The undulating Lincolnshire Wolds present you with beautiful views but don’t forget to refuel along the way! As well as a range of landscapes to enjoy, these Cafe walks include perfect pit-stops where you can enjoy tea and a delicious slice of cake.
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Lots of hills on this walk make for fantastic landscape views across the stunning Lincolnshire Wolds. Explore the little village of Swaby and enjoy the fresh air as you walk through the grassy meadows that surround it. Don’t forget to fuel up for all the inclines along the way with a cup of tea and a slice of cake at Traceys Little Cake Company tea room!
You will wander through many diverse landscapes on this stroll. Take in Swaby valley, a peaceful stretch with lots of diverse flora and fauna and look out for the picturesque church of St John Baptist in Belleau. Take a well earned rest at the well-stocked cafe at the magnificent white watermill at Claythorpe before climbing to the high Wolds above Haugh where you can see for miles across undulating countryside.Claythorpe Watermill
A moderate walk to Hagworthingham through some of Lincolnshire’s most outstanding countryside, once the home and old stomping ground of the Poet, Alfred Lord Tennyson. You will take in the villages of Brinkhill, Bag Enderby and Somersby but see many more from the high Wolds near Hagworthingham.
JJ’s Café occupies a central position in the village of Hagworthingham and is a perfect spot for breakfast, lunch or maybe just an ice cream!
This stroll meanders through South Ormsby Estate land to the high fields above, where you will enjoy spectacular views across the Wolds and beyond. Walking through the tranquil Furze Close wood you may see the odd deer and fox wandering by.
Ulceby Cross filling station is a welcome rest stop and has a variety of food and drink items, hot and cold. There is also the added benefit of picnic tables outside.