Gibraltar Point is one of Lincolnshire’s wildest landscapes. Covering over 1000 acres of pristine coastline, it is recognised as an area of international importance for wildlife.
The café is within the Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre where you can also watch wildlife from the comfort of the Look-Out, browse the gift shop and explore the Wild Coast Exhibition.
During December and over the Christmas period, the Point Café will be serving traditional Christmas lunches as well as warming winter dishes such as:
- Farmhouse Venison Pie
- Belly Pork and Red cabbage
- Pheasant Casserole in Red wine and Brandy
- Beery Lincoln Red Beef with Crusty topping
- Chicken and Apple Cheese Bake
- Stilton and Walnut Tartlets
- Potato and Spinach Gratin
All served with seasonal vegetables. Prices start at £5.95
December’s Special offers include:
- All coffees and tea served with a free mini Mince Pie until the end of December.
- Two meals from the 'Specials Board' for £10.
- Tea/Filter Coffee with Homemade Scone or Teacake for £2.50.
- Tea/Filter Coffee with any choice of Homemade Cake for £2.75
Visitor Centre and Point Café Christmas 2010 Opening Times
- 22, 23 December: 11am to 3pm
- 24, 25 December: CLOSED
- 26 December: 12pm to 3pm
- 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 December: 11am to 3pm
- 1 January: 12pm to 3pm
- 2 January: 11am to 4pm
- All other weekdays: 11am to 3pm
- All other weekends: 11am to 4pm
Please note: During very bad weather, the visitor centre and cafe may close early. Please be aware that on occasions after severe weather the car park may be icy.
How to find us: Gibraltar Point on the Lincolnshire coast about three miles south of Skegness. Follow the brown tourist signs through the town onto Gibraltar Road. Continue along the road and over a hump until to see the visitor centre in front of you.