Wainfleet is an ancient port and market town on the east coast of Lincolnshire - now a great place for holidays - a good base for visiting Skegness and the Coast.
Wainfleet stands on the Steeping River. The local section is known as the ’Haven’, or safe harbour. Wainfleet is famous for Magdalen College, Barkham Street and Batemans Beer.
On the bank of the Haven sits Batemans Brewery which supplies its “Good Honest Ales” to Lincolnshire and many other parts of the world.
Wainfleet has a long history and two main historic sites - the Magdalen College, built by William of Wayneflete in the 16th century and Barkham Street - a striking 19th century street of victorian town houses.