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Cathedral Quarter
Allotment House

B&B north of Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter; quiet and comfortable with lovely cathedral views and ample off street parking.


Cathedral Quarter
Apartments at St Clements Old Rectory

A former Victorian Rectory with lots of character offering visitors the choice of six delightful self-catering apartments.


3-10 miles from Lincoln
Branston Hall Hotel

Dating back to 1885, Branston Hall Hotel and Spa is a fine 53 bedroom country house Hotel in the heart of Lincolnshire situated three miles south of beautiful city of Lincoln in 88 acres of stunning parkland and lakes.


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.


3-10 miles from Lincoln
Doddington Hall Holiday Cottages

Stay at Doddington Hall in one of the estate's historic but beautifully renovated holiday cottages.


11-20 miles from Lincoln
Greenfield Farm

Award winning farmhouse bed & breakfast set in tranquil countryside with farm trails and woodland walks, within an easy drive of Lincoln and the Lincolnshire Wolds.


11-20 miles from Lincoln
Kingthorpe Manor Farm

A 17th century Georgian house set in an idyllic country retreat with four-star accommodation and award-winning, home-grown breakfasts.


11-20 miles from Lincoln
Kirkstead Old Mill Cottage

Bed and breakfast in a secluded spot beside the River Witham, on the outskirts of Woodhall Spa east of Lincoln.


3-10 miles from Lincoln
Manor House Stables

Enjoy a holiday in the heart of rural Lincolnshire, less than half an hour's drive from historic Lincoln, and stay in these beautifully restored, award-winning 18th century stables.


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Romans in Lincoln

Romans in Lincoln

The Romans arrived in Lincoln between AD50-60 and built Lindum Colonia on the hill. Remains can still be seen today.


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