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Self-Catering in Lincoln

National Trust Cottages, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

National Trust Cottages
40/42 Michaelgate
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Two thousand years of history are on the doorstep of this charming Grade II listed cottage with Lincoln Castle and the marvellous 12th-century cathedral within easy walking distance. The Cathedral was the recent film setting of The Da Vinci Code. There is also a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs in the charming cobbled streets in the immediate vicinity. The part-timbered cottage, with its small sheltered garden, is owned by Lincoln City Council and has been furnished by the Trust. It is also managed and operated by the Trust.

Large entrance hall, steps up to spacious sitting/dining room, kitchen.

From entrance hall, stairs up to second sitting room. From sitting/dining room, winding stairs up to bathroom and bedroom (1 twin). Further stairs up to bedroom (1 double) in large attic with fine views.

Visitor Notes
Gas central heating included. Parking is in a nearby car park for which charges apply - unloading and loading only is permitted at the cottage. Lincoln is served by the national rail and coach network - perfect for anyone wanting a break without a car.
Two night short breaks available at this cottage.

Accommodates 4


Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Historic Cottage
Nearest Major Town: Lincoln
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