The Traveller’s B&B is a friendly, family-run bed and breakfast close to Louth town centre. If you’re visiting Louth for a weekend trip or just passing through overnight, you can expect a warm welcome and a comfy night’s sleep if you stay here. Want to know more? Here’s our full review of a night’s stay at The Traveller’s B&B.

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In a hurry? Here are some highlights from our stay at The Traveller’s B&B Louth:

👫 Perfect for a couple’s weekend away

🏍️ Ideal stay for seeing the bikes at Cadwell Park or other events

🍳 The home-cooked breakfast is brilliant, and made to your liking

🛏️ Comfortable beds and spacious rooms

🚶 Only 5 minutes’ walk from the town centre

💰 Very good value for money

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Why I chose The Traveller’s B&B in Louth

I decided to stay at The Traveller’s B&B when I was visiting Louth overnight for an event. As it was a gin tasting at the local distillery, driving back home wasn’t an option!

After looking into the options for the best places to stay in Louth, I decided to book into The Traveller’s B&B. I have a soft spot for family-run guest houses, and I usually choose them over hotels or apartments for a short stay if I can.

This place fit the bill. I was especially excited for the breakfast, which had rave reviews from other guests. I had a busy itinerary of sightseeing in town on the day after my stay, so needed some good fuel.

You can book your stay at The Traveller’s B&B on, which has options for free cancellation if needed. We use this frequently to book accommodation for our own trips as it’s easy and secure.

The Travellers B&B Louth bed and breakfast
The Travellers B&B is a five-minute walk from Louth town centre

First impressions of The Traveller’s B&B

The Traveller’s B&B is run by Sarah and Stacey, a mother-and-daughter team who will go out of their way to make you feel welcome.

You can’t miss the big cream-washed building that stands on the crossroads of South Street and Upgate. It’s about a five-minute walk from the B&B into the centre Louth, so the location is perfect for exploring this charming little market town. See our guide to the best things to do in Louth to make the most of your time here.

Parking at the B&B is easy. It has two parking spaces for guests, which works on a first-come first-served basis, but don’t worry if you don’t get a space – there is ample free road parking just a few metres away.

There is an express self check-in system that is easy to use; Stacey sent me clear instructions ahead of my arrival providing a code to access my keys from a lock box. So, full marks for a smooth check-in!

Inside, the building has a cosy feel to it, with a real variety of interesting decor across the two floors. The breakfast room is downstairs, with a mixture of movie posters and potted green plants on the walls, while the communal kitchenette upstairs is decorated with African artwork and bright flowers along one side.

This shared kitchenette has a fridge and microwave, and is a really useful space if you want to heat up your own food while you’re here or prepare a pack-up for the day.

Shared kitchenette with a fridge and microwave
The B&B has a shared kitchenette upstairs with a fridge and microwave

Comfortable bedrooms

I had originally booked a single room, but as it was a quiet night in April and the B&B wasn’t full, Stacey upgraded me to a larger double room at no extra charge. She was also happy for me to check in a little early. Little touches like this go a long way to make a stay feel welcoming.

My bed was queen size (I didn’t measure it, but I’m pretty sure that’s what it was!) and very comfortable. The room was spacious and also had a couple of comfy armchairs and a little table, where I could sit and type up my work with a cuppa.

The Traveller's B&B Louth double bedroom
My room was upgraded to a double at no extra charge
The Traveller's B&B bedroom chairs
My room had a comfy chairs and table by the window

All rooms at The Traveller’s B&B are en suite. The shower in my room was lovely and hot, simple to use, and stocked with some fancy complementary toiletries.

I had no problems sleeping at all. I did wonder whether there might be some noise at night with the building being on the intersection of two main roads, but I didn’t notice any. The roads in rural Lincolnshire towns aren’t exactly busy at night, and my room was at the rear of the building and effectively sound-proof. It might be worth bringing some ear plugs if you have a room overlooking the crossroads, but I doubt it would be a huge issue.

Delicious breakfast, cooked how you like it!

The quality of the breakfast can make or break the experience of a B&B. A top-notch cooked breakfast is so often the difference between a stay that is memorable or forgettable, and this is something The Traveller’s B&B gets just right.

When I checked in the day before, Stacey had asked what time I’d like breakfast in the morning. When I went downstairs to the breakfast room at 8am, the time I’d requested, tables were neatly laid out and a buffet table was stacked with juices, cereals, fruit and yoghurts.

The Traveller's B&B breakfast room
The breakfast room laid out in the morning at The Traveller’s B&B
Breakfast buffet
The breakfast buffet has juice, fruit, yoghurt and cereals

Sarah was there to greet me and other guests as they arrived, and she asked what I’d like for my cooked breakfast. Feeling hungry, I went for a full English (with fried egg). If you are in a hurry then Sarah will make you a bacon butty to take away, and there is a veggie breakfast option as well.

My breakfast arrived complete with a huge butcher’s Lincolnshire sausage, which was superb, and bacon cooked just how I like it, with a bit of crispness to it. Mushroom, tomato, beans and toast completed the spread. Perfect!

Full English breakfast Lincolnshire sausage
I had a full English breakfast with a giant Lincolnshire sausage!

How to get to The Traveller’s B&B in Louth.

If you are driving to Louth from Lincoln, the easiest way is via Wragby on the A158 and A157. The Traveller’s B&B is easy to reach once you arrive in Louth, on the crossroads of South Street and Upgate just south of the town centre.

The address for navigation is 106 Upgate, Louth, LN11 9HG.

Looking for other places to stay in Louth? Check out our review of Stewton Stars Hideaway, a stargazing glamping site just outside the town.

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