Louth, located in Lincolnshire, is a typical market town that is situated in eastern England. It is believed by some to be one of the oldest towns in the country. The town itself is fairly small, but quite relaxing and quaint. There are many points of interest in the town that will interest visitors. The town can be easily accessed via the connecting roadways as well as the local bus service. Visitors will find there are ample dining and shopping options in Louth. There are also ample accommodation options in Louth and the surrounding area.
The English market town of Louth is considered as "capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds". Lincolnshire Wolds are range of hills in the Lincolnshire County.
The major attraction of the town is Hubbard's Hills which were opened a century ago. The park is full of greenery and portrays a mystical experience as the River Lud passes through it. It is undisputedly considered as pure natural beauty. Throughout the year people gather around in this park for picnics and outings. A visit to this marvelous place may let you encounter with a school field trip. The locals always bring their dog for a walk there.
Most of the town's buildings are two to three hundred years old, reminding visitors about the way people lived in the medieval and industrial age in this part of the world.
The building which single handedly manifests the true spirit of antiquity is the St. James' Church. The building dates back to 16th Century which again carries the vigor and glory of the British Empire. The church is considered as the tallest Anglican parish church in Great Britain, this is due to its spire which is 295 feet tall. Thousands of tourists visit this splendid church each year, partially because of its architectural grandeur and partially because of the spirituality it offers. There is a good service of church guides which guide new comers to the different parts of the building; moreover all sorts of refreshments are available under the same tower. St Stephen's chapel is dedicated to the prayer service.