Golden Eagle, Lincoln

Golden Eagle, Lincoln

Golden Eagle, Lincoln

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The Golden Eagle public house is an old coaching house, on the High Street of the historic city of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

History

The Golden Eagle is a brick built, cream painted old coaching house built in 1726 on the Roman High Street of Lincoln with former stable yard. During the 1750s a brewery existed, and the building officially became a pub in the 1780s. It is situated on the High Street of Lincoln opposite the picturesque St. Botolph's Church on the lower part of the High Street, with an archway access to main entrance and rear of the pub, car park and beer garden with all-weather marquee The building is also one of the oldest on Lincoln's historic High Street.

In 2007, a medieval courtyard was uncovered during evaluation work at the pub, which was probably to the rear of a much earlier property facing High Street.

Today

The Golden Eagle consists of two main rooms; a cosy lounge with a fire and a lively bar with darts, dominoes, cribbage and board games. Also, there is a large well kept beer garden with an all-weather marquee and a flood-lit petanque court for outside summer games. An off the road car park is also available for a designated driver. The Golden Eagle is currently a Free House (Tynemill has twice won UK Pub Chain of the Year), run by landlady Tracy Harris. The pub also sports a local......
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