Sea Lodge stands in half an acre of private garden on the East Coast of Lincolnshire. It is built on the West dune ridge which dates back more than 300 years and the land extends Eastwards
to a dune ridge some 120 years old.
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SEA  LODGE
"Nature by the Sea"
DETAILS OF WILDLIFE VISITING SEA LODGE
MANAGEMENT OF WILDLIFE GARDEN
PHOTOGRAPHS
View from 'lookout' to N.E.
View of rear 'oriental garden'
View from 'lookout' across saltmarsh
This page was last updated on: 2 February, 2015
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Dune path leading to 'lookout'
Final climb to 'lookout'
Recovered drift wood
'Lookout'
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View of wildlife garden, West towards property
Interpretation board on NNR boundary
Links to UK gardening related websites plus heaps of links and tips
A 'lookout' has been built on the dune ridge at the Eastern end of the garden and gives extensive views across the Wash to the Norfolk coast some 13 miles away.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SEA LODGE AND ITS FORMAL GARDEN
The garden surrounding the property is traditional
with the rear having an oriental theme.
The portion to the East is a wildlife garden and adjoins a mature saltmarsh and dune system which is designated a 'Site of Special Scientific Interest'(SSSI).
At an executive board meeting in March 2004 East Lindsey Districrict Council members agreed that this 276 acres of land should be earmarked for wildlife protection and become a new nature reserve. (LNR)
Beyond the marsh is a further dune ridge some 60 years old and beyond that the sea.  (See map)

               (For more details visit
                Seacroft Marsh website)



About half a mile to the South is the National Nature Reserve (NNR) of
'Gibraltar Point'
whose1200 acres contain the most extensive sand dunes on the Lincolnshire Coast.
View of front garden