Market Towns

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Louth

Hailed by TV Chef’s The Hairy Bikers as a “food mecca”, Louth is one of the UK’s best-loved foodie hot-spots and certainly not to be missed. A tranquil market town, alive with Georgian character. There are a host of family butchers, two grocers, the famous Louth Cheese Shop, selling a wide selection of cheese including the award-winning Lincolnshire Poacher.

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Caistor

A market town nestled in the Lincolnshire Wolds. Known for its notable Georgian buildings and once a Roman fortress. Popular with local walkers as the Viking Way runs through the town. Markets are held on Saturday in the historical market place.

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Market Rasen

A bustling market town on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. A popular spot with walkers as there are many trails and walking routes just outside the town.The high street offers an array of independent high street shops.

The nearby village of Tealby is charming village to visit on the way to Market Rasen, the Kings Head is a great spot to stop for lunch.

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Horncastle

This quintessentially English market town brimming with character, history and antiques. The antique hub of Lincolnshire it is renowned for its collection of antique shops, porcelain, bygones and historic buildings. The Tourist Information centre is based at the Joseph Banks Centre

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