Charolotte House Hotel

Situated in Lincolns historic Cathedral Quarter directly opposite Lincoln Castle, the hotel enjoys an enviable location and is surrounded by 8 acres of landscaped gardens which include the Sir Joseph Banks conservatory, a 5000 sq ft tropical glasshouse with exotic plants and running water features and the beautiful John Dawber walled gardens. The Art Deco style building offers some of the finest accommodation available in Lincoln.

The Willis Suite

The hotel has 14 individually designed bedrooms and suites:

Including the luxurious ‘Willis’ Bridal Suite with it’s super king size four-poster bed, separate lounge (both with 42” plasma televisions) and huge luxury en-suite bathroom including contemporary free standing bath for 2 and Raindance Shower.

The Willis Suite

The Willis Suite

The Willis Suite

During our stay in the hotel we were lucky enough to have been accommodated in the Willis Suite. Breakfast as I mentioned before was nice, but served in an unusual way.

Sir Joseph Banks conservatory

The Sir Joseph Banks conservatory is impressive and surprisingly had plant life growing from within and without!!

John Dawber walled garden

The John Dawber walled gardens are a quiet oasis, a lovely place to sit and rest a while.

5 Comments CherryPie on Jul 18th 2016

5 Responses to “Charlotte House Hotel – Lincoln”

  1. James Higham says:

    Not sure if they’re your Renaissance roots showing or what era but they’re showing. :)

  2. What’s inside their glass house?

  3. I went to see this today!

    There was a pop-up restaurant in the green house.
    But why would people enjoy their meals in such humid environment?
    I couldn’t wait to get out! Ha~