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Victoria Inn
6 Union Road
Lincoln
Lincolnshire

LN1 3BJ | View map

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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 and only a minute's walk from the Cathedral and Bailgate shopping area, the accommodation is ideally placed to explore the best of Uphill-Lincoln. Complimentary overnight parking is included. Breakfast is available should you require at our hotel directly opposite the Victoria priced at 9.50 per person (served 7.30am-9.30am Mon-Fri and 8.30am-10.30am Weekends)1 x en-suite bedroom available. 3 x non-ensuite rooms, all come with TV, Toiletries and Towels provided. (N.B These rooms share a bath/shower room) All rooms have use of communal TV lounge and Kitchen area. The property is also available for rent as a whole, sleeping upto 8 guests.For Check-in and parking, please report to reception at Charlotte House Hotel directly opposite the pub, where our staff will show you to your accommodation.Please note that this property is accessed via stairs and therfore may not be suitable for disabled guests. The Pub is open till late and some noise may be experienced ( no music is played in the bar)

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