This beautiful Georgian market town is a gastro delight for ‘foodies’
Hailed by TV Chef’s The Hairy Bikers as a “food mecca”, Louth is one of the UK’s best-loved foodie hot-spots and certainly not to be missed.
Visit the bustling weekly markets and sample some of Lincolnshire’s finest produce, selling everything from speciality cheeses through to Lincolnshire Plum Loaf.
If you can’t visit on a market day, you will not be disappointed. Louth has such a lot of fabulous food shops to explore, including butchers, bakers, fishmongers, greengrocers and a cheese shop.
Whether you have a passion for shopping or an interest in history, this charming market town offers an array of attractions and activities: from the stunning St James’ Church sporting the tallest parish spire in the country, to the shopping area dotted with countless inns, cafes and magnificent Georgian and Victorian houses.
Spout Yard is a great sun-trap park complete with an outdoor theatre, children’s play area and picnic tables. There is also a purpose built art gallery and exhibitions of local artists run throughout the year.
Just beyond the town lies Hubbard’s Hills, a steep-sided chalk valley; perfect for walking or an ideal spot for a picnic.