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County - Lincolnshire | Map
Tel code: 01507 | code search
Postcode: LN11 | code search
Population: 15000
Council: East Lindsey District
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The Pack Horse
"Today my friend and I visited The Packhorse in Louth and ordered a meal off the specials board. The meal cost £7 95 each for a Ceaser salad ..." More

Louth Family Dental Practice
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Louth Family Dental Practice
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Louth is a pretty Market town ‘Capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds’ where many buildings date back to the 17th and 18th Century, the oldest streets in the town are East Gate and Westgate, and Louth bridges two different Hemispheres as the Greenwich Meridian Line passes through here. The Museum has interesting Medieval and Roman artefacts, and the church a dominating spire soaring to 295’, St James, built in the 15th Century is the tallest Medieval spire in the country. The area is ideal for explorers whether on foot or cycle or how about a journey on a steam locomotive, the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway is close by and gives the traveller an insight into the glorious age of steam travel. Or perhaps the great outdoors beckons, the wonders of Mother Nature is definitely at her finest at Hubbards Hills, where the beautiful Ravine and Riverside walks along the banks of the River Lud will lift any spirit, or there is always Rushmoor Country Park set in 5 acres of grounds with rare birds and a fragrant herb garden what more could be wished for, perhaps Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe Dunes on Lincolnshire’s coast , the evocative setting of Dunes and Meadows with Nature trails that share flowers and even the sea. Or if the roar of racing cars hurtling around a track is more for you, Cadwell Park, is a picturesque motor Circuit, for theatre lovers why not try the state of the art River Head Theatre where Opera, Music, Dance and Drama are definitely top of the bill. For artists and photographers the challenge of capturing the beguiling setting at Claythorpe Watermill and Wildfowl Gardens is a real one, with the Mill reflecting in the water and the stunning setting where 500 birds wander freely, why not pic nic in the ‘enchanted woods’…….perfect.

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Chattertons
Forrester Boyd
M J R Financial Services

Association

British Herb Trade Association

Attraction

Rushmoor Country Park & Lincolnshire Rare Breed Poultry

Camping

Lakeside Park
Three Horseshoes Public House (The)

Care Home

The Elms Care Home

Church

St James

Classes

Dance - Julie Stevens School of Dance

Club

Samuels Nightclub

Cottage

Fern Lodge at Kenwick Estate
Fiddledrill Barn
Garth Cottage
Marris Cottage
The Old School House
Valley Farm Cottage

Council

East Lindsey District Council

Dentist

Broadbank Dental Practice
Eastgate House Dental Surgery

Louth Family Dental Practice

Doctor

James Street Family Practice
Marsh Medical Practice
Newmarket Medical Practice
The Surgery
The Surgery North Somercotes

Estate Agent

Dickinson Davy & Markham
Halifax Property Services
Peter Mountain & Bacons
Philip Stevens

Farmers Market

Louth Farmers Market

Golf Club

Louth

Holiday Park

Kenwick Woods
Lakeside Holiday Park

Inn

The Pack Horse

Market

Grimoldby Cricket Club Car Boot
Louth Farmers Market
Louth Market
Monks Park Residents Association Car Boot
New Inn Saltfleet Car Boot

Performing Arts

The Dave Pearce Orchestra

Pub and Bar

Golden Fleece
Lord Tennison
Masons Arms
New Inn
Newmarket Inn
Plough Inn
Queenshead Inn
Ye Olde Whyte Swanne

Restaurant

Antalya Restaurant
Cristobels Bistro
Lord Tennison
Masons Arms
Mill House
New Inn
Old Warehouse
Priory Hotel (The)
Queenshead Inn
Via Italia

School

King Edward VI Grammar School

Self-Catering

All Seasons
Fern Lodge at Kenwick Estate
Kenwick Woods
Number Nine

Solicitor

Wilkin Chapman

Taxi

Acorn Taxis
Burtys Taxis
Danny's Taxis
Elite Taxis
Garry Taxis
Marsh Villages Taxi services

Vet

Black Sheep Vets

Sports Clubs

Legbourne CC (Cricket)

Shops

The Oasis
Boots
Rymans
Wyevale Garden Centre
Potty About Pets Ltd
Jackeline's Pet Shop
Louth Wholefood Co-Op

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Wolds Organic Foods Ltd
Louth Vision Centre
Dianas Shoes Of Louth
Cameo Shoes
Doug Taylor Photography
Carphone Warehouse
For Yours Walls
Thorntons
Peacocks
Louth Glazing Services
Hallmark Cards

Antiques

The Old Maltings Antique Centre
The Maltings
The Old Maltings Antique Centre
The Antique Bureau

Activities

Raileisure Limited(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Louth

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The Pack Horse (0.23 miles)

The Pack Horse
A Newly refurbished hotel to a high standard offering contemporary styled bedrooms and designer bathrooms, A 17th Century Hotel in the centre of Louth town the Pack Horse used to be the stopping off point ... More | visit website
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All Seasons (0.28 miles)

All Seasons

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The Georgian Conservation of Louth is just 15 minutes from Grimsby and 25 miles from Lincoln. This Grade 2 listed Heritage Property was built in 1784 with views of Louth ... More

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Number Nine (0.35 miles)

Number Nine

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Just a five minute stroll from the heart of one of Lincolnshire's prettiest market towns, this elegant, end of row Georgian property offers a truly charming holiday ... More

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Priory Hotel (The) (0.47 miles)

Priory Hotel (The)
The Priory Hotel is a beautiful Grade II listed building, built by Thomas Espin, FSA in 1818 in a "Victorian Gothic" style. It was Mr Espin's dream to build his home in a country ... More | visit website
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Beaumont Hotel (0.65 miles)

Beaumont Hotel

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Tina and Nick Cooper welcome you to the Beaumont Hotel. Our small, friendly hotel located in a residential area close to the centre of Louth is ideal for business meetings, conferences and ... More
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Brackenborough Hotel (1.62 miles)

Brackenborough Hotel

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Already a favourite with those in the know, the Brackenborough Hotel is set in an idyllic location just outside the historic town of Louth in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
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Kenwick Park Hotel (2.54 miles)

Kenwick Park Hotel

Approached via a magnificent avenue of broadleaf trees, this hotel has been created by carefully converting and extending the imposing, Georgian-style Kenwick Hall. The hotel is situated off the A157, just 5 minutes away from the ... More | visit website

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Wickham House (6.76 miles)

Wickham House
Wickham House dates from the 17th Century and retains all its old world charm. The house and grounds are sheltered by trees in a quiet lane, the cottage is surrounded by its own gardens and ... More
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Hall Farm Hotel (9.64 miles)

Hall Farm Hotel

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Hall Farm Hotel and Restaurant is a superb example of a boutique hotel. 8 stunning bedrooms all completely individual in style and feel. Built from old farm buildings to create ... More

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St Andrew's Church (10.41 miles)

St Andrew

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Dating from AD 806 according to the Domesday survey of 1086, this unique property was once the resting place of monks and Knights Templar who fought in ... More

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