Comfortable and stylish accommodation ideally situated for exploring Lincoln with many attractions within walking distance including Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle, the Magna Carta exhibition, the famous Steep Hill and many more.
In the Bailgate area of Lincoln there are numerous independent shops, restaurants and take-aways to enhance your stay and the main shopping area can be reached by foot or public transport.
The cottage is ideally situated for exploring rural Lincolnshire as well with the attractive Lincolnshire Wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty, only 45 minutes away.
For the more energetic there are a number of activities nearby including numerous golf courses, cycle tracks and walks.
The cottage sleeps 4, in two bedrooms and has magnificent views of the historical Ellis Windmill.
Call Clare on 07790 158176 if you would like to book.
This lovely cosy cottage has a dining room with wood burner and a sitting room with TV and DVD with stunning views of Ellis windmill.
The kitchen has everything you need for a self-catering holiday, from the Smeg double oven to a dishwasher.
Outside there is a utility room with washing machine, tumble drier and ironing equipment. This is located across a pretty, secluded courtyard with seating in the summer. There is also a small garden at the front of the property.
There is a road side residents permit parking scheme in operation, a permit is included for the duration of your stay.
The cottage sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms, one with a king size bed and the other, a single bed with a stacker bed underneath. A cot and high chair can also be provided on request. All linen is provided and for stays of 3 nights or more, dressing gowns are included too. However, the property does have steeper than average stairs up to the bedrooms.
The bathroom complete with overhead shower, is downstairs.
There are numerous restaurants within in walking distance of the cottage. They do get busy on a Friday and Saturday night so booking is advisable. There are several takeaways within stepping distance, including the award winning Burton Road Chippy.
Mill Road is a quiet residential street, on the edge of the Lincoln Ridge. There are local amenities in the next street, Co-Op supermarket, pharmacy, takeaways, coffee shops and bakers.
A short drive from Lincoln, visit Gainsborough Old Hall, a medieval timber framed Manor House, or Doddington Hall, an Elizabethan Mansion, with beautiful gardens with farm, home and cycle shops. As well as a cafe and restaurant.
Further afield are the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds before reaching the Lincolnshire Coastal resorts of Skegness and Mablethorpe. Depending on the time of year you might see the seals at Gibralta Point or Donna Nook.
Lincoln -Birthplace of the tank.
In the first world war tanks were instrumental in crossing the trenches and barbed wire landscape of No Mans Land to break the deadlock. The first tanks were designed and made by William Tritton, a Lincolnshire agricultural engineer. They went into mass production, many built by women, in Lincoln. To meet demand they were built in many other British Cities too. But new models were designed, developed and tested here in Lincoln, on what is now Tritton Road. See one of the tanks in the Lincolnshire Life Museum directly behind the house. At the end of Mill Road there is even an anti tank wall!
Home of the Dambusters
In the Second World War, the many RAF bases were instrumental in winning the war, RAF Scampton was home of Squadron 617 The Dambusters. Advanced booking is required to visit the Heritage Centre there. Lincoln has the tallest War Memorial in the world to honour the fallen of the RAF Bomber Command country. An excellent and informative visit.’s Military
40 Mill Road is easily accessible by car from Lincoln A46 bypass or a train to Lincoln Central Station. Although you might want to take a taxi to save you the 20 minute walk up a steep hill or there is also a bus which links the south of the city where the railway station is, with the top, called ‘The Walk and Ride Steep Hill Shuttle’ more information and the timetable can be viewed HERE!