Things to see and do - Lincoln
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Lincoln Travel guide
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Rising on a limestone plateau close to the River Witham, the triple towers of Lincoln Cathedral are visible for miles around. The town was first called Lindon, then became Lindum during the Roman occupation, and finally Lincoln after the Anglo-Saxon conquest. Part of the lower town has been pedestrianised and is dotted with medieval churches. Narrow streets climb up to the upper section of town with its imposing cathedral, castle and Roman remains.
Tourist attractions Lincoln : Things to see and do
The style of the first cathedral (1072-1092) was Norman throughout. It was re-roofed in 1141 following a fire. In 1185, Hugh of Avallon, a French monk, built the present Early English cathedral following an earthquake which virtually destroyed the or..
Medieval, though much restored, the Witham flows through its Norman arches (the "Glory Hole") and beneath the half-timbered houses on the bridge itself. Upriver is Brayford Pool, Lincoln's medieval port and downriver are two historic inns, ..
Nothing remains of the Norman keep or the wooden stockade built by William the Conqueror. This defensive tower was used for public hangings in the 19C. The Crown Court (1822-1826) is at the west end of the complex.
Bailgate GB - Lincoln LN1 3AR
Situated in the heart of Lincoln’s historical quarter, The White Hart Hotel Lincoln offers accommodation with a restaurant, a bar and a terrace within the shadows of the Cathedral. Fee WiFi access is available throughout the property and on-site publ..
Eastgate GB - Lincoln LN2 1PN
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Opposite the impressive Lincoln Cathedral and a 5-minute walk from the city centre is The Lincoln Hotel. Drinks can be enjoyed in the outdoor seating area and beautiful garden, while the Green Room Restaurant offers views of the cathedral. Local ing..
Bailgate GB - Lincoln LN13AP
Just 300 meters from Lincoln Cathedral and the medieval castle, Bail House offers luxury rooms, secured parking and a cosy guest lounge. Dating back to 1350, this property has a central location in Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter. The spacious rooms hav..
Brayford Wharf North GB - LN1 1YW Lincoln
15 The Strait GB - LN2 1JD Lincoln
At the bottom of a steep cobbled hill is this cosy stone house dating from 1150; reputedly Europe's oldest surviving dwelling. Bold, ambitious dishes display an eclectic mix of influences - the tasting menu is a hit. Service is charming.
30-32 Steep Hill GB - LN2 1LU Lincoln
Well-established pub with a cosy bar, period dining rooms and an airy beamed restaurant. Menus offer classical dishes with the odd Mediterranean or Asian influence, alongside daily specials, hearty breakfasts and over 20 wines by the glass.