Within a few minutes drive to the medieval city of Lincoln, situated on a winding road off the Saxilby Road, The Pyewipe Inn offers a unique place to stay in Lincolnshire.
Lincoln Cathedral in the historic quarter can be clearly seen from this idyllic setting that is a stone’s throw away from the oldest man-made waterway in Britain, Fossdyke Canal which is thought to have been built by the Romans around 120 AD. It is popular and favourite watering hole for wanderers and offers narrowboat mooring right on the property’s doorstep.
The Lodge, which was added in 2001, boasts of spacious guest rooms with en-suite shower or bath. There are 7 twin size rooms, 13 double rooms, one disabled room plus the bridal suite. Each room is individually decorated with a television, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities and full central heating. Ironing facilities are also available for those who need them upon request. The rooms are very modern and well-appointed and are the perfect retreat for business or leisure travelers. The bridal suite’s prominent feature is a four-post bed and is the ideal choice for newlyweds or couples on a romantic getaway.
The restaurant and bar serve quality, carefully prepared and delicious food. Breakfast includes a wide range of options, and the dinner menu varies according to season. Guests can choose to have their meals in the dining room or out in the open on the Fossdyke Terrace. The staff are a credit to the Pyewipe Inn – they are friendly, helpful and provide great service.
The Pyewipe Inn is also perfect for weddings, banquets and corporate functions.
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