Lindum House is steeped in history, with records that show there was a dwelling on the site of the present house as early as 1792. The current use of the property falls under user class C1/C2 of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987.
Surrounded by one acre of private gardens, the house is located in the fascinating uphill area of Lincoln, just a ten-minute walk from the Cathedral and Castle. Lindum House has most recently operated as a Hotel, Restaurant and Conference Centre. The property comprises twelve en-suite bedrooms, many enjoying views of the well-maintained attractive gardens. There is a mix of double and premium double bedrooms, which are all located on the first floor.
There are eight conference rooms, suitable for various training courses, conferences, and events with the smaller rooms suitable for up to 12 people and the larger suites being able to accommodate up to 50 people. The property also features a number of offices and a fully equipped industrial kitchen. To the rear of the property, there is a small car park for nine cars, with more parking for up to six cars to the front. There is a large amount of amenity and storage space within the basement and various external stores.
The property is located in Lincoln, which is a historic city that offers an exclusive experience, rich in history combined with shopping, arts and culture. The property is situated to the north east of the city centre and just to the west of Lincoln County Hospital.