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Washingborough Hall Hotel
Church Hill

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Washingborough Hall Hotel is located just 2 1/2 miles from Lincoln town centre on the B1190. A former Georgian Manor House, this elegant hotel stands in 3 acres of beautiful secluded grounds and is an ideal base from which to explore historic Lincoln and the surrounding countryside. The hotel has 12 en-suite bedrooms which are individually decorated and equipped with modern facilities. Features include an award winning restaurant, bar and complimentary parking.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Room:

Double: From 95
Single: From 70
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Room Service
Open All Year
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Sample Menu:


Seared Scallops with Roasted Red Pepper
And Anchovy Butter on Garlic Crostini 5.25

Chefs Soup of the Day 3.95

(V)Marinated Melon with Lavender and Grenadine 3.50

Smoked Salmon with Creamed Rocket,
Cucumber and Chilli 4.50

Mussels with Shallots and Thyme 3.95

Gourmet Pate (Pork, Veal, Chicken Liver and Ham) 3.50

Main Course

Seared Tuna with Mussels
And Confit of Lemon 13.95

Lamb Fillet, Provencal Vegetables,
Braised Onion and Thyme Oil 14.95

Linguine with Crevettes, Asparagus
Garlic and Peppers 13.95

Pork Escalopes with Roast Apple and Cider Sauce 12.95

Salt and Thyme Crusted Beef
With Salsa Verde and Dandelion Mash 14.95

Roast Chicken Salad
With Beans, Olives, Lemon and Parsley 12.95

(V) Summer Vegetable Casserole 9.95

A Selection of Homemade Desserts
From 3.50

Please note DB&B Guests have a 25.00 Dinner Allowance

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