Housed in one of the oldest buildings in the beautiful and historic city of Lincoln, with food from award winning Chef Gavin Aitkenhead and exceptional service from Samantha Tomkins and her team, The Jews House Restaurant offers the finest food served by the friendliest staff in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.
At the Jews' House the aim is quite simple: To give you an experience you remember for its remarkable flavours and polished, attentive service.
Why not make it more than a day in Lincoln and find a cosy place to stay? Here are a few possibilities close by.
The Rest Boutique Hotel is set in an amazing location, tucked away on award winning cobbled street in the heart of the Historic Bailgate district. The Rest is the most central of hotels in Lincoln to stay in for Lincoln University, Cathedral, Castle and City Centre.
All rooms are ensuite and have their own private outside entrances, offering the independence of a luxury private hideaway with all the benefits of a cosy boutique hotel including plentiful breakfast options and a friendly team on hand to greet you and assist with your stay.
The Old Palace Lodge sits in the shadows of Lincoln Cathedral and is unique Church, converted into sixteen comfortable classic rooms, master rooms and a grand suite.
It is the perfect location to visit the ancient city of Lincoln where guests can visit the Castle, many independent shops, bars and restaurants. The Church is hidden just off our Steep Hill, amongst the cobbled streets.
The lodge blends traditional features, such as the beautiful stained-glass windows, with modern facilities in each room. It shows every bit of luxury with the added wow factor to the rooms.
The design of the rooms is cosy, yet spacious at the same time, giving you the perfect balance. Each room has a different theme, with a rich atmosphere in the air. The rooms offer great value for money, with breakfast and parking all included in the rates. The lodge is every bit of luxury any guest could wish for whilst visiting the historical City of Lincoln.
Breakfast provides a continental style buffet and a locally sourced hot breakfast menu. The breakfast room is sited in the main chapel and has the most amazing stained-glass windows in Lincoln.
There is a comfortable lounge for guests to relax after a busy day exploring Lincoln and a 24-hour reception to assist guests.
If you want something a bit different, The Old Palace Lodge is exactly the place for you.
A recently refurbished atmospheric Hotel at the centre of the most historic part of city, facing the castle & cathedral. We have free private parking and Wi-Fi.
Rooms at The White Hart Hotel Lincoln feature traditional furniture and décor, and come with a flat-screen TV, a writing desk and a private bathroom fitted with a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer. Some rooms have views of the Cathedral and come with a seating area with leather sofas.
We have an award winning restaurant and arguably the best cocktail bar in the city. With over 50 well appointed en-suite bedrooms, many with excellent views of the cathedral it's a fantastic place to stay when visiting Lincoln.
Looking for landmarks, attractions and places to go nearby - here's a few ideas to warm you up.
Lincoln Cathedral is truly majestic and brings tens of thousands of visitors to the city each year. It is one of Englands most notable Cathedrals with a rich history and many stories to tell.
Sitting proudly on the hill, seen from many directions, Lincoln Cathedral was once the world's tallest building (for ~238 years) until it's central spires came down in 1548. Today it is still an awe inspiring 83 metres (272 feet) in height.
The Lincoln Cathedral held one of the four Magna Carta copies for hundreds of years, one of which can still be seen at it's neighbouring Castle. Joint Castle and Cathedral passes can be purchased at serveral locations.
The Cathedrals magnificence can be seen in modern day films, including The Da Vinci Code, Young Victoria and Netflix film, The King.
Children will love exploring the various parts of the Cathedral, including finding the famous stone Imp, infamous in Lincoln with an interesting story behind how it came to be.
Everyone is welcome at Lincoln Cathedral, it's one place you simply cannot miss out when in Lincoln.
It's a Christmas Miracle - the Makers Market has special permission to go ahead this year, the same dates that the famous Lincoln Christmas Market was due to take place. Local's can visit the market safely, to find unique gifts for their loved ones this Christmas.
The Lincoln Artists’ Market is a group of traditional and contemporary artists who sell their work on a street market in Lincoln Castle Square and St. Martin's Square.
Before Covid-19, the markets were held every first Saturday of the month from March to December in the Castle Square, every third Saturday of the month in St. Martin's Square from June to September. Then at the Christmas Village in St. Martin’s Square on the Friday and Saturday of the Lincoln Christmas Market in December.
These unique markets offer a great opportunity to buy something a bit different for yourself or as gifts for others.
Find out more here.
The Lincoln Collection museum and gallery will host a special collection to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the births of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
The Collection Museum and the Usher Gallery will be home to treasures from London’s Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum as well as the National Portrait Gallery from October 5 to January 5 (2020).
You'll be able to see the first-ever Christmas card, paintings by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, Queen Victoria's favourite artist and chief portraitist of the Royal family, and, the unique 12th-century Gloucester Candlestick.