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Enjoy the Best Hotels in Lincolnshire

A visit to Lincolnshire makes for a relaxing break, but you want to ensure you are staying in one of the best hotels in Lincolnshire, right?

Each hotel has to be beautifully decorated, totally unique and absolutely fabulous!

Best Hotels in Lincolnshire

We’ve listed five of the best hotels in Lincolnshire below so you can pick out the next location for your exciting break away!

Washingborough Hall Country House

Washingborough Hall Country House is a delightful Grade II listed Georgian manor house, located at the heart of the lovely village of Washingborough, just two miles from the city of Lincoln.

Set in three acres of tranquil gardens, this boutique hotel has just 12 elegant, individually designed bedrooms, making it the ideal choice for an intimate, romantic break.

Most rooms overlook the pretty gardens and are well equipped with flat screen TVs, free wi-fi, tea/coffee making facilities, complementary bottles of water and homemade biscuits.

All rooms are en-suite, with sumptuous bathrooms and complementary L’Occitane toiletries.

The bedrooms at Washingborough Hall Country House include two rooms with four poster beds and two charming single rooms.

It is a wonderfully luxurious place to stay, with tasteful décor, highly attentive, friendly staff and delicious food.

Lucy Herring is a trained Cordon Bleu cook who ensures that all food served at Washingborough Hall is of the most mouth-wateringly high standard.

Washingborough Hall Country House Hotel has deservedly won several awards, including Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence for 2013.


Washingborough Hall Country House, Church Hill, Washingborough, Lincoln, LN4 1BE

Local attractions

The City of Lincoln, The Lincolnshire Show, The Waddington Air Show, The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Trail, and The Lincoln Christmas Market.

Branston Hall Hotel

Branston Hall Hotel is a delightful 3 star country-house hotel, surrounded by 88 acres of stunning parkland, only three miles south of Lincoln.

Exuding a feeling of relaxed and understated luxury in tranquil settings, this 53 bedroom hotel is perfect for couples and families alike. It is a wonderful base for exploring the city of Lincoln and further afield.

The award-winning Lakeside Restaurant is perfectly located, with stunning views over the lake and rolling parkland. It has a reputation for serving excellent food, with frequently changing menus that make best use of local, seasonal produce.

The Lakeside Restaurant at Branston Hall Hotel also has a reputation for serving some of the best breakfasts in Lincolnshire!

All 53 en-suite rooms are individually designed to incorporate country-house style with the ultimate in comfort.

They range in size, from grand rooms with a 4-poster bed and sofas to delightful single rooms.

All rooms have the facilities – complementary toiletries, free WiFi, tea/coffee making facilities, etc – that you would expect from one of the the best luxury hotels in Lincolnshire.

Branston Hall Hotel also has a leisure suite which all residents have full use of. This excellent leisure suite consists of a well- equipped gym, swimming pool, sauna and spa bath.

Should you feel the need for a spot of pampering during your stay at Branston Hall, there is a Simpsons Spa located within the leisure suite.

Here you can receive a whole range of wonderful massages, detox therapies and beauty treatments (these have to be booked in advance and do cost extra).


Branston Hall Hotel, Branston, Lincoln, LN4 1PK

Local attractions

The City of Lincoln, The Lincolnshire Show, The Waddington Air Show, The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Trail, and The Lincoln Christmas Market.

The George of Stamford

The George of Stamford is a Lincolnshire legend and a home from home for traditional luxury.

For over 900 years, this wonderful hotel has offered a warm welcome to weary travellers – including King Charles I, King William III and Sir Walter Scott (author of Ivanhoe)!

A quaint coaching inn with lovely gardens, it exudes a sense of English history without being stuffy and old-fashioned. The George manages to successfully combine tradition with modern comforts.

The George of Stamford provides its customers with the highest standards of comfort, service and food.

Its 47 delightfully decorated bedrooms are en-suite and well-equipped with such features as Freeview, WiFi and complementary newspaper.

Full English Breakfast and complementary early-morning tea/coffee are included in the room price. Do beware that roadside rooms may be noisy – if possible, ask for a quiet room at the back.

There are two restaurants at The George of Stamford. First, the more formal Oak Panelled Restaurant (which has an evening dress code requiring gentlemen to wear jackets) and the more informal Garden Lounge Restaurant. Both restaurants are renowned for their excellence in food and service.


The George of Stamford, 71 St Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2LB

Local attractions

The lovely town of Stamford, Burghley House, Burghley Horse Trials, the Stamford Shakespeare Season.

Winteringham Fields

Strictly speaking, Winteringham Fields isn’t a hotel, but a restaurant with rooms.

However, we consider it to be the most wonderful restaurant with fabulously luxurious rooms.

Winteringham Fields is a food-lover’s paradise and is the perfect destination for an overnight stay.

If you’re wanting to celebrate a special event in total luxury, whether it’s a romantic break or a family occasion, then look no further. 

The owner and head chef, Colin McGuman, trained at a 2 Michelin-starred restaurant in France – so you can be assured that you are in for a gastronomic treat when you visit!

There are 11 stunning en-suite rooms and suites at Winteringham Fields, some with either jacuzzi or aromatherapy baths. All are individually designed to the highest specifications.

The standard of food, service and accommodation at Winteringham Fields is so high that many customers return time after time. Indeed, such is its fantastic reputation, visitors often travel from overseas to stay here.

The lovely market towns of Louth and Horncastle are not too far away, neither are The Lincolnshire Wolds and Lincolnshire Coast.


Winteringham Fields, 1 Silver Street, Winteringham, Lincolnshire, DN15 9ND

Local attractions

Louth, The Lincolnshire Wolds, Lincolnshire Coast.

The Brownlow Arms

The Brownlow Arms is a small 17th century country inn, located in the picturesque village of Hough on the Hill, just seven miles from Grantham.

Offering a winning combination of cosy comfort, luxurious 5* bedrooms, delicious food, good value for money and a warm country welcome, The Brownlow Arms is a fantastic place to stay.

If you want a relaxing break in a tranquil setting, The Brownlow Arms is for you.

It has an award-winning restaurant including an enticing country bar with log fire. There is also a delightful landscaped terrace, refurbished to the highest order.

The restaurant at The Brownlow Arms offers classic menus with a modern twist, focusing on seasonal produce – the end result is totally delicious food.

There is a lovely relaxed, happy atmosphere that pervades the whole of The Brownlow Arms, including the restaurant.

Nothing is too much trouble for any of the staff, no matter how busy they are. The restaurant is very popular with locals and, indeed, people travel for miles to eat here – all enjoying the wonderful meals and ambience that The Brownlow Arms has to offer.

The 7 en-suite bedrooms are bright, elegant and extremely comfortable. They are very well equipped, with complementary tea/coffee/ biscuits/toiletries, as well as soft fluffy towels, dressing gowns and slippers. All rooms also have a flat screen TV, DVD player complete with DVDs, as well as free Wifi.

A reviewer from The Sunday Telegraph commented that the bedrooms at The Brownlow Arms: “could easily grace a luxury town house hotel with double their price tag”. She also described the restaurant as being “faultless”. What more can we say?


Grantham Road, Hough on the Hill, Lincolnshire, NG25 2AZ

Local attractions

Belton House, Woolsthorpe Manor (home of Sir Isaac Newton), Belvoir Castle, Barnsdale Gardens.

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