We had a short break of three nights at the end of February to celebrate my birthday. Our room wasn't en-suite but we had sole use of a bathroom and toilet just across the landing from our bedroom which meant we had a bath as well as a shower and it was fine. The decor in this house is nice and contemporary and it didn't have the tired and shabby look that so many B&B's seem to have. Breakfast is cooked to order and therefore takes a while but its worth waiting for freshly cooked food and there are plenty of cereals, fresh fruit and toast to enjoy in the meantime. Stephen is a lovely, friendly, chatty host and made us feel very welcome. Although the house is on a busy road, the room wasn't noisy and we slept well. Once Stephen had pointed out the short cut into the cathedral quarter of the city centre, it was only about a 15 min (uphill) walk and there is a bus service if you need it. We found some good places to eat - the Barge on Brayford water front and the pie restauarant on Steep Hill are recommended. There are great antique outlets at Hemswell Cliff & Horncastle and Lincoln Castle, Cathedral and Bishops Palace are a must. Get yourself a Time Travel Pass and save on entry fees - well worth it.