Situated just beyond Lincoln's city limits, Washingborough Hall Hotel emerges as a true hidden gem, radiating charm and elegance. Managed by the delightful Lucy and Ed Herring, guests are guaranteed a personalized and warm experience from the moment they arrive. The charm of the hotel lies not just in its stunning architecture or the meticulously maintained gardens that surround it, but the intimate atmosphere and attention to detail that Lucy and Ed bestow upon every aspect of your stay. Washingborough Hall Hotel promises an unforgettable experience. Its cozy rooms, exquisite dining, and serene setting make it an ideal choice. The hotel's commitment is evident in every smiling staff member, every well-appointed room, and in the satisfied sighs of guests basking in the tranquility of this lovely establishment. In short, Washingborough Hall is not just one of Lincoln’s best hotels; it’s a romantic haven where every stay feels like a special occasion
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Washingborough Hall Hotel, Church Hill, Washingborough, Lincoln, UK
Doddington Hall & Gardens
Doddington Hall, under the stewardship of Claire and James Birch since 2006, stands out as a premier destination among my British Isles & Ireland's historic houses collection. The Birches' true dedication to enhancing the visitor experience is evident in every facet of this majestic estate.
The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre is a privately owned and run Museum and was set up by two farming brothers, Fred and Harold Panton. It has been built up as a memorial to Bomber Command and primarily as a tribute to their eldest brother Christopher Witton Panton, who was shot down and killed