Louth

The lovely market town of Louth is the unofficial capital of Lincolnshire’s Wolds, with a wealth of Georgian architecture plus a 15th century church and the remains of a Norman abbey, its canal providing some pleasing waterside, and lots of independent shops... Read More

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Priory Hotel (The)

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 | Double Room: From £30 | visit website
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Beaumont Hotel

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 | Double Room: £85 - £90
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Brackenborough Hotel

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

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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The Pack Horse

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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