Travelling to Mablethorpe and the surrounding villages couldn’t be easier, whether you’re driving or travelling by coach or train! We have good public transport links to other areas of Lincolnshire, with two train stations within a bus ride away. Mablethorpe is also home to several taxi companies that are happy to take you to where you need to be.
Train stations near Mablethorpe
There are two train stations within a 30-mile drive of Mablethorpe, making travel from Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire to the East Coast simple. If you are planning a trip to Mablethorpe via train, please remember to check bus times from either Skegness or Grimsby to Mablethorpe. See below for more details.
Skegness Train Station
The Skegness Train Station offers regular trains to and from Nottingham, provided by East Midlands Railway. This trip takes just over 2 hours and will place you right in the centre of Skegness. Just outside of the station is a taxi rank, and located to the rear of the station is the Bus Station (See below for more information on buses).
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Grimsby Train Station
Grimsby Train Station offers regular trains to and from Manchester, Cleethorpes, and Barton-upon-Humber, amongst others, provided by Northern Railway. Grimsby has great connection links to most of Lincolnshire, with buses running from Grimsby to Mablethorpe (via the town of Louth) a number of times a day.
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Buses and coaches to Mablethorpe
Details on travelling to Mablethorpe by bus or coach will be coming shortly. Please check back soon!
Travelling around Mablethorpe
Mablethorpe provides a number of services and options to help you travel in and around the local area, whether you’re looking at travelling just into town, or over to Sutton on Sea for a day out.
Mablethorpe’s land train, “Landy” operates throughout the summer months and provides an enjoyable trip from the Seal Sanctuary, down to the main entrance of the beach in town.
The train stops off at various caravan parks and points of interest along its journey at regular 20-30 minute intervals. Rides are just £2 per person and under 3’s ride for free. This service is both disabled and dog friendly.
Please come back soon to find information on the local taxi services operating in our area.
Wheelchairs & Mobility Scooters
During your visit to the seaside in Mablethorpe, you’ll find many of the local businesses and areas are wheelchair friendly. If you need any mobility services such as a scooter or wheelchair rental, please visit one of the below businesses, that offer a fantastic service.
Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea offer fantastic parking facilities throughout the year, providing easy access to the town centre and the beach. Check out the best places to park, and any need-to-know restrictions and costs over on our Cark Parks page.