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3-10 miles from Lincoln

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Chapel Guesthouse

Beautiful bed & breakfast in a renovated chapel in the picturesque village of Brantson, near Lincoln.

Located just three miles from the centre of historic Lincoln, you will find this guesthouse set in a Methodist Chapel dating back to 1883.

Situated in the conservation area of the picturesque village of Branston, The Old Methodist Chapel is surrounded by stone cottages, countryside and places of interest, making it a perfect and tranquil setting to stay for those who enjoy walking, photography and painting, as well as for exploring the rich heritage of Lincoln City and the many beautiful sights that Lincolnshire has to offer.

Whilst retaining the charm of its past, the Chapel has been completely renovated to create a contemporary modern living space catering for the discerning guest looking for excellent service and somewhere just that little bit different.

The individually themed rooms all have en-suite or private bathroom facilities. The Old Methodist Chapel also boasts a feast of fine art, sculptures, ceramics, silver, glass and antiques for guests to enjoy, making it an ideal base for those with a love of, or interest in, the arts and decorative objects.

Additional Information

  • Free collection service from Lincoln Central Railway Station
  • Complimentary tea and home-made refreshments on arrival
  • Locally sourced produce used wherever possible
  • In-house holistic treatments available – Aromatherapy, Reflexology & Indian Head Massage

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01522 791629
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2-3 The Old Methodist Chapel
Chapel Lane
Branston
Lincolnshire
LN4 1LA
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