Lincoln

Lincoln was one of the great cities of medieval Britain, and its magnificent Cathedral and fine castle remain as reminders of that status. There are some characterful narrow and winding streets to be explored, and two remarkable Norman buildings linked with the then cityís Jewish merchants... Read More

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Lincoln Events

April
Lincoln 10K Run
May
Lincoln Book Festival
Lincoln Cycle Grand Prix
June
Lincolnshire Lincoln Folk Festivals
The Lincolnshire Show
Vintage Vehicle Rally
July
Bailgate Busking Festival
Caistor & District Flower Club Annual Show
Lincolnshire Pride Festival
Waddington International Air Show
Waterfront Festival
August
Lincoln and Lincolnshire Chamber Music Festival
Steam and Vintage Rally
September
Lincolnshire Carnival
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October
Arts and Crafts for Autumn
One of a Kind
November
Bonfire & Fireworks Display
Christmas Food & Drink Fair
One of a Kind
Tastes of Lincolnshire Christmas Food and Drink Fair
December
Christmas Artists Market
Lincoln Christmas Market
White Christmas Weekend
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Hotels in Lincoln - 55 places to stay

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Bail House

Bail House

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Just a minute's walk from the cathedral and castle, these luxury rooms benefit from a heated outdoor pool, secured parking and beautiful gardens.

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Brant House

Brant House

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Brant House is situated in the rural hamlet of Stragglethorpe. The peace and seclusion of an unspoilt 18th century country house amidst gardens in the heart of the English countryside. ... More | visit website

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Charlotte House Hotel

Charlotte House Hotel

Opposite Lincoln Castle and cathedral, this beautiful 1930s Art Deco building has been completely refurbished to offer AA 5-star accommodation.

With traditional and contemporary rooms available, you can be assured of the latest facilities including LCD ... More | visit website

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Tower Hotel

Tower Hotel

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Situated in Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter, The Tower is a Boutique Hotel, ideally located for exploring the historical city; either on foot or as a base for visiting the surrounding villages, ... More

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Victoria Inn

Victoria Inn

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The Victoria Inn provides affordable and comfortable accommodation above an 'award winning' traditional real ale pub in Lincoln's historic Cathedral Quarter. Siutated adjacent to the West Gate of Lincoln Castle ... More

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The Pyewipe

The Pyewipe

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Still within the City, this privately owned free house offers fine home-produced traditional cuisine, coupled with an idyllic location. Itís renowned for its unrushed and spacious layout for the discerning diner, with ... More | Double Room: £60

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Washingborough Hall Hotel

Washingborough Hall Hotel
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Washingborough Hall Hotel is located just 2 1/2 miles from Lincoln town centre on the B1190. A former Georgian Manor House, this elegant hotel stands in 3 acres ... More | Double Room: From £95

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Railway Inn

Railway Inn

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A truly charming, traditional inn surrounded by the beatiful Lincolnshire countryside. Just 5 miles from the historic city of Lincoln - where you can visit the historic market or the ... More

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The Marquis of Granby

The Marquis of Granby
Welcome to The Marquis of Granby Bed and Breakfast. We are a family run country inn in the heart of rural Lincolnshire, located in the picturesque village of Wellingore. Wellingore and its neighbouring village of ... More | visit website
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Queen In The West

Queen In The West
The Queen in the West, when built, did not have the benefit of electric light. Thomas Edison would not invent the light bulb for another 40 years. The Pub was at that time outside the ... More | visit website

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