Tennyson Court

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Tennyson House, 3 Tennyson Street

Tennyson Court, Lincoln

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Bed and Breakfast in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. Set in a 19th century cobbled courtyard, Tennyson Court was a Victorian racecourse stable. Old beams & wood floors define the classic charm of old England.

The building has been elegantly converted, while retaining all the character of the 19th century.

Secure courtyard parking inside automatic security gates ensure total privacy in an area of the city popular with residents and noted for its quiet Victorian charm and close proximity to the Cathedral, Castle and City centre. (10 min. walk) King George V.

The King visited Tennyson Court when one of his racing horses was stabled here during a race meet at the Point to Point on Lincoln Common. Visit the World famous Lincoln Christmas Market - the largest and best Christmas market in England.

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