Goodlane B&B

01522 542994
31 Good Lane
Mere moments from the grandeur of Lincoln Cathedral, Old Town and attractions, Goodlane bed and breakfast is an exceedingly charming Georgian home with oodles of character and original features. Surrounded by delightful chocolate box gardens and with its own apple orchard, Goodlane offers guests the kind of warm welcome that harks back to the tranquillity of a bygone age.

Your hostess, Sue Addison, takes great pride in creating a bed and breakfast that is attractive to the eye and the pocket, with prices starting from just £25. Loved by cyclists and walkers, this bed and breakfast is the perfect location for those who enjoy the great outdoors as well as a love of culture. It's very easy to appreciate the cathedral, castle, Roman remains, or the stunning countryside surrounding this elegant market town from such a well-appointed and welcoming resting place.

There are only three beautifully appointed guest rooms at Goodlane, which means that you get the kind of attentive and discreet service normally reserved for luxury hotels. Choose from two spacious doubles or an elegant single. Each of the attractive guest rooms has been newly decorated and has everything you require for a relaxing and memorable stay. Sue also provides guests with a drying room, which is ideal for walkers and cyclists and a secure lock-up for guest's bikes.

Naturally a copious and organic breakfast is served every morning, made with locally sourced ingredients for freshness and flavour. Guests can choose from an English breakfast made with free-range eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms and tomatoes; a vegetarian cooked breakfast, which consists of vegetarian sausages, mushrooms, free-range eggs, and baked beans; or a continental breakfast of fresh croissants, home made bread, and locally produced preserves. Of course there's also a great selection of cereals, fresh fruit juices, tea, coffee and herbal tea to complete the Goodlane breakfast experience. In good weather the orchard is the perfect spot for breakfast alfresco with the morning papers.