Marigold Cottage Garden


Our half-acre garden has evolved in the last 38 years from a blank canvas. We are situated two minutes walk from the North Sea, on heavy clay soil, both which have provided challenges. The garden is divided into borders interwoven by a network of paths. There are influences from our many years living in the Far East, but essentially we are a cottage garden with a large kitchen garden and attached plant nursery.

We are open all year round for plant sales. Between March and October we open daily 2pm - 4pm
Groups of any size are welcome, and on these occasions we can provide home-made teas.
The History of Marigold Cottage

This website gives links to thirteen gardens open regularly in the county.

This website has the latest information on 'Yellow Book' openings and how to book a visit during these unusual circumstances.



This link gives you the latest information information on opening times and how to book a visit.
Evolution of our ownership
Self-catering cottage
About us
Lincolnshire Open Gardens
National Garden Scheme Lincolnshire
Gunby Hall Gardens
Visiting
Plants for Sale
I love propagating the plants that grow well in my Lincolnshire garden. Although we live by the sea, our soil is heavy clay and neutral to alkaline. I have a large selection of perennials, shrubs, succulents and alpines.
Stephanie Lee and John Raby
Marigold Cottage
Hotchin Road
Lincolnshire
LN12 2NP
Telephone: 01507 442151
email address: marigoldlee@btinternet.com
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From Skegness (A52)
Between Sandilands and Sutton-on-Sea, turn right after the church with the leaning tower onto Church Lane. After 100 metres, Church Lane becomes Hotchin Road. Just after Hillside Avenue (on the left) and before Beachside (also on the left), Marigold Cottage is an older house on the right opposite bungalows Nos. 10 and 12.
From Alford (A111)
On entering Sutton-on-Sea, at the roundabout take the second exit onto the A52 towards Skegness. Just before the church with the leaning tower on the left, turn left onto Church Lane. After 100 metres, Church Lane becomes Hotchin Road. Just after Hillside Avenue (on the left) and before Beachside (also on the left), Marigold Cottage is an older house on the right opposite bungalows Nos. 10 and 12.
From Mablethorpe (A52)
Enter Sutton-on-Sea from Trusthorpe and just after the Pelican Crossing where the road turns inland, take the first left between Squires Furnishings and the Cornerhouse Cafe. Follow this road past the public toilets (on the left) and along Furlongs Road with the sand dunes on the left and the playing field on the right. The road (now Hotchin Road) swings away from the sandunes and Marigold Cottage is the second house on the left between Beachside and Hillside Avenue opposite bungalows Nos. 10 and 12.


To see a map of Sutton-on-Sea centered on Marigold Cottage and Hotchin Road, type the postcode LN12 2NP into http://www.multimap.com. If using in-car satellite navigation, navigate to LN12 2NP.
How to find Marigold Cottage
Parking is available on Hotchin Road. There are no parking restrictions.
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