Enjoy a luxury boutique hotel stay with a fine dining experience set in an early Georgian House among three acres of gardens and woodland.
Stay in an early Georgian House boutique hotel, set in three acres of mature garden and woodland just over 2 miles east from Lincoln’s historic city.
Over 300 years old, Washingborough Hall is a former Rectory and retains its original elegant Georgian character and proportions yet has been lovingly refurbished to cater for today’s discerning traveller.
Independently owned and managed by Lucy and Edward Herring, you can be sure of a warm, friendly welcome here whether you are staying for business or pleasure. The 20 individually designed rooms include two four-poster suites, all make the most of their original features.
Washingborough Hall is close to the Water Rail Way cycle route, and storage facilities for bicycles can be arranged. The hotel is also dog-friendly.
Washingborough Hall is highly regarded as a superb place for special occasion dining, Sunday luncheon and also the celebration of family events. The restaurant has 2 AA rosettes led by award-winning head-chef Mark Cheseldine.
Mark is passionate about flavour and presentation, using locally sourced, fresh ingredients, creating inspirational menus with flair and freshness. Joint head chef with Anthony Smith, they are responsible for a team of 7, all are dedicated to high kitchen standards and methods of cookery using the highest quality fresh produce, locally sourced from the farms and fields of Lincolnshire.
Afternoon tea is also available each day from 12 pm – 4 pm (except for Sundays when it is served from 3 pm) and can be served for groups of up to 100 people: a delicious treat for a birthday celebration or get-together.
Dinner is served in the elegant Georgian ‘Sibthorpe’ Room each evening: à la carte with a delicious selection of British seasonal dishes, including meat, fish and game, complemented with fine wines, local cheeses and mouth-watering desserts.