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Inns in Lincoln

The Pyewipe
Fossebank
Saxilby Road

Lincoln
Lincolnshire

LN1 2BG | View map

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Still within the City, this privately owned free house offers fine home-produced traditional cuisine, coupled with an idyllic location. It’s renowned for its unrushed and spacious layout for the discerning diner, with smoking & non-smoking areas. All food is cooked to order by qualified chefs catering for both small & large parties alike.

Its unique setting affords uninterrupted panoramic views over the Cathedral and its City with parking for 100 in its 4-acre site. A 20-minute picturesque walk, takes you along the Countries oldest surviving Roman Canal to the City Centre: shuttle boats available from Easter to September.

Complementing the Inn and adjacent to its mature trees, is the 20 room lodge, offering very roomy en-suite accommodation, with the personal touch of individually decorated rooms. A romantic evening meal followed by a comfortable stay in the Lodge’s king beds is becoming a regular attraction at the Pyewipe, even for locals.

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Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20
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Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
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