Welcome to Creston Villa Guest House
Our Five Star Gold Award rating means that guests will experience a level of service and quality of accommodation second to none.
This traditional Victorian town house is an excellent alternative to a hotel or Travel Inn. It was built in circa 1874, it offers a degree of luxury and elegance that will make your visit to Lincoln both pleasurable and memorable.
Anna and Iain believe in the old fashioned values of courtesy and consideration. We invite you to make Creston Villa Guest House your Bed and Breakfast accommodation of choice for your next visit to the beautiful city of Lincoln.
Creston Villa Guest House is the ideal base for your stay when visiting Lincoln’s many attractions. It overlooks the attractive South Common, yet is only a fifteen minute walk to the train station in the city centre. Our six bed-roomed, bed and breakfast accommodation has historical interest too – This beautiful Victorian house was built on the site of the medieval Priory of St Catherine's and is adjacent to the site of the first cross erected in memory of Eleanor, Queen of Edward the First, as she started her final journey to London to be laid to rest in Westminster Abbey.
The Historic City of Lincoln
This beautiful city provides a wealth of interest for all visitors - whether it's business or pleasure - you are sure to take home special memories of your visit to share with family and friends. Visit the historic Lincoln Cathedral and after take in the spectacular views to be seen whilst walking the walls of Lincoln Castle. Wander through the Museum of Lincolnshire Life and experience the cultural, commercial and industrial history of the city. The Collection, our award winning and newly constructed museum and art gallery, has become a focal point for the majority of visitors to Lincoln. All this just a short distance from your accommodation at Creston Villa Guest House.
Lincoln is a busy, vibrant, cultural and commercial centre providing plenty of entertainment and places of interest to visit. Why not leave the car behind in our guest house car park and enjoy the fifteen minute walk into town, where you will find a wide variety of shops and restaurants to satisfy even the most diverse taste. In December you can enjoy the famous Lincoln Christmas Market, an annual event well worth experiencing. All in all, we think you will enjoy your stay with us.
Where Are We?
Creston Villa is located at the southern gateway to the Historic City of Lincoln. With views to the east overlooking the South Common and to the west looking towards the Trent Valley, our B&B has the best of both beautiful landscapes and a vibrant community.
For Sat Nav devices please use the following post code for the car park entrance: LN5 8DP, otherwise most major approach roads to Lincoln link up with the bypass.
Take the first exit sign posted A1434 Lincoln City Centre. Follow this road for four miles and you will pass Creston Villa on your left just after the traffic lights opposite the South Common. Turn left into Colegrave Street and then left again into Derby Street. The car park entrance is on the left.
The car park entrance is narrow and should be approached carefully.
Entry to the car park should be made with the entrance located on your left hand side. Entry from the other direction may result in damage to your vehicle.
Should you wish to park your car on the street, the proprietors will be happy to provide a valet parking service for you.
Winners of the VisitEngland Rose 2016 Award
We recently won the Recognition of Service Excellence 2016 from VisitEngland. Click the logo to see our official winner status. We're very proud!
|Twin Room (two person)||£80.00|
|Twin Room (one person)||£55.00|
|Double Room (two person)||£80.00|
|Double Room (one person)||£60.00|
|Light Continental breakfast||F.O.C.|
All prices are inclusive of:
Hot and cold drinks, cakes, and service charge
We accept all major credit cards and cash
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