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Washingborough Hall Hotel - A Recommended Hotel
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The hotel has twelve individually styled and furnished bedrooms, including two four-poster bedrooms. All varying in shape and size, from standard doubles to executive and four-posters. All of the bedrooms have all modern facilities that guests would expect from a hotel of this calibre.
"The Dining Room" Restaurant is only a short distance from the hustle and bustle of Lincoln City Centre; the fortunate diner can escape into the tranquil oasis of a quintessential English country house to enjoy a culinary treat created by the Head Chef. The highest quality fresh produce is used in a Modern European style A La Carte menu complemented by a carefully selected wine list. The hotel are proud members of Taste of Lincolnshire, and whenever possible supplies are sourced from producers within the county.
Located just 3 miles from Lincoln and set within beautiful and secluded grounds with its own private entrance to the village church, Washingborough Hall is the perfect setting for your wedding. The venue is a quintessential English Country House dating back to the early 1700's and can currently cater for up to 50 for a Wedding Breakfast and an additional thirty guests for the evening reception. Washingborough Hall is also the perfect location for meetings and conferences; there are three conference rooms which can cater for up to 50 delegates depending on the room layout. The day delegate rate includes a one or two course lunch along with coffee on arrival as well as mid morning and mid afternoon breaks.
Lincoln possesses magnificent architectural heritage, centred on its world famous Cathedral and castle, Lincoln is a vivacious City mixing 2000 years of heritage with excellent shopping facilities and a lively arts and events programme. The historic Cathedral Quarter is close to some of the major attractions and offers the visitor a unique shopping experience. Many fine specialist shops line the cobbled streets. The Brayford Waterfront quarter is home to some of the newest and more diverse places to eat and drink; both formal and informal venues. In the evening the waterfront has a very cosmopolitan atmosphere, with a laid back atmosphere. Lincoln's Cultural Quarter is home to some of the city's newest developments, like The Collection, a fantastic new museum encompassing archaeological finds with fine, decorative and contemporary visual arts.
Please Note: There are no bedrooms on the ground floor.
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