Staying in Lincoln

The accommodation for our weekend and midweek breaks is at the three-star Lincoln Hotel.

Entrance to the 3 star Lincoln HotelThe Lincoln Hotel is independently owned and well known in Lincolnshire for its quality accommodation and excellent food. The hotel is situated in the historic uphill area of Lincoln, located directly opposite the magnificent cathedral. There is ample free car parking; you can leave your car there all weekend and enjoy Lincoln on foot. All the bedrooms have en-suite facilities and are well equipped with, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer, trouser press and TV with the option of in-house movies. The restaurant has unrivalled views of the Cathedral and serves an excellent A la Carte and Daily Specials menu with an emphasis on local fare cooked in-house. The lounge and bar offers a delicious range of light meals and refreshments in spacious surroundings. There is also a tranquil garden for guests to relax in.

The fee for each weekend break is 235 per person sharing a twin/double room at the 3 star Lincoln Hotel, midweek breaks cost 135 per person on the same basis; there is an additional cost of 15 per person per night for a single room.

All our breaks are available without accommodation. If you do not require accommodation or would like to arrange your own the course only fee is 145 per person for a weekend break and 85 per person for a midweek break.

We offer a 5% discount on group bookings of four or more people.

You may however wish to arrange your own accommodation and we appreciate that people have differing needs and budgets. Lincoln has a wide range of accommodation from the city's Youth Hostel to luxury hotels. There is also a good range of smaller hotels, guest houses and B&Bs. You can also contact the Lincoln Tourist Office directly for further information:

9 Castle Hill



Getting to Lincoln is not difficult. There are good train services with London's Kings Cross Station only some 2 hours away. By road the newly improved A46 connects Lincoln directly with the A1 at Newark.

If you are still not sure where Lincoln is follow this link for a helpful map .

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