Fieldview Holidays Useful Website Links
Fieldview Holidays is pleased to share information on the local area and provide links to suitable websites that can help you plan your stay and make your holiday the best it can be.
If you have a website that you would like us to display here and if you are able to return the favour and add ours, please contact us.
- About Britain
Fieldview Holidays welcomes all visitors and guests to the Lincolnshire Wolds and are pleased to be associated and listed with AboutBritain.com. If you want to venture further a field - then About Britain hosts a site full of information on accommodation, activities, things to do etc.
- Cadwell Park
Cadwell Park is the local race circuit which hosts many car and bike meetings throughout the year. Fielview Holiday cottages are just a few miles from the circuit and provide an ideal base with plenty of of private parking for trailers etc. For further information on forthcoming events at the ciruit - follow this link.
- I and M Bathrooms
An established family run business since 1991 - I and M Bathrooms provides sales and a fitting service of quality bathrooms, washrooms, whirlpools,showers, accessories and much more. Free Consultation service is available. Fieldview Holidays is pleased to be associated with them and thank them for their excellent service within our holiday cottages.
- Lincs 2 u - Louth Lincolnshire - tourist information
A website detailing information on the local area surrounding Louth - a traditional market town within the Lincolnshire Wolds.
- LouthUK.Com - information site on the local area
Louth is located on the River Lud, in the county of Lincolnshire, approximately 148 miles north of London and 16 miles south of Grimsby on the A16.
The town has a population of around 14,200 and is within the East Lindsey District of Lincolnshire which covers an area of approximately 600 square miles.
Lying at the eastern edge of the Wolds it is a busy market town with an maze of narrow streets and predominantly Georgian and early-Victorian architecture. There are some notable historic buildings including the 15th-century St.James' Church whose 295ft high spire, the tallest in England, dominates the skyline. A large industrial estate to the south of the town now caters for new industries.
Historically the town's economy was based upon agriculture with the town possessing one of the busiest cattle markets in the county, and today agriculture remains an important employer. The town also possesses a diverse range of manufacturing companies producing items from agricultural machinery to plastics, and electronic equipment to container products.
The name Louth derives from the Old English 'Hlud' meaning 'loud or noisy' and refers to the fast flowing river on which it stands
- Supporters of Cordeaux School
We are pleased to help and support the local charity SOCS! - the Supporters of Cordeaux School - a local secondary school PTA group. SOCS hosts many events and fundraising activities throughout the year, benefiting both the school and wider community.