The Hollies Lincoln The Hollies, 65 Carholme Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 1RT

"The Hollies is a privately owned Victorian period residence of considerable character and charm. The hotel retains many original features and the unique ambience contributes to a feeling of individual comfort reminiscent of a bygone era. You may enjoy a drink in the bar and relax in the warm and homely atmosphere of the Victorian parlour."

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The Hollies
Guest House

65 Carholme Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 1RT
Telephone: 01522 522419
Fax: 01522 522419
Victorian period residence of considerable character and charm
The Hollies is a privately owned Victorian period residence of considerable character and charm. The house retains many original features and the unique ambience contributes to a feeling of individual comfort reminiscent of a bygone era. The Victorian parlour has a warm and homely atmosphere.

The Hollies, in Lincoln, is open all year round with the exception of Christmas Bank Holidays. Private parking for residents.

Wi-Fi available on request.

  • Ideal lodging for your short break in Lincoln.
  • Homely commercial accommodation in Lincoln close to business areas.
  • Relaxing environment for your business stay in Lincoln.
  • Covenient place to stay in Lincoln very close to University Campus, just right for parents visiting their student offspring.
  • If you are simply looking for comfortable tourist accommodation in Lincoln at a reasonable price then The Hollies will be sure to suit you.
At the Hollies, in Lincoln, you can get bed and breakfast holiday accommodation and short breaks, a business stay or commercial lodging. We are a good tourist lodging and guest house centrally placed for your stay in Lincoln.
Holllies, Lincoln, 20K
Holllies, Lincoln, 20K
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Holllies, Lincoln, 8K
Comfortable bedrooms providing a cosy retreat to freshen up, watch a bit of telly, apply the finishing touches to tomorrow's business presentation, or merely to chill out with a cup of tea/coffee.

Whilst you are helping yourself to your buffet cereals, grapefruit, yoghurts and orange juice, your full English breakfast and hot toast will be freshly cooked to order and served straight from the stove to your table.

The spacious Victorian parlour is perfect for a bit of quiet time after breakfast before beginning your day's work, shopping trip or sightseeing.

Holllies, Lincoln, 11K
Holllies, Lincoln, 11K
Bed and Breakfast Room Rates

Single from £39
Double / Twin from £49

Some bargain week-end breaks are available from £98 for two people covering two nights bed and breakfast between Friday and Sunday.

Credit card details will be requested to secure all reservations and we would ask that customers note our cancellation policy which is that in the event of reservations not being taken up, a charge equal to one night's stay will be made unless we are notified at least 48hrs prior to expected arrival time.
Holllies, Lincoln, Credit Cards Accepted, 11K
Local Attractions
Local Attractions
Just a few hundred yards from The Hollies is the Brayford Marina where you may indulge in waterside dining on food and drink to suit all tastes. Italian, Mexican, Indian, Oriental and traditional English restaurants all await you (one even on a boat). Alongside these are numerous bars in various styles fit for all age groups, most serving pub style food in either congenial or trendy modern surroundings whichever is your preference.

The city centre of Lincoln
A ten minute stroll from The Hollies and passing along the waterfront you arrive in the city centre shopping areas where you'll find two department stores, all the usual multiples and, as you climb further up the High Street, the more individual boutiques for those select items.

Climbing further towards the Castle and Cathedral quarter the narrowing old thoroughfare of Steep Hill will offer you short rest stops in quaint tea rooms, art galleries, craft shops, antique book shops and, for those you have abandoned all cares of calorie intake, hand made chocolates!

Lincoln Castle houses a recreation of the old prison as well as one of the few remaining copies of the most famous document in English history; The Magna Carta. You can also stroll around the top of the ancient walls and climb the main tower to see stunning views of the whole city and surrounding county (and .. yes.. you can see The Hollies from there too).

Lincoln Cathedral may not be as famous as Canterbury or York Minster but it surprises the visitor with its vast majesty. If your heart is in good fettle then we recommend taking the Roof Tour which is a fascinating eye-opener and a unique experience; well worth the effort.

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