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Welcome to Canal View Bed And Breakfast

Address: Lincoln Road, Lincoln, LN1 2NF

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The award-winning Canal View Bed and Breakfast offers luxurious accommodation in Saxilby, just 11 minutes’ drive from Lincoln. Canal View offers en suite rooms with free on-site parking and Wi-Fi. All rooms have an en suite shower room, and beds are dressed with fine cotton linens and goose and down duvets. Each room has a Freeview TV, mini-fridge, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. Breakfasts make use of the best local produce, including Lincolnshire bacon and sausages, free range eggs, and jams and preserves made in Lincoln. There is also cereal, fruit, juice, tea and coffee, as well as vegetarian and Coeliac breakfasts. A number of recommended pubs, cafés and coffee shops can be found in Saxilby itself, and in the surrounding area. A visit to historic Lincoln could include seeing the Gothic cathedral, 16th-century Guildhall or Lincoln Castle, dating back to 1068. Saxilby is also close to the Nottinghamshire border, with towns including Retford and Newark-on-Trent around 30 minutes away.

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Lincoln Golf Club - Lincoln - Golf

Lincoln Golf Club - Lincoln - Golf

Distance 4.27 miles (6.82 km)
Lincoln Golf Club was founded in Lincoln City in 1891 and moved to its present site at Torksey, near Lincoln, in 1903. The championship standard course offers a variety of holes from links style to parkland, and with its mature tree lined fairways, areas of gorse and heather, and just a touch of water, provides a true test of golf in a delightful setting.The course is built on a free draining sandy subsoil which Peter Alliss in his book 'The Good Golf guide' describes as 'near ideal golfing terrain'. A computer controlled irrigation system ensures that the course stays in peak condition all year round and is rarely closed due to adverse weather conditions.

Carholme Golf Club - Lincoln - Golf

Carholme Golf Club - Lincoln - Golf

Distance 4.44 miles (7.11 km)
A warm welcome awaits members and visitors alike at Carholme Golf Club, one of th oldest clubs in the country. The 18 hole parkland course has superb views of Lincoln Cathedral and the surrounding area and has many feature holes designed to test golfers of all standards. Visitors can enjoy a day's golf at unbeatable value on a tessting course with water hazards and tree-lined Fairways. Situated in the heart of the citay many visitors enjoy a game of golf, lunch or refreshments and still find time for shopping and sightseeing.

The University of Lincoln - University

The University of Lincoln - University

Distance 5 miles (8 km)
The University of Lincoln is a modern and progressive university, welcoming more than 50 different nationalities to its diverse and inclusive student community. The University's main campus is located in the heart of the city of Lincoln , on the attractive Brayford Pool waterfront, and enjoys views of the marina, castle and Cathedral. The University of Lincoln offers a wide range of undergraduate , postgraduate and research degrees.

Lincoln Centre - Town Centre

Lincoln Centre - Town Centre

Distance 5.18 miles (8.29 km)
Lincoln is without question one of England's most beautiful historic cathedral cities. The most well known and most visited buildings in this fascinating city are the world famous Cathedral and Castle, but to just see these sights and neglect the rest of Lincoln would be a crime. Lincoln possesses excellent shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities but most people are drawn here due to its rich and diverse heritage and history. Having been first occupied by the Romans, only then to be taken over by the Vikings, who were then in turn usurped by the Normans, it would be hard to find a more interesting city in England.

Lincoln Castle - Lincolnshire - Castle

Lincoln Castle - Lincolnshire - Castle

Distance 5.19 miles (8.31 km)
By Norman times Lincoln was the third city of the realm in prosperity and importance, the city even had its own mint for making coins. In 1068, two years after the battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror began building Lincoln Castle on a site occupied since Roman times. To enlarge the site 166 Saxon houses were demolished, the Castle dominated the Lincoln skyline until the Cathedral was built. It is one of only two castles in Britain built with two mottes (Lewes is the other). The Castle was the focus of several military battles during the reign of King Stephen and King John and was besieged during the Baron's War in the early 13th century. Many original features still remain and the wall walks provide visitors with magnificent views of the Cathedral, the City of Lincoln and the surrounding countryside.