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Biscathorpe Road, Biscathorpe, Louth, LN11 9RA

Lincolnshire Wolds Mist

Area Guide

Biscathorpe is set in the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a small hamlet consisting of only six properties, nestling approximately 90 metres above sea level.

The area is excellent for walkers, cyclists and horse riders; running past the cottage is The Viking Way pubic footpath along with the newly formed Lindsey Trail, for cyclists, horse-riders and carriage drivers. There are lots of quiet country lanes and villages walk or ride to. (NB: We can provide safe and secure storage for your bicycles and carriages)

7 miles to the West is the historic market town of Louth (also known as the Capital of the Wolds), voted the Best in the Country by the BBC’s Countryfile (2012) and boasting a plethora of thriving independent shops, many selling the famous Lincolnshire local foods and drink. Take in the views of Louth from the tallest parish spire in Britain. Louth also has the last Livestock market in Lincolnshire, the market is held every Thursday and is an excellent place to catch and feel the local culture.

12 miles South is Horncastle, for all you antiques lovers. Horncastle also has a market, on a Thursday and Saturday.

All the local towns and many of the villages offer a wide variety of good quality restaurants and pubs. Play golf at any one of a number of varied and interesting courses: Louth, Kenwick, Horncastle, Woodhall & Woodthorpe to name a few. Cadwell Park, the famous racing circuit, is also within very easy reach, as is Market Rasen Racecourse. The village of Woodhall Spa is situated just beyond Horncastle, with its world class golf course and wonderful old ‘picture house’, Kinema in the Woods, where cinema goers are often treated to a mini concert on the Compton Kinestra organ during the intermission.

20 miles West of us is Lincoln, with all its roman splendour and beautiful cathedral quarter, there’s the Cathedral and Castle and many other sites of interest here.

The traditional seaside towns of Skegness, Cleethorpes and Sutton on Sea are only half an hour away. The Lincolnshire Coast is also renowned for its wide open spaces, beaches, nature and seal reserves. such as Donna Nook and Gibraltar Point. Also visit Hemswell Antiques Centre, Doddington Hall near Lincoln, the National Trust’s Gunby Hall or the Fishing Heritage Museum in Grimsby.

Church Cottage is also conveniently within reach of, Stamford, Newark, Nottingham, Rutland Water, and over the Humber Bridge, Beverley, York, Hull and Scarborough.

Exciting Events & Festivals

Lincolnshire holds various different events and festivals over the course of a year. Some are highlighted (with links to the websites) below. You may also wish to look at the Visit Lincolnshire website for further events.