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White Hart
Bailgate
Lincoln
Lincolnshire

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The White Hart Hotel sits proudly midway between the medieval splendour of Lincoln Cathedral and the imposing walls of Lincoln Castle. There have been hostelries on this site stretching way back in history and it is recorded that King Richard II stayed here in 1372.

The present building reflects the stature of its noble heritage and presents a comfortable, refined ambience ideal for both business and pleasure, whilst the antique furnishings and tasteful decor throughout the hotel enhance the overall atmosphere.

Each of the 48 individually appointed bedrooms are named after a Bishop of Lincoln, with some enjoying breathtaking views of the historic Cathedral, and others gazing down onto the quaint cobbled streets of Bailgate.

The White Hart is a non smoking establishment throughout.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 48
Number Ensuite: 48
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Restaurant

Name: King Richard Restaurant

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No Smoking Rooms
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