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Traditional holiday cottages in picturesque Louth, Lincolnshire
The typical houses in Louth are brick farming cottages, originally built for the farming community. All houses have a lovely cosy and homely feel.
A must for foodies
Louth prides itself on having 70% of the shops owned by independent retailers and this is reflected in the quality of the produce you can buy. There is a range of butchers and greengrocers providing the freshest fruit and vegetables and a wide variety of different cuts of meat.
If you’d rather eat in with your family or friends, it’s lovely to shop traditionally rather than visiting a big, stressful supermarket. You can take some prize-winning beef back to your holiday accommodation and cook a delicious roast dinner.
Situated on the edge of Louth are Hubbard’s Hills, another AONB. This is a perfect place to take a picnic and is also dog-friendly. There are often seasonal events on the hills that are suitable for children, such as the teddy bear’s picnic.
The landscape of the hills changes throughout the seasons and the area is really popular with bird watchers. Just bring your binoculars and see what you can spot souring above the Wolds.
Walking and rambling in Lincolnshire
If you're an experienced hiker or just fancy a stroll, Louth is built at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds and are perfect for a holiday. You can walk the main public footpaths or veer off the beaten track. It’s surprising how hilly it is. When you stay in a traditional farming holiday cottage, you get a real sense of the rich history of the area.
The Wolds are an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and has plenty of wildlife to spot. Walking along the edge of the network of chalk streams that run through the area, and you'll be surprised at how clear the water is. There are many rare and endangered plant species to spot too.
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