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Windmill Farm Hotel (Lincoln)

(Show map) Tel: 01522 686878
Hotel Policies
Check-in From 14:00 hours
Check-Out 07:00 – 12:00 hours
Cancellation/Prepayment Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the room conditions when selecting your room above.
Children Up to two Children under the age of 16 sharing a room with adults stay free of charge subject to the availability of a suitable room. Cots are available at most of our Hotels and at no extra charge. Please specify at the time of booking if a cot is required.  Any request for additional extra beds needs to be confirmed by management as this will be subject to availability and a room supplement may apply. Room supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay. Please ring the hotel directly for further information.
Pets Pets are not allowed.
Accepted Credit Cards American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Maestro, Solo, Switch. The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to arrival.


Bar/Lounge On-site bar & lounge
Restaurant Pub restaurant on-site
Wheelchair Access Wheelchair access to the hotel
Hairdryer In-room hairdryer
Free Wi-Fi Unlimited free Wi-Fi available
Television Flat-screen digital TV
Free Parking Ample on-site free parking
Tea & Coffee Making Facilities In-room tea & coffee making facilities
Telephone Facilities In-room telephone facilities

Events at The Windmill Farm Hotel

Weddings, birthdays, anniversaries or family parties, we can cater for all sorts of celebrations here at the Windmill Farm. Our well-served function room is a great place to hold a party and our friendy team are on hand to make sure everything runs smoothly for your event.

About the Hotel

The ideal hotel for Lincoln Events Centre and Showground

There are incredible events held all year round at Lincoln Showground, including the famous Lincolnshire Show and regular antique fairs. The Windmill Farm is a short 15 minute drive, making it the perfect place to stay if you’re visiting. The University of Lincoln is also close to the hotel if you’re visiting for an open day or seeing friends of family studying in this city.


The perfect base for exploring Lincolnshire

Famous for the Fens, Lincoln Cathedral, fabulous coastline with the seaside towns of Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe, Roman ruins, cobbled streets and excellent sausages, there is plenty to discover in Lincolnshire. Plan your stay at the Windmill Farm and explore to your heart’s content as they’re all within easy reach of our hotel.

How to get here

Free car parking for guests of Windmill Farm

There is a large car park at the Windmill Farm with plenty of spaces for guests staying with us or attending an event in our function room.


How to get here

We are located on Runcorn Road, Off Whisby Road, Lincoln, LN6 3QZ. Close to Lincoln Fields Business Park and just four miles from Lincoln city centre.

Area & Hotel History

Lincoln’s history is rich and fascinating. Romans conquered the area in AD 48 building roads and fortifications to keep army veterans from the Roman army safe. The town flourished under Roman rule, and the name Lincoln derives from the Roman Lindum Colonia. Centuries later, the town rose again in importance under the Vikings, enjoying prominence as a trading centre because of its well-served waterways and rivers. Just two years after the Norman Conquest, William I recognised the strategic location of Lincoln and ordered Lincoln Castle to be built. Within 30 years, Lincoln Cathedral was completed


Lincoln endured turbulent times during the dissolution of the monasteries and then the in-fighting of the Civil War. By the Georgian era Lincoln’s fortunes were revived, as the area’s rich farming land benefited from new techniques during the Agricultural Revolution and trade links were once again opened to the city. By the time of the Industrial Revolution and the arrival of the railway links, Lincoln was booming again, as the golden age of steam spawned several leading locomotive, steam engine and agricultural machinery manufacturers in the city.


Lincoln began to excel in heavy engineering, building diesel engine locomotives, steam shovels and all manner of heavy machinery. It was in this city that the world’s first ever tank was invented, designed and built by William Foster & Co. Invaluable to the war effort in both World Wars, a vast quantity of tanks, aircraft, munitions and military vehicles were produced in Lincoln.

Local Attractions

About Lincoln

There are many important historic attractions to see when you visit Lincoln, making it a fascinating city to visit. The city also boasts a vibrant centre with shops, fancy tearooms, cafes and restaurants including the legendary pie shop Browns. It was frequented by the young T.E. Lawrence when he was writing his memoirs of the Arab insurgence, Seven Pillars of Wisdom, the inspiration for the film Lawrence of Arabia.


Lincoln Cathedral (7 miles)

Commissioned by William the Conqueror, it’s hard to imagine what the Anglo Saxon villagers would have made of this massive structure being erected amidst their modest huts in 1072. Rebuilt in the Gothic style in the 12th Century after the original was destroyed in an earthquake, for over 200 years Lincoln Cathedral was reputed to be the tallest building in the world. Boasting spectacular vaults, flying buttresses and a legendary stone carving known as the Lincoln Imp, the cathedral is one of the most visited attractions in the East Midlands, especially when hosting the popular Lincoln Christmas Market.


Lincoln Castle (6 miles)

Built on the site of a pre-existing Roman Fortress, Lincoln Castle was ordered by William the Conqueror in the late 11th century. Now open to the public as a museum, it was used as a prison until modern times. This is one of the most well-preserved and impressive Norman castles in the country and well worth a visit when you’re staying at the Windmill Farm.


Belton House (23 miles)

This classic 17th century Grade I listed house is a well-maintained National Trust property open to visitors all year round. Possessing extensive formal gardens and follies, there’s also a play café where children can let off steam, and an incredible maze and discovery centre. A visit to Belton House means a great family day out is guaranteed and just 30 minutes from our hotel at Grantham.


Doddington Hall (2.6 miles)

This is an impressive example of a late Elizabethan Mansion House and it is still owned, run and lived in by the same family today. And it shows. Every element of the hall is professionally run and maintained to an incredibly high standard. Especially worth visiting around Christmas, Doddington Hall features spectacular Elizabethan gardens, a tempting Farm Shop and a faithfully restored Kitchen Garden. Less than 10 minutes drive from the hotel, Doddington Hall is well worth a visit.


Southwell Racecourse (18 miles)

Whether you’re visiting Southwell Racecourse on a race day to enjoy a flutter or to attend a conference or meeting, the Windmill Farm is less than 30 minutes away and a convenient place to stay when at Southwell.

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