The Brackenborough Hotel Location
Map & Directions
Free and ample car parking, with 24 hour CCTV
How to get here
DIRECTIONS FROM THE NORTH
When approaching from the North, usually the M180 (or A18 from Humberside Airport), follow the road until a right turn at junction where A18 unites with the A16 from Grimsby.
This is a direct route, well signed for Louth and Boston. Shortly after passing Fotherby take the left-hand turn for the Hotel which is set back from the main road.
DIRECTIONS FROM THE SOUTH
From the South it is best approached from the A46 (Lincoln) joining the A158/A157 to Louth, or the A16 from Boston. The recently completed Louth by-pass skirts the Town centre and by following the signs on the A16 for Grimsby you will see, very shortly after the Cordeaux Corner bends, take the right-hand turn at the Fotherby junction for the signposted Hotel.
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Location & Local Attractions
Set in 6 acres of land, The Brackenborough is a few minutes' drive from the bustling Georgian market town of Louth, which was recently voted the UK's Favourite Market Town by BBC's Countryfile Magazine, as well as earning a high ranking in The Times' Top 30 Coolest Places to Live. This is evident with the vast array of artisan delis, cafes and quirky independent shops in the town centre which also hosts a market 3 times a week.
Louth and the surrounding area holds attractions aplenty;
Visit the Greenwich Meridian Line in Eastgate, enjoy Louth's very own museum, or climb the tower of St James's Church, which has the tallest spire of any medieval parish church in the country
There is local beauty spot Hubbard's Hills where walkers can enjoy a gentle amble alongside the river Lud
The Wolds are also ideal for walkers, with many routes suited to all abilities
For those who enjoy more high-octane pursuits, Cadwell Park – one of the most jaw-droppingly spectacular race circuits in the UK - is only a 10 minute drive from the hotel
The nature reserve at Donna Nook is a perennial favourite, especially during November/December, when the seals give birth to their pups on the sand dunes
Historic Lincoln with its beautiful castle and independent shops is only 40 minutes away
Coastal towns of Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe are all within close driving distance.
Whether for some fun with the children, tips on the best beaches in the area, a list of walking routes or taking in some of Lincolnshire's history, there's something for everyone here.