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Hillcrest Hotel
15 Lindum Terrace
Lincoln
Lincolnshire

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The Hillcrest Hotel, Lincoln is a family run city hotel with a country feel which provides exceptional views over Lincolns arboretum, and offers all rooms ensuite, with free Wi-Fi connections in all rooms and public areas, Hillcrest has a welcoming bar and restaurant, and a conservatory which you can relax with a cup of coffee in after a day of sightseeing, being only 7 mins walk from the Cathedral, and a short stroll from the castle and vast aray of local shops, including the antique shops situated on Steep Hill.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Stars
Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14

Price per Person

Double: 45.50 - 50
Single: 71 - 85
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Restaurant

Name: Conservatory
Cuisine: English/European

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Sample Menu:


Homemade leek & potato soup
Salmon pate with toast
Flat mushroom stuffed with Tomato, onion & cheddar cheese

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Braised lamb with a mint gravy
Roasted chicken breast with white wine & mushroom sauce
Fillet of pork with a bacon & sage cream

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A selection of desserts

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Two courses 13.95
Three courses 16.95

Coffee or Tea 1.50 per person

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