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Welcome to Louth

Louth is a small, historic market town in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, known for its thriving local agriculture, and its locally-sourced butchers, grocers, bakeries, and open-air markets. It's marked by the towering spire of St James' Church, its ancient, grey stone contrasted by red bricks of Victorian homes in the area. The town is close to Hubbard's Hills, a beautiful rural area of Lincolnshire that's perfect for picnics and long, tranquil walks.

Reasons you'll love Lincolnshire

A large county hugging the eastern coast of England, Lincolnshire is a unique melting pot of bucolic English countryside and historical intrigue. Lincoln is home to some of the oldest buildings in the UK, and an original copy of the Magna Carta. This ancient city, and the many charming towns scattered through the countryside around it, also play host to a number of interesting festivals, such as the Lincolnshire Lost Village Festival, the Lincolnshire Sausage Festival, and more.

See the awe-inspiring Lincoln Cathedral

One of the finest examples of gothic architecture in Europe, Lincoln Cathedral also ranks among Lincolnshire's proudest historical attractions. Though its size alone is impressive enough, the smaller details of the cathedral are just as impressive, with the walls full of intricate, medieval carvings. The cathedral is also home to one of four surviving copies of the Magna Carta, one of the most important political documents in English history.

Planning a trip to Louth? Travelodge Lincoln Thorpe on the Hill Hotel is just under an hour away by car.