What to do in Louth
Stunning 5 star three bedroom townhouse
Keyed Entry Parking
Kitchen, Dining Room, Lounge, Office
Spa Bath + Shower Room
5 Star Self Catering for a
family of 6 or 7
5 minutes walk from All Seasons Holidays this The
cinema first opened it's doors to the film viewing public in the
Great care was taken to preserve the architectural delights of
the 1935 improvements.
This cinema still has an interlude with icecream.
Performances are most afternoons and evenings at
around 2pm and 7.30pm
The front elevation and staircase in particular
there is access and facilities for the disabled.
Playhouse Cinema, Cannon
Louth Film Club screens classic and foreign films, the club was
set up in 2005.
Screenings are at Louth Playhouse Cinema, in Cannon Street,
fortnightly on Mondays at 7.30pm.
Membership is open to everyone
aged 18 or over.
Members meet in the Masons Hotel afterwards to
talk about films and put the world to rights!
Admission price: £5 for non members at the
door, £3 for members (£9 membership).
Telephone: 01507 607677
A wide range of activities are available at Covenham including
Sailing, Windsurfing, Waterskiing, Kayaking, Sub Aqua, Training.
Covenham Reservoir has a total water area of 218 acres, accessed via
a slipway and floating pontoons.
There is a modern, purpose-built clubhouse with a bar,
well-equipped changing rooms with hot showers, large and small
Outside, there is a walk round the perimeter of the reservoir,
car park, boat storage areas, grass areas for windsurf rigging and a
Reservoir, Firebeacon Lane,Covenham Saint Mary, Lincolnshire LN11
Everett. 01472 828344
Brook House Farm is a BHS approved riding school and
Our B.H.S.A.I qualified instructors supervise all
riding activities and liveries,
and we are insured for all riders aged 4 and over.
We offer lessons,
hacks and full,
part or working livery,
grass and D.I.Y.
We are situated
in the heart of the Lincolnshire
Wolds at Scamblesby,
a small village just off the main A153 Horncastle to Louth road.
If you would like to know more then call us.
House Farm Watery Lane . Scamblesby . Louth .
Lincs . LN11 9XL
Telephone 01507 - 343244
Situated in an area
of outstanding natural beauty bordering Hubbard's Hills, Louth Golf
Club offers a challenging 6,430 yard 18 hole parkland course.
Complemented by a period clubhouse, putting green and practice areas,
Louth Golf Club provides excellent facilities for both members and
Lincolnshire LN11 9LJ
Telephone 01507 603681
Fax 01507 608501
Tel: 01507 358331
Thorpe Vale Fisheries,Thorpe - Le - Vale,
Telephone 01472 316828
Fishing Tackle Shop
Tel: 01507 602149
Louth and the
Lincolnshire Wolds offer fantastic walking country - from open
hilltops to sheltered valleys with hidden villages. There are
footpaths, bridleways and quiet country lanes to explore. Many
footpaths criss-cross the countryside as they do in most of Britain
but to make life easy for the visitor specially defined walks have
from the market towns of Louth or Market Rasen
from Belchford, Fulletby, Nettleton or South Thoresby
Walks along the
canal starting from Louth
cycling provides the best way to explore Louth and the
Lincolnshire Wolds, following either with a map
discovering your own route or perhaps one of the waymarked
Lindsey District Council have a series of '3 Towns
Cycling' leaflets available by contacting the Tourism
County Council has
produced a new cycling map for the North Wolds and coastal area.
This map has been produced to enable cyclists to find and enjoy
the network of lanes, attractions and cycle facilities in the
area. To pick up copies, pop into a tourist information centre.
For more information please contact LCC on 01507 327771.
5 minutes walk from All Seasons Holidays this new
theatre is a delight. Productions regularly at least every month with local playgoers and
also a number of celebrity 1 night events. Well worth a visit and very
Playgoers, Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road, Louth Lincolnshire LN11
Telephone: 01507 600350
(10am - 1pm)
Box Office 01507 600350
Lincs Bird Club
Dipper at Hubbard's Hills, Louth
to Watch Birds in Lincolnshire.
Coastal stretch of sandy/muddy shores,
dunes and marsh.Car park fee. Some areas restricted.
Facilities: Visitor centre and field station. Hides and nature
Features: Best known as a
migration watch point when large numbers of birds, including rarer
species, pass through. Observatory and ringing station. Little Terns,
Ringed Plover, Redshank
and Lapwing breed.
Park Golf Club Louth
Kenwick Park Golf Course is one of the most
attractive golf settings in the area.
Situated on the edge of
Lincolnshire Woods, with panoramic views, Kenwick Park golf course was
opened in 1982. Featuring a mixture of holes constructed in mature
parkland and woodland, the course is complemented by a network of
lakes that are a haven for wildlife and errant golf balls.
From the back tees the Kenwick Park Hotel course presents a challenge to the expert golfer. The
normal tees are less daunting, but the course can be set up for all
standards of player.
The Clubhouse has been created from a 19th Century
Coach House and Stable Block.
A full range of snack and
restaurant-standard food is available.
Kenwick Park Golf Club
Kenwick Park Hotel, Kenwick Park,
Cadwell Park is one of British motorsport's
best-kept secrets, despite the fact it has hosted car, bike and kart
races since its creation.
Cadwell Park is a combination of long fast curves and some very
tricky tight bends, hills with a nasty hairpin. Cadwell Parks track can be
split into two main sections, the section from Coppice through to
Chris Curve (Club Circuit) is fairly simple but the section from
Gooseneck through to Barn requires a lot of concentration, a lot of
accidents occur at this section.
Cadwell Park Circuit
Lincolnshire LN11 9SE
Tel: 01507 343248
Fax: 01507 343519
Park Unofficial Website