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Lincoln Hotel
Eastgate
Lincoln
Lincolnshire

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Come in to a warm welcome, from all the staff of Lincoln's leading independent hotel. We will do all we can to make your visit special. The hotel is located right next to the Cathedral, within the close and offering great views. We have a beautiful garden, a large car park as well as a well stocked bar and a restaurant offering fresh local food. We pride ourselves on our family service and look forward to welcoming you to the Lincoln and trust you have a very pleasant stay in our magnificent historic city. Our reception area allows guests the freedom of wireless internet access, as do our five small function rooms, which are available for hire. The restaurant with its hues of ‘rhubarb and custard’, boasts the best view in the city ,air conditioning and a fantastic eclectic menu, which uses locally produced ingredients. Our bar is proud to announce ‘Friday night is Jazz Night’ , every Friday night at the Lincoln hotel, with live entertainment!

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