Cheap Hotels in Lincoln
Stay with us and you can experience all the frills of a city spa break at a fraction of the cost. Add in our airy, modern rooms, free fibre Wi-Fi, welcoming bar and restaurant, and hearty all-you-can-eat breakfast and your Lincoln getaway is starting to l ook like a winner.Tucked away to the south of the city centre just off the A46, ibis Lincoln features all the things that make ibis such a popular choice: low room rates, cosy Sweet Beds, happy, welcoming staff and filling snacks at all hours of the day.
Central Lincoln hotel near Lincoln University with breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Lincoln City Centre hotel is a 15-minute walk from Lincoln Central for direct trains to Sheffield and Nottingham. Jet-off from Humberside Airport (HUY), 50-minutes from our hotel, or drive to East Midlands Airport in an hour and a half. Discover the culture and stunning views of this historic city; wander around the grounds of Lincoln Castle or visit Lincoln Cathedral, where Da Vinci Code was filmed. Take a stroll down the cobbled streets, enjoy some retail therapy on Lincoln High Street or Music lover? Head to gigs at the Engine Shed or if you fancy a show, New Theatre Royal is a short drive away. Recharge your batteries after a day of exploring. Our comfortable bedrooms are kitted out with handy conveniences like flat-screen TVs and en suites with power showers. Stream your favourite shows to your device with our fast and free Wi-Fi or curb those midnight cravings with something to eat from our 24-hour snack menu. When you wake up, head to the inclusive breakfast buffet for some fuel for your day: warm baps, croissants and coffees.
Smart Lincoln hotel near the city centre with free WiFi and a Starbucks coffee shop Holiday Inn® Lincoln hotel sits on the Brayford Waterfront, a lively area lined with bars and eateries.It's less than half a mile to Lincoln Central station and about a one-hour drive to East Midlands Airport (EMA) and Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA). A short stroll takes you to shopping in the High Street Quarter, the Waterside Shopping Centre or the independent boutiques along historic Bailgate. You can also catch performances at the nearby Lincoln Theatre Royal or The Engine Shed. Business guests are close to central appointments as well as conferences at the Cathedral Centre. Our 3 well-equipped meeting rooms can accommodate events for up to 40 people. At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free WiFi, A Starbucks coffee shop, On-site parking, Kids stay and eat free, Each stylish, welcoming room includes a pillow menu to customise your comfort, as well as a flat-screen TV and coffee/tea maker. Some rooms include sofa beds. Wake up to a full English breakfast or an invigorating workout in the mini gym. In the evening, you can relax with a drink in the sports bar, enjoy waterfront views over a tasty meal at the Brayford Room restaurant or have a quiet night in with 24-hour room service.
Windmill Farm Lincoln offers everything under one roof: A striking hotel with dining, a beer garden with an outside play area for children, and parking for over 300 cars. The hotel offers a welcoming escape from the world outside, with stylish rooms that are furnished to ensure your relaxation and comfort. All rooms are fully equipped with a bath/shower, tea/coffee making facilities, television, trouser press and hairdryer. Windmill Farm Lincoln also has conference facilities for up to 200 delegates. Please note all of the rooms are situated above the function room and noise from functions may be heard up until midnight.
Near Hartsholme Country Park
Near Lincoln Cathedral
With a stay at Horse and Jockey in Lincoln, you'll be within the vicinity of Sincil Bank and Lincoln Cathedral. This inn is within the vicinity of University of Lincoln and Usher Gallery.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms. Bathrooms with showers are provided.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Horse and Jockey. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary breakfast is included.
In the city center
Near Lincoln Castle
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 public parking is possible free of charge. Rooms at The White Hart Hotel Lincoln feature traditional furniture and décor, and come with a flat-screen TV, a writing desk and a private bathroom fitted with a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer. Some rooms have views of the Cathedral and come with a seating area with leather sofas. Guests can enjoy a range of regional specialities for lunch and dinner on the hotel's Grille restaurant and get cocktails and refreshments in the bar throughout the day. An array of cafés, pubs and restaurants serving British and world cuisine is located in the immediate surroundings of the accommodation. Lincoln's historic sites are all within easy walking distance, including the city's 11th-century Cathedral, its Norman Castle and the cobbled streets of Bailgate.
Found in the heart of uphill Lincoln, The Lincoln Hotel offers stunning views of the famous Cathedral, and is a modern hotel with chic recently restored interiors. During your stay you can unwind in the lounge, taking in views of the Cathedral, dine in the sophisticated Green Room or enjoy a drink in the retro Bar ’67. Rooms offer luxurious beds, flat-screen TVs and free wi-fi access.
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Hotels in Lincoln
Set in one of England's most beautiful cathedral cities, Lincoln Hotels are the perfect base for visiting Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle and the sounding area of Lincolnshire.
One of England's oldest cities, Lincoln's history can be traced as far back as the Iron Age. In the Roman period, Lincoln was originally established as a settlement for army veterans. Following the Norman Conquest in 1066, Lincoln Castle was built on the site of a pre-existing Roman fortress. The castle is today one of the main historical attractions in Lincoln, and a museum inside the castle charts the fortification's exciting medieval and post-medieval history.
A short walk from Lincoln Castle is the most iconic attraction in the city, Lincoln Cathedral. Dominating the city skyline, the cathedral is one of Europe's most celebrated Gothic structures. Also commissioned by William the Conqueror following the Norman Conquest, the cathedral was consecrated in 1092. Following fires and natural disasters, the cathedral was renovated throughout the following centuries. The cathedral holds one of four remaining copies of the Magna Carta, and is full of interesting sculptures and anti-chambers – best experienced on one of the regular tours of the building.
There are a great number of other historical points of interest in and around Lincoln. The 16th-century Guildhall arches over the main high street, with free guided tours offered regularly throughout the week. The nearby High Bridge, dating from 1160, is the oldest bridge in the UK still to have buildings on it. Travel a little further out of town and Cogglesford Watermill, with a history reaching back to Anglo Saxon times, makes for a fun day-trip.
Lincoln is a great place to enjoy a spot of shopping, whether you're perusing along the historical High Street or poking around small boutiques close to the waterfront. Bailgate in the Cathedral Quarter is full of charming independent shops beside cobbled streets, and the area around the cathedral is also the site of regular farmers' and craft markets, as well as the annual Christmas Market.
Away from the historical delights of the Cathedral Quarter, Lincoln is a modern city with all the restaurants, cafés and bars you'd expect of 21st-century life. The Brayford Waterfront is a beautiful place to walk at night and is home to the Odeon cinema complex as well as a number of pubs and nightclubs. Close by, near Lincoln University, is the Engine Shed – the largest live music venue in the region and a great place to enjoy live bands, comedy and student club nights.
If you're travelling with a car, Lincoln is excellently situated for exploring the local area. Head east and you'll soon come to Lincolnshire Wolds, deemed an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Keep going and you'll soon reach the seaside town of Skegness. Drive north from Lincoln and you'll find Scunthorpe, or head west and you'll soon reach Sheffield, the biggest city in the area and home to the Millennium Gallery, the Kelham Island Museum and the Crucible Theatre.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Lincoln
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Lincoln?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Lincoln are Holiday Inn Express LINCOLN CITY CENTRE, Ibis Lincoln and The Lincoln Hotel.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Lincoln?The lowest price for a double room in Lincoln is £32.
What are the best hotels in Lincoln near the center?If you want to stay near the center of Lincoln, you can consider staying at Holiday Inn Express LINCOLN CITY CENTRE, Holiday Inn LINCOLN and Huckleberrys Bar & Grill.
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