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The Lincoln House
The Lincoln House
The Lincoln House
The Lincoln House
The Lincoln House
The Lincoln House
The Lincoln House

A beautiful, three-storey, period townhouse, offered as a self catering holiday let nestled between Lincoln's iconic Cathedral and Castle.

Situated on a quiet and pretty cobbled street, The Lincoln House is moments away from the famous Bailgate and award winning Steep Hill, both with their independent shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and galleries.

The house has three bedrooms, all supplied with fine Egyptian cotton linens and towels, sleeping a maximum six of people. The master bedroom has a kingsize bed and views over Wordsworth Street, Steep Hill and the city beyond.

The second bedroom with double bed has a lovely view of the Cathedral towers and the third bedroom has a single bed, separate pull out single bed and patio doors leading to the private walled terrace garden.

There is a bright first floor lounge with period fireplace, comfy sofa, TV and DVD player and a ground floor dining room next to the kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with washing machine, dishwasher, cooker, microwave and large American style fridge freezer with constant ice maker. The pantry is stocked with teas, coffees and a range of condiments.

Additional Information

  • On-street parking permit included
  • Cathedral views
  • Families welcome
  • Pets welcome by prior arrangement

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