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The Horse and Jockey
High Street
Waddington

Lincoln
Lincolnshire

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Our Quality Four Star (Quality in Tourism) Bed & Breakfast offers cosy comfortable en-suite accommodationThe Horse & Jockey is a Traditional English Village pub set in the centre of Lincolnshire in the heart of Waddington village. Originally a Sixteenth Century Coaching Inn the pubs history exceeds that of many of its surrounding buildings. Built from local Lime Stone and Oak framed the Grade 1 listed building is a beautiful example of a community pub of this age. Serving traditional locally sourced home-cooked food our New Menu is ever adapting to popular demand and seasonal changes.Situated 4 miles south of historical Lincoln, Waddington is ideally placed as a quiet retreat from the busy city life whilst retaining easy access to many of Lincoln's popular events; Lincolnshire Christmas Market, Lincolnshire Show, Waddington International Air Display and Newark's Antique Fairs.Only 1/4 mile from RAF Waddington we also offer comfortable accomodation for RAF personnel and their Families

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