Cleethorpes 3 miles.
A delightful and quirky 1930’s chalet, Tutti Frutti is situated in a conservation area at the quiet end of the unique Humberston Fitties Chalet Park, just a hop and a skip from the beach.
Tucked behind the sand dunes with direct access to long golden sands, it is the perfect place for families to enjoy a traditional bucket and spade seaside holiday or a bolthole for those in search of a cosy coastal retreat.
Lovingly renovated, the interior is bright and spacious for open plan living.
The white painted floors and eclectic mix of furniture give a beach feel throughout.
Wide windows throw in lots of light and offer uninterrupted views across the dunes.
The dining area has a large dining table, warming multi-fuel stove and oversized armchair for a quiet read.
Outside, the enclosed wrap-around lawned garden, provides a safe and peaceful spot to sit and relax in the sunshine while the children play.
A few steps to the sand dunes brings you to the beautiful sands where adventures begin; building sandcastles, beachcombing and paddling in the sea.
The vast RSPB Tetney Marshes Nature Reserve is a stone’s throw away for long walks over coastal marshes under huge Lincolnshire skies and the Guardian have recently voted Humberston Fitties beach as one of their top 10 seaside locations in the U.K.
Cleethorpes is an easy cycle ride or 5 minute drive away and offers plenty of amenities, including cafes, boutiques, cinema, famous fish and chips, seaside stalls, donkey rides and old fashioned amusements as well as long promenades with ornamental gardens and a pier.
Take a trip to nearby Donna Nook seal sanctuary, or on a rainy day enjoy a visit to The Deep Marine Aquarium at Hull.
For seaside and fun, candy-floss and sticks of rock, this jolly chalet will ensure a memorable family holiday.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with multi-fuel stove. Please note that heating and radiators are heated by the stove back boiler. Owner supplys coal and one bag of logs per week.