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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

Duke William Hotel

Duke William Hotel

A historic pub and restaurant, dating to the 17th century, serving local food and real ale throughout the day.

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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

Adam & Eve Tavern

Adam & Eve Tavern

The Adam & Eve is reputedly the oldest Tavern in Lincoln dating back as far as 1701 and is a well known city landmark in the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral.

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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

Tower Lounge Bar

Tower Lounge Bar

19th century hotel bar serving bottled and draught beers, wine and cocktails, and a bar menu, close to Lincoln Castle.

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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

Prince Of Wales Inn

Prince Of Wales Inn

Traditional local pub serving real ale and food throughout the week found on Lincoln's historic Bailgate.

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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

The Crafty Bottle Beer Lounge

The Crafty Bottle Beer Lounge

Cosy beer lounge above The Crafty Bottle's craft ale shop, found on the The Strait at the foot of Steep Hill.

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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

The Strugglers Inn

The Strugglers Inn

Traditional real ale pub found close to the grounds of the historic Lincoln Castle.

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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

The Victoria

The Victoria

A traditional real ale pub found near the grounds of Lincoln Castle in the historic Cathedral Quarter.

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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

The Magna Carta

The Magna Carta

In the heart of historic Lincoln and named after one of the city's most treasured items, lies the traditional Magna Carta pub.

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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln

Wig & Mitre

Wig & Mitre

A traditional English pub serving real ale, fine wine and fresh, local food throughout the day on Steep Hill.

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