Located in Bailgate area of the historical Cathedral city of Lincoln, Follie is a beautiful little shop run by local business woman Josie Rossington. Opened in 200, they sell a delightful collection of jewellery, gifts, cards, home accessories as well as vintage items they've found on their travels.
Their ideas and inspiration come from far and wide and they’re passionate about finding new things for you and your home. Josie also uses her creative skills to produce a variety of gorgeous handmade gifts.
They hope that their collection of individual and quirky choices will delight and inspire you to find that special gift for a friend, something for your home or a treat to indulge yourself.
It's always good to know you're not staying far from tasty food and refreshing drinks! Here are a few suggestion based on the proximity.
Thailand No.1 started their business in 2003. At Thailand No.1, they offer Thai Authentic Cuisine to the locals of Lincoln and visitors. They are proud to deliver exceptional service, along with tasty dishes to all. If you are new to Thai, we are certain you can find something to suit your palette.
The dishes at Thailand No.1 are beautifully presented, which fits with the emaculate interior of the restaurant. Their fully licensed bar offers a wide selection of beers, wines and soft drinks.
Bailgate Deli, in Lincoln's historic Cathedral Quarter, is a vegan and vegetarian café and deli. Our food is almost entirely made in-house. The menu includes standard items such as a full vegan breakfast and a mezzanine plate added to by daily specials (we're passionate about cooking and love making new dishes).
Through the day we serve great coffee, proper hot chocolate and lots of other drinks. Cakes and savouries are made daily. We know how to make a good gluten free pastry for a steady flow of tarts with vegan fillings. Our deli shelves have many of the staples needed in good plant based cooking. Our chiller cabinet always has a range of great salads. Most days of the week you can find Welbeck's properly made bread.
The café is small but doubles in size during the summer as we spill out on to the pavement!
Contemporary European cuisine ...in a relaxed setting. Multi-award winning Head Chef, Simon Hibberd and his experienced team are committed to providing the very highest standard of service. Innovative cuisine is at the heart of all of his menus. If you are after fine dining in Lincoln, look no further than the Reform Restaurant. You will not be disappointed.
Looking for landmarks, attractions and places to go nearby - here's a few ideas to warm you up.
The Lincoln Collection museum and gallery will host a special collection to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the births of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
The Collection Museum and the Usher Gallery will be home to treasures from London’s Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum as well as the National Portrait Gallery from October 5 to January 5 (2020).
You'll be able to see the first-ever Christmas card, paintings by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, Queen Victoria's favourite artist and chief portraitist of the Royal family, and, the unique 12th-century Gloucester Candlestick.
One of the oldest Christmas Markets as well as one of the biggest - with over 250 stalls spread across the historic quarter of Lincoln, through the Castle into Castle Square in front of Lincoln's Cathedral and into the medieval Bishops Palace.
Lincoln's Christmas market is famous worldwide and offers a truly festive experience for the whole family. Try local produce and lots of treats from further afield. There's plenty of mulled wine and the smell of German sausages in the air will get the tummy rumbling!
The Lincoln Christmas Market 2019 promises to be better than ever - use our site to find accommodation to stay, parking information and transport for the Lincoln Market. Find restaurants and local shops. Make it a fantastic visit to Lincoln and Lincoln's Christmas Market.
Find out everything you need to know about the Lincoln Christmas Market 2019 on this super-guide website.
Lincoln Cathedral is truly majestic and brings tens of thousands of visitors to the city each year. It is one of Englands most notable Cathedrals with a rich history and many stories to tell.
Sitting proudly on the hill, seen from many directions, Lincoln Cathedral was once the world's tallest building (for ~238 years) until it's central spires came down in 1548. Today it is still an awe inspiring 83 metres (272 feet) in height.
The Lincoln Cathedral held one of the four Magna Carta copies for hundreds of years, one of which can still be seen at it's neighbouring Castle. Joint Castle and Cathedral passes can be purchased at serveral locations.
The Cathedrals magnificence can be seen in modern day films, including The Da Vinci Code, Young Victoria and Netflix film, The King.
Children will love exploring the various parts of the Cathedral, including finding the famous stone Imp, infamous in Lincoln with an interesting story behind how it came to be.
Everyone is welcome at Lincoln Cathedral, it's one place you simply cannot miss out when in Lincoln.