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The George
20 High Street


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The George is a family run Free house ideally located in between Lincoln to the south with Scunthorpe and Brigg to the north is Kirton in Lindsey this historic market town can trace its roots back to roman times and is mentioned in the dooms day book, it has many local buildings of interest including a restored organic grain mill.

Being within easy reach of a wealth of interesting places to visit the coast and the glorious countryside The George is an ideal place for both business and pleasure situated close to junction 3 of the M180 with convenient links to the M62, M18 and A1.

The Restaurant is in a traditional style in keeping with this old coaching inn which dates back to early 1700’s, the atmosphere is relaxed and informal serving modern British cuisine using quality fresh ingredients cooked fresh to order.

The Bar has comfortable and relaxed surroundings with friendly staff serving draught beers, real ale, premium spirits and an extensive wine list.

The Bedrooms all of which are individually designed and finished to a very high standard have either a bath or shower en-suit, all digital free view, free WiFi , hairdryer and room service is offered.

Function / Conference The function rooms at The George are an ideal place to hold your special occasions whether it’s a wedding or anniversary reception, birthday party and committee diner for business conference users our stylish and comfortable room can hold seating for 42 people theatre style and boardroom style for up to 28

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