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Castle Hotel
Westgate
Lincoln
Lincolnshire

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Grade II listed building set amongst Roman remains in the beautiful City of Lincoln. Privately owned and totally committed to offering the best possible hospitality and a unique combination of informality, comfort and professional service. Rooms traditionally and individually decorated, en-suite, with colour television, direct dial telephones and tea and coffee facilities; Classic, Traditional and Deluxe rooms available as well as our impressive Lincoln Suite with original low beams, separate Lounge and Double Bedroom. Enjoy award winning food including Seafood and Game specialties by candle light amid tapestry screens in the oak panelled 'Knights'. Open 7pm to 9.30pm
Independently awarded by the AA the highest quality rating of any Lincoln hotel at 79%

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star 80%
Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20

Price per Room:

Double: From 89
Twin: From 89
Single: 70
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Restaurant

Name: Knights
Cuisine: traditional & modern british
Chef: Paul Wheeler
Awards: AA Rosette (4 years)
Joseph Perrier Best Restaurant Award
RAC Dining Award
Lincolnshire Gold Citation

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