Situated in an elevated position overlooking the Lincoln Aboretum, Hillcrest Hotel is a converted Rectory building with stylish contemporary guest rooms and attentive service.
We are ideal for business and leisure visits, being only moments away from the cathedral, castle and the main city centre.
A superb variety of breakfast options are served each morning in our Conservatory Restaurant and facilities include free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel including the guest lounge and bar. We have our own car park facilities for guests.
Our stylish guest rooms feature contemporary decor and high quality furnishings and each has its own fully tiled en-suite shower room – available on a B&B or room only basis.
We are the ideal base for couples, individuals and families with a range of rooms including doubles, Four Posters, singles and family rooms (maximum 2 adults 2 children).
Each room comprises a flat screen TV with Freeview channels, tea and coffee making facilities and other convenient extras including a radio alarm clock and hairdryer.
We allow one well behaved dog per room but ask that you contact us in advance if you would like to bring your pet.
Enjoy breakfast in our Conservatory Restaurant with views across our mature gardens and surrounding parkland.
Help yourself to our breakfast bar of cereals, juices, fruit, yoghurt and toasts followed by a Full English breakfast or a choice of lighter options including omelettes and breakfast muffins.
We are able to cater for special dietary requirements with prior notice.
We have a fantastic onsite Conservatory Restaurant and a fully stocked bar with a selection of soft drinks, spirits, bottled ales and lagers and wines.
Check in is available between 2pm and 9pm and rooms must be vacated by 10 30am on the day of departure.
Lincoln is a beautiful Cathedral city with a wide array of historic sites and attractions including the Castle and Gainsborough Old Hall – a magnificent ancient manor house, once used by Pilgrim Fathers before their set out for the New World.
Explore the magnificent timbered medieval buildings, take a trip up the river or explore some of the country’s most haunted buildings.
There are a number of galleries and museums in the city centre – well worth a visit to get some great background history of this beautiful city.