Come to Cadwell Park
Boasting the proud nickname �mini N�rburgring�, Cadwell Park has been one of Britain's premier motorsport venues for more than 80 years, and today holds a special place in the hearts of racing veterans and newcomers alike. The varied, meandering track, which cuts through woodland and open field, has attracted a number of prestigious club car events that run throughout the year, including the Sports Car Club's Wolds Trophy, and the Vintage Sports Car Club Festival, along with two vintage motorcycle events.
Why you'll love Louth
A short way inland from the east coast of Lincolnshire, Louth is the capital of the Wolds, marked by the 295 ft-high St James' Spire. The town itself is a major settlement in a flourishing agricultural area, and has built a reputation through the award-winning grocers, butchers, bakeries, and traditional markets. At the edge of town, you'll find Hubbard's Hills, a staggeringly beautiful valley and a wonderful place to wander around or have a picnic.
All aboard the Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway
One of Lincolnshire's most beloved tourist attractions, the Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway has been delighting the young and the old, locals and visitors alike, since 1948. Climb aboard one of its lovingly-kept locomotives, sit back, and enjoy a four-mile return journey along the coast of Humberside, stopping for a refreshing drink at the Signal Box Inn.
Planning a trip to Cadwell Park? Travelodge Lincoln Thorpe on the Hill is just under an hour away by car, and Travelodge Retford Markham Moor Hotel can be reached in just over an hour.