The Hotel

Hillcrest outsideHillcrest is a family run hotel in Lincoln, approximately 5 to 10 minutes walk to Lincoln Cathedral & Castle.

The hotel was was originally built in 1871 as St Swithins Parsonage, but was later converted by a Wing Commander and due to the elevated position, boasts amazing views of the Lincoln Arboretum and the surrounding area. We are within easy walking distance to explore Lincoln’s vast history, including Lincoln Cathedral, Castle, and the Bailgate area where you will find Steep Hill, also a variety of locally run shops and fine restaurants. Those of you who enjoy art and viewing historical artefacts can visit the Usher Art Gallery and Museum, also the Lincolnshire Life Museum. For those of you are daring, why not try the night ghost walk around the Castle, Cathedral and Bailgate area.  If you are working at or visiting Lincoln County Hospital we are within easy walking distance.

Whilst at the hotel you can enjoy a nice cold drink in the summer, or a nice cup of tea or Stokes coffee in the winter in the bar or conservatory which is open Monday to Saturday & overlooks our mature garden, why not take advantage of our free WiFi which is available throughout the hotel at the same time.

Please note, at times the bar & conservatory will be closed if the hotel is quiet, but you will be advised upon or prior to arrival.  If you would like to be advised prior to making a reservation, please contact the hotel and we will be able to advise.

Our comfortable bedrooms are available in single, double, twin, family, and a four poster bedroom, and all offer ensuite facilities, flat screen TV with Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities and feather duvets for that home from home feeling.

We offer a free on site car park for all guests whom book directly, which is on a first come first serve basis.

The Hillcrest Hotel are pleased to accept one dog per room with prior arrangement when the reservation is made directly through us. If booked via another company there will be a £10 charge per stay.

 

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