Happyford CL

93 Horncastle Road, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 9QT

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  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

We, Doug and Louise Home are the proud owners of Happyford CL.

This adult only site offers a choice of 1 grass and 5 hardstanding pitches and has the benefit of 16 amp electric hook-ups. It boasts uninterrupted views of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, yet is only a 10-15 minute stroll from Louth town centre. Louth is known as the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an historic market town on the Greenwich Meridian line, a small plaque in Eastgate marks the line.

We are open all the year round for you to enjoy our campsite, the town and our surrounding area.

Louth is acknowledged as one of the UK's foodie 'hot spots', with a wide range of pubs, restaurants, cafes and takeaways, all within walking distance of the CL site. Louth Market is held every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, which offers Lincolnshire's finest produce.

St James' Church, which has the tallest parish spire in the country, is well worth a visit. Very friendly, knowledgeable guides are available at certain times of the day to give you a talk and tour of the church. Listen out for the Peregrin falcons which nest in the spire every year.

For the walkers, within a 15 minute walk there is Hubbard's Hills, a superb area of natural parkland, a perfect place for walking dogs. There are many more walks in the area, whether you want a gentile stroll or something more energetic.

There are many nearby cycle routes for the cycling enthusiast along quiet country roads and lanes.

If you are a golfer, we have two courses in Louth; Louth Golf Club (which is within walking distance of the camp site) and Kenwick Park Golf Club, a 3 minute drive.

For the motor racing enthusiast Cadwell Park is only 5 miles drive away, and as a result this is a very popular site for those attending Cadwell.

The coast is a short drive away for walking or just relaxing in the sunshine.

Every late October to December grey seals come to the Donna Nook National Nature Reserve (12 miles from Louth) to give birth to their pups near the sand dunes, a true wildlife spectacle. The Reserve is also known for its array of wildlife.

We look forward to welcoming you and your pets to our site.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Information room
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
LN11 9QT
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GPS:
Lat 53.356531 / Lon -0.018154
OS field ref:
TF322862
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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lovely peaceful site with views and fields

Great communication prior to arrival by Louise. As it was our maiden voyage in our newer caravan, we didn't want to go far so, within an hour from home, we arrived at this lovely site. Turning off Horncastle Road, down the little lane, we were greeted at the gate by Doug, who showed us where to pitch. We were on a plot the size of a football pitch, with views of the horses in the field behind us, and our own water and electricity hook up - wow! We were introduced to Cora, the lovely friendly and giddy Border Collie, who kindly presented Tony, our BC, with a "squeeky" toy [thank you, Cora]! Big decision: do we walk to Hubbards Hills via the Golf Course, or Louth town centre? We did both! A pleasant walk, either way. Even a short evening walk down the field was possible. A lovely quiet site, with easy access. Friendly hosts who took the time to chat and check we had everything needed. We will be back .....
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We stayed here last week - for 5 nights - beautiful site , flat, large pitches on hard standing. Easy walk into Louth which is a delightful market town. Surrounded by lovely countryside and well away from main road. Very helpful friendly owners. some really nice touches such as a hut with books and a woodland walk. We are cyclists and found lanes very quiet with great cycling. Electricity is not always consistent - our fridge kept bleeping as not enough power getting to it - particularly if we used another electrical item such as heating or hot water. Doug and Louise are aware of it and have plans to rectify. It didn’t spoil our stay though and would recommend highly.
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A lovely peaceful site with a warm welcome.

We recently had a 2 day stay at this lovely CL. This is a peaceful site with fantastic views over the Lincolnshire countryside. It is set away from the road, down a lane with plenty of space to pass should you happen to meet someone coming the other way. Louise and Doug couldn’t have been more friendly,helpful and welcoming. We arrived at 8 pm and Doug came out to show us to our level hard standing pitch, despite missing his football team kicking off on tv. He took the time to explain where everything was, including the ample dog walking areas. On that point, both Louise and Doug made a real fuss of our young Border Collie Tess who had a good run around with Cora their friendly and energetic Border Collie. This was our first stay at Happyford CL, but it certainly won’t be our last.
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Just spent a night here. Wish it could have been longer. The view was amazing and took me by surprise when we went through to the cl, which is hidden away from the road. The picture on the web site does not do it justice. The new owners have made improvements. Large hard standing pitches. Ideal for motorhomes all year round. Walk into Louth possible. Good value at £15 night. Would definitely love to go again.

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What a fantastic site.

We have been visiting Happyford for at least 7 years. Great views and a peaceful site. No problems at all. The new owners Doug and Louise are so friendly and helpful. They have put In new hard standings and fences. Always on the go doing something (No talking Louise, you have work to do 😁). It’s really nice now and with the hard standings we can visit in the winter for a chill out (big motorhome). Others have reported problems with the electricity, we have not had any problems but have noticed voltage drop when other campers heaters cut in. We know they are looking into this issue.

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