Wonderful Wolds and charismatic coastlines.
Sitting within four beautiful acres of the scenic Lincolnshire Wolds a mile from Caistor town centre, Wold’s View offers plenty of opportunities for exploring just a stones throw away.
The Viking Way is only a 10 minute walk from the park entrance; this ancient trackway stretches from the Humber Bridge to Oakham in Rutland.
Further afield, just 20 minutes by car, charismatic coastlines and charming seaside towns await . Add to that, Castles, Cathedrals and pretty market towns and you’ll find plenty of great ways to pass the time in Lincolnshire.
From cosy country pubs to traditional takeaways, nearby Caistor offers plenty of eating out options to suit every palette.
Here are some of our favourite eating out spots in the nearby area,
Caistor Lakes Restaurant – 5 minute walk away
Bistro, bar & steakhouse offering quality dining with a rustic twist using fresh, locally sourced produce.
The white Hart Caistor – 15 min walk away
Relaxed, friendly village pub atmosphere with a wide range of home cooked meals including Sunday Lunches.
The Cross Keys – 2 miles away
Traditional style pub that prides itself on delivering an excellent food and drink offer in comfortable surroundings.
With 56 listed buildings in its town centre and a history dating back to roman times, the best place to start on a visit to Caistor is the Arts and Heritage Centre. The town is popular with walkers with the Viking Way running through it, and markets are held every Saturday.
Our favourite historical days out
Lincoln – with its rich in history, famous Castle, home of the Magna Carta, Cathedral and excellent shops (25 minutes away).
Lincolnshire Aviation Centre – East Kirkby Heritage Museum based on a 1940’s RAF Lancaster Bomber airfield (45 minutes away).
Waltham Windmill (15 minutes away).
The National Fishing Heritage Centre & Ross Tiger deep sea trawler at Grimsby (15 minutes away).
Lincolnshire Wolds Railway at Ludborough (20 minutes away).
Humber Bridge Visitor Centre (20 minutes away).
Lincolnshire Wolds AONB
216 square miles of unspoilt countryside and home to some of the UK’s finest countryside. The Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is famous for its rolling hills and wide open countryside, and offers hiking, biking, horse riding and so much more.
Other excellent days out
Cleethorpes seaside town with its many independent and interesting boutiques (20 minutes away).
Louth – (Capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds), with its wide selection of independent shops (20 minutes away).
Caistor Equestrian Centre (within a mile).
Brigg Market Town and Garden Centre (10 minutes away)
Market Rasen Racecourse & Market Town (10 minutes away).
Golf courses at Market Rasen, Laceby, Grimsby and Waltham (all 10-15 minutes away).
The Deep – aquarium at Hull (30 minutes away).
For more information, see www.visitlincolnshire.com
Fully heated cabins, cosy double beds and the Lincolnshire Wolds on your doorstep.
Touring and camping
Generously sized and well drained pitches in a beautifully landscaped setting.
Built for ultimate comfort
With warm showers, modern appliances and underfloor heating throughout.