The Lincoln Cathedral presents the visitors first impression, its magnificent silhouette stretching into the skies and brooding over 2000 years of history, this enigmatic town provides a well knit tapestry of old and new, the past shines through and sits beside the new holding hands and opening arms to welcome all. Through its ancient landscapes and modern corners visitors are presented with a delightful range of Lincoln Guest Houses engineered to suit the huge audience of visitors that arrive daily.
Its yearly calendar attracts many to its famous Christmas Market and the Brayford Waterfront Festival and the famous Discover Lincoln Weekend, it offers an excellent weekend getaway destination and attractions to suit all ages. Its landscape is detailed through ancient winding cobbled streets scattered with fascinating antique shops and pieces of modern art, ghosts walk with celebrities bringing in the new day.
The town hosts unique specialist shops, pavement cafes, trendy wine bars, wonderful restaurants, traditional bars and lots of local walks. The city boasts 2000 years of history and from each era it has taken something, so much of Britain's heritage is here. In times past it was prehistoric fort, A Roman settlement, captured by the Angeles, then the Danes and once was one of the largest cities in the country. William the Conqueror commissioned the majestic Castle in 1068; the Cathedral in 1072 which is the county's third largest after St Paul's and York Minster.
The city has witnessed great moments in time that helped forge Britain's destiny, it is home to one of the four copies of the Magna Carta sealed by King John who was a regular visitor to this city. Walk under the Newport Arch the only Roman arch still used by traffic, peep inside the Bishop's Palace, take a slow walk up the narrow cobbled streets laced with ancient shop frontages, browse museums, galleries and pass buildings over 800 years old or simply walk the river all within easy reach of the Lincoln Guest Houses.
The Lincoln Guest Houses may be cloaked in period buildings and boast interiors that complement the overall ethos detailed through antique furniture, rich rugs, lanterns, open log fires and thick drapes, welcomes are warm encouraging families and business guests alike. The guest rooms are individually decorated and may offer single, double and group accommodations suitable for families, offering high chairs and cribs. Business guests are provided with desks, internet access, direct dial phone and fax machines and may extend stays to suit business contracts.
Fringing the town and presented with country aspects are unique Guest houses situated in former parsonages, vicarages or schools these offer matchless atmospheres crafted from history and tales. Talented designers' base innovative design on historic content, embellishing ancient detail with modern intentions, colour highlights and skylights allow natural light to bathe the interiors and breathe new life on old tapestries. These delightful sanctuaries offer tasteful accommodations and heightened security and privacy the choice of visiting VIP's or celebrities.
Honeymoon couples are tempted by the elegantly decorated suites hosting finely dressed canopied beds and panoramic views, modern comforts and hospitality trays, these areas lead onto balconies and private gardens. Grand Drawing rooms and entrance halls may double as wedding reception areas and spill onto garden surrounds. The business guest is well catered for through smart meeting rooms sure to impress colleagues and clients.
Quaint dining rooms offer tempting menus and vintage wines, breakfast may be continental or full English, honesty bars are found in comfortable sitting rooms, in conclusion the Lincoln Guest Houses have considered all needs and catered to all tastes ensuring memorable times and returns.
Lincoln Guest Houses