Saltfleet is a coastal village in the county of Lincolnshire, England. Situated approximately eight miles north of Mablethorpe and 11 miles east of Louth, the village had a population of 523 at the 2001 Census.
As well as the Mill the village contains two old public houses, one the New Inn is listed as being of archaeological interest and is several centuries old.
Opposite the New Inn is the Manor House built in 1511 although some parts are believed to date back to 1347, the house is steeped in history, Oliver Cromwell is thought to have stayed there before the battle of Winceby, and what is thought to be the first example of wallpaper was found in the bed room that he slept in, a sample of which is now at the V & A museum in London. Lincolnshire Life have published several articles about the building and its former occupants, as indeed have many writers on historic or interesting old buildings.
Adjacent to the Manor house is an old Methodist chapel.
Saltfleet is surrounded by quiet countryside, the sea and a local nature reserve are close by.
There is also a shop and petrol station.