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Cathedral Quarter
3 Well Lane

Boutique self-catering cottage, with off-road parking, on Lincoln's famous Steep Hill.


Lincoln Suburbs
Country House Hotel Washingborough Hall

This welcoming, boutique hotel is a beautiful early Georgian House, set in three acres of mature garden and woodland in the heart of Washingborough village, just over 2 miles east from the historic city of Lincoln.


21-30 miles from Lincoln
Elms Farm Cottages

Relax and enjoy the Lincolnshire countryside from a multi award winning holiday cottage at Elms Farm, 45 minutes from Lincoln.


21-30 miles from Lincoln
Greetham Retreat Holidays

Superb, luxury, 4-star, gold award self-catering accommodation in the tranquil Lincolnshire Wolds within easy travelling distance of Lincoln, the east coast and aviation heritage venues.


21-30 miles from Lincoln
Grimblethorpe Hall Country Cottages

Charming holiday cottages on a working farm in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds east of Lincoln, ideal for walkers.


Lincoln Suburbs
Hillcrest Hotel

A family run hotel, originally converted from a Rectory, boasting amazing views of Lincoln Arboretum & the surrounding area, a short walk from Cathedral and Cultural Quarters.


Brayford Waterfront
Holiday Inn

Hotel on the Brayford Waterfront with marina views, restaurant, coffee shop, and bar, just a short walk from Lincoln city centre.


11-20 miles from Lincoln
Rural Roosts

Hidden amongst countryside and sheltered by the rural village of Stainfield, Rural Roosts offers high quality luxury pine lodges, ideal all year round accommodation.


3-10 miles from Lincoln
The Barn, Park Farm

A big, stunningly revived, small-hamlet barn ideal for a romantic retreat for two close to historic Lincoln.


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