picturesque market town with delicious local food and interesting history

Enjoy a relaxing day out in Louth, explore the magnificent Georgian and Victorian architecture, shop fine local produce at the local markets and explore the vast array of independent retailers, with around 70% of businesses independently owned in the town.

Louth is known to be a foodie's haven with its specialist grocers, and local butchers, Meridian Meats who have won numerous awards. It is also home to The Cheese Shop, which has gained nationwide recognition, including in The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, and appeared on The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain.

If getting out into nature is more your thing - why not take a trip just a short distance from the town to Hubbard's Hills? This steep-sided chalk valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is ideal for a free day out for all the family.


Hubbard's Hills

Hubbard's Hills is An Area of Natural Beauty, directly west of Louth. This beautiful green space that has maintained it's rural charm and is free to visit and very popular for picnics and dog walking.

food & drink

Baci & Co

Baci & Co are a true artisan Gelato parlour using only natural ingredients. They can make hundreds of different flavour combinations but only have twelve fresh options at a time in the display cabinet, these are rotated so the varieties will never be the same as the last.

Baci & Co Fresh Gelato


Louth is conveniently located less than an hour away by car from both Lincolnshire's Coast and the historic City of Lincoln, making Louth the perfect place to stay for those wishing to visit the coast or the city. 

Cadwell Park


Cadwell Park

Discover one of the best motor cycling circuits in the UK just 10 miles north of Horncastle and 5 miles south of Louth.

more about the Wolds

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Lincolnshire Wolds