This charming terraced cottage has been beautifully restored and provides perfect accommodation within the Cathedral Quarter and within a short stroll of historic Bailgate.
The bedroom window provides tantalising views towards the Vale of Belvoir and Lincoln, inspiring lots of ideas for days exploring the delights of Lincolnshire and its crowning glory; this wonderful city.
Guests will appreciate the luxurious bathroom following a day sightseeing.
The well-equipped galley-style kitchen provides everything you need to cook that perfect meal.
The open plan living area is the perfect place to snuggle up in front of the Smart TV with a glass of wine whilst being warmed by the electric woodburner-effect stove.
On summer evenings, step outside and relax on the patio with its table and chairs.
Rising high above the gentle Lincolnshire Wolds from the banks of the River Witham, the ancient city of Lincoln is dominated by its magnificent cathedral.
It is the third largest medieval cathedral in the country and is a wonderful sight, towering over the city and surrounding countryside.
Many of Lincoln's other attractions are centred around the cathedral; in particular, the impressive Norman castle home to the Magna Carta and Charter of the Forest.
The Cathedral Quarter has a charming mix of medieval and Georgian houses which fringe the aptly named Steep Hill which leads to the High Street and the vaulted High Bridge.
Lincolnshire is home to some tasty local delicacies; the famous sausage, plum bread and Poacher cheese.
For culture lovers Lincoln is immersed in heritage.
There are festivals throughout the year from music and dance to Steampunk and carnivals.
There are a great selection of guided walks and tours including the ever popular and award-winning ghost tour if you dare!
Lincoln offers an eclectic mix of speciality shopping including designer brands and vintage and retro boutiques.
This charming cottage is an ideal base whatever you choose to do.
About the location
Newark 17 miles.
The city of Lincoln offers numerous places to visit, making it an ideal holiday destination. Its impressive hill-top medieval cathedral not only boasts striking architecture but was also a film location for both The Da Vinci Code and coronation scenes in Young Victoria. Walk the walls of Lincoln Castle and climb the tower, taking in views over the city. In the summer months, enjoy the open-air theatre, pop and rock concerts and re-enactment weekends in the castle grounds. The castle also houses Lincoln’s Magna Carta. Lincoln has great shopping with quaint and quirky independent shops in the cathedral quarter, including the famous Christmas Market in early December. The area offers several aviation attractions from World War II museums to present day airfields. Nearby Scampton is home to the Red Arrows and the Dambusters Inn and Heritage Centre, while RAF Waddington offers an annual air show. Other local attractions include Doddington Hall, Whisby Nature Park, Hartsholme Country Park, Lincolnshire's transport museum and Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park, making Lincoln an excellent destination for all the family.
Note: Babes-in-arms only.