This village and parish is 5 miles east of Alford, 14 miles south-east of Louth and about 13 miles north-east of Spilsby. The parish borders the North Sea, while the village lies over a mile inland. Anderby and Mumby parishes lie to the south and Sutton on Sea to the north. The parish occupies about 3,500 acres of land.
The village sits on a low hill overlooking the surrounding salt marshes. If you are planning a visit:
- The A52 trunk road passes through the heart of the village as it makes it way north to Mablethorpe.
- Visit the Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary at Bridge House Farm on Alford Road.
- Birdwatching is also popular in the area.
- Huttoft Bank Pit is protected by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.
- Camping is available at nearby: Cherry Tree Site, Cherry Tree Cottage, Huttoft Rd, Sutton, Lincolnshire, LN12 2RU.
- See our touring page for more sources.
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administrative areas in which Huttoft has been placed at times in the past. Select one to see a link to a map of that particular area.
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