Both of our caravans are situated at a new development on the Grange Leisure Park, a five-minute car journey from the Mablethorpe town centre.

The holiday park has been recently up graded with new amenities being added. The Park has its own 9-hole golf course, fishing lakes and children’s play area.

The complex now incorporates a large shop, café, amusement arcade, bar/restaurant and an entertainment centre with live acts throughout the season.

Delia’s hide-away

A very comfortable caravan for up to 5 people with full gas mains central heating. It has a double bedroom with tv, 1 twin bedroom, 1 single bedroom, a separate toilet, bathroom with walk in shower, a large fully equipped kitchen, dining area and large lounge with tv. The lounge has patio doors that open on to the large patio area.

It has a fully accessible ramped decking area with a lovely large patio area which allows a spectacular view of the sun setting in the evening.
Although this caravan has ramped access the interior of the caravan isn’t wheelchair accessible.

Maria’s hide-away

This newly acquired fully accessible caravan now gives us the ability to offer holidays to people who use a wheelchair for mobility and with the addition of a double bed we can accommodate up to 5 people.

It is equipped with full gas mains central heating. It has a large bedroom with one double and one single bed, 1 twin bedroom, a separate large wet room and toilet, large fully equipped kitchen with low worktops, a dining area and large lounge with tv.

It has a fully accessible ramped decking area, that overlooks the lake, fields and trees, nothing better than watching the spectacular sunsets whilst relaxing on the large raised patio area at the back of the caravan.

Beach Huts

When taking a holiday with me&dee, each family receives their very own private beach hut for the week, which has electricity and running water, giving the families a safe-haven when they visit the beach.

Located on the promenade at Queens Park, these beach huts are newly built by the local council and we have been able to purchase them through the generosity of people fundraising and a Lottery grant.

They are fully equipped with chairs and table, buckets, spades and toys as well as a fridge and kettle, giving the family that total independence to spend time together and make some footprints in the sand.

Eating and drinking at the beach hut

A short walk along the prom are our good friends Simon and Sally at the Bucket & Spade café, they look after our families and are open early until late during the summer season, a lovely place to have a cuppa and a bite to eat.

Fun at Queens Park

Behind the beach huts is Queens Park, a safe place for kids and adults alike to have some fun. A lovely enclosed paddling pool, boating lake, flat green bowls, pitch and putt, crazy golf and toilet facilities.

Proud of the memories we make

"We cannot thank you enough for giving us a week of peace,
laughter, and putting our family on a much needed even keel together."