Estate Office CL
South Elkington, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 0RYView on map
Why stay here ...
A quiet, secluded site in the parkland of an old house called Elkington Hall which was built in 1842 by William Smyth, whose family can be traced back to the 14th century. The house was a large, rather plain building, its most notable feature being its tower. It was demolished in 1960's. This CL now offers a spacious site, with well-tended level and grassy pitches. Hard-standing pitches are also available.
Set in the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ANOB), a place of rolling chalk hills, hidden valleys and fine views.
Louth, known as the capital of the Wolds, is a charming market town with narrow winding streets, old inns, splendid Georgian houses and St James Church which provides a backdrop to this popular town. It is also famous for its butchers, Lincolnshire sausage, stuffed chine, and pork pies. Louth has a market every Wednesday and Saturday and offers a variety of entertainment at the Playgoers Riverhead Theatre and the Playhouse Cinema.
If you enjoy walking there are plenty of dog friendly walks from the site (leaflet in the hut), and Louth is 2.5 miles away across the fields or on the pavement.
Electric amperage: 10
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