Lincoln Cathedral floats high above the city and can be seen for miles around in every direction. It's a sight that has welcomed visitors for nearly a thousand years.
Lincoln's heritage dates back to Roman times and there are many fascinating buildings to discover. Visit the Museum of Lincolnshire Life for a hands-on experience and learn about the people of Lincolnshire and see displays of art and archeaology at The Collection.
William the Conqueror ordered a Castle to be built in 1068, closely followed in 1072 by the Cathedral. There are amazing plans for the Castle over the next few years and new areas will be opened up to tell more stories of its battles and prisoners held captive.
Shopping is great too, with lots of quirky, individual shops, particularly in the Bailgate area, but head down the aptly names Steep Hill to discover Brayford Pool. Here you can take a leisurely boat trip or ride your bike on one of the new riverside paths.
There's so much to see and do, come and visit soon.
From the lane turn onto the bridle track. This is an unmade road, there is no lighting along either the lane nor the 300m track. The driveway into the property is gravel. with a gravel parking area.
Unloading - luggage maybe unloaded directly outside each room, stone patio areas outside each room. There is ample parking for guests on gravel, there is lighting in the area outside the rooms and in the open barn parking area.
GUEST ROOM ENTRANCES
Each room has a small slabbed area outside the doors. The Harris Suite and The Old Feed Room have no threshold steps, entrance is through stable doors, opening outwards. The Old Kennel is accessed through French doors opening outwards. Doorways are wider than normal (soon updated with measurements)
Each guest bedroom has a tiled floor and tiled bathroom floor. All wetrooms have walk-in showers with gently sloped floors, not shower trays. All rooms are well ventilated with roof lights and/or opening windows/stable doors also providing good natural light.
Breakfast may be taken in guests' bedrooms at no extra charge. There is a walk over gravel of some 20 metres to the conservatory for breakfast. The entrance to the conservatory has a step.
Assistance dogs are very welcome.
We are more than happy to assist guests wherever possible, please feel free to ask.
Please let us know of any special requirements when you book and we will do our best to help.
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Only half a mile from the Lincolnshire Showground, Bridleway B&B has a fantastic location; set beside an oak wood yet only five minutes to Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter.
Bridleway B&B is a country retreat just a short journey from the historic city of Lincoln: found at the end of a bridle track with no neighbours save the flock of Southdown sheep, tame, free-range hens and resident horses.
All the rooms at Bridleway are in converted stables with their own private ground floor access and feature underfloor heating and wet rooms. Care has been taken to retain the character of the old building so exposed timbers and brickwork remain.
You will enjoy homemade cake on arrival and breakfast is produced using locally sourced food wherever possible.
Reviewed on The Telegraph Travel website. Check availability and book on the Free to Book website.
There is secure bike storage and drying facilities for your clothes at Bridleway B&B making it an ideal base for a cycling break in Lincoln being near to National Cycle Route 1.
Courtesy lifts available from Lincoln Central Railway Station
Secure bike storage and drying facilities
Stabling/manege/paddock available for guests with horses paragraph here.
Museum of Lincolnshire Life (Rasen Lane)
Brayford Waterfront (Brayford Wharf North, moved to Newland in case of an event on the Brayford)
St Marks Shopping Centre
High Street (St. Swithin's Square)
Cultural Quarter (Silver Street).
Riseholme Gorse, Grange de Lings, Lincoln LN2 2LY
01522 545693 / 07756563136