historic market town on the Viking Way with Roman heritage
Situated at the northern edge of the Wolds, the town of Caistor is popular with walkers with the Viking Way running through the town.
This picturesque town is rich in history dating back to Roman times and was a hill fort for early Britons and is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument. There are also 56 listed buildings in the town centre offering a range of unique architecture.
The Sypher Spring on Fountain Street is also one of many natural springs in Caistor. It is enclosed by high brick walls on two sides and is a well cared for local feature.
Nearby you can find the villages of Nettleton, with its Ironstone mining history, Claxby and Grasby. There are a number of fishing lakes plus a wide range of events that take place throughout the year
The Multi-Award Winning Leisure Park set within the idyllic Lincolnshire Wolds. Guests can enjoy 3 very disciplined well stocked fishing lakes and a Platinum Multi-Award Winning Restaurant, Bistro, Bar and Grill.
things to do
Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre
A beautiful conversion of a former Methodist chapel; cakes, afternoon tea and lunches are served in the cafe and on the sunny terrace.