There are so many reasons why you can fall in love with Lincoln. There are vast arrays of areas to explore. From enjoying a walk up “Steep Hill”, passing various boutique shops, you will arrive to the grand Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle. These building are definitely recommended to visit. You can from there appreciate the independent pubs and restaurants, many of them have a story to tell.

There are no end of shops to discover and plenty of tea rooms and coffee shops to appreciate as rest points. After all with Lincoln being a small city, there is ample opportunity for on foot sightseeing.

That being said if you would prefer a smaller walk, opposite Brayford Court (to the street on the right hand side of Sainsburys) is a picturesque walk along the waterfront.

Turning left, you can walk alongside the Brayford Pool to the City Centre in 10 minutes, passing various restaurants and the Odeon cinema on the way.

Alternatively if you fancy a spot of lunch in the beer garden, turning right, you can walk along the Foss Bank to the Pyewipe Inn which is a 25 minute walk, perfect in the summer!

When the time comes to celebrate Christmas, enjoy a festive time exploring the well-known Lincoln Christmas Market – this could be the start of a new tradition whilst you (or your child) visit Lincoln.

Many tenants say they look out for Lincoln Cathedral when they come back to Lincoln and get a warm feeling that they have arrived either to their second home or a City now they like to call home.

If you’re a football fan then yes this is Lincoln where the football team, Lincoln City, made history by becoming the first non-league football team in 103 years to reach FA Cup Quarter Finals!

For more information on Lincoln we would recommend this website: and if you need any more guidance, if you do choose to visit Lincoln, we will gladly assist and recommend places of interest.

We hope you love Lincoln as much as we do!