Lincolnshire is becoming an increasingly popular destination for travellers in the United Kingdom. Home to a medley of bustling towns and sleepy rural villages, the Midlands county has something to offer everyone.
One of the major attractions in Lincoln itself is the Bishop Grosseteste University College. Situated in the centre of town, this impressive hub of academic, vocational and community facilities is well served by hotels of all kinds.
A New University is Born
While the public University of Bishop Grosseteste has existed in one form or another since 1862, it recently acquired the power to grant degrees, giving it full University status. As the city's newest University, the campus is attracting large numbers of visitors to Lincoln.
A Network of Facilities
The campus at the Bishop Grosseteste University College offers far more than a space for formal education. The University of home to a wide selection of facilities, many of which are open to the public.
Facilities at the Bishop Grosseteste University College include an outstanding sports and fitness centre, numerous places to eat and drink, and a newly refurbished cinema, which shows everything from current blockbusters to student productions.
Accommodation in and Around Lincoln
If you're in town to visit the University, you're spoiled for choice when it comes to guest houses, B&Bs and hotels in Lincolnshire. A little way out of town, there's no shortage of peaceful places to rest your head. Take your pick from rustic and traditional B&Bs like The Red Lion in Revesby, and the stunning converted apartments at the country house of Glebe Farm.
Make the Most of Your Time in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire is a unique and beautiful county. While it may only be the Bishop Grosseteste University that brings you to Lincolnshire, there are plenty of reasons to extend your stay. One of the most attractive parts of the county lies on the east coast in Skegness. The famous seaside town is the ideal place for a summer afternoon, with a glorious beach and pier.
The beautiful countryside of Lincolnshire also offers plenty of great spaces for walks. Keen golfers won't be surprised to hear that the natural countryside boasts more than its fair share of exquisite golf courses.