Just two miles south of the cathedral city of Lincoln in Bracebridge Heath stands a landmark inn The Homestead. Once the grand residence of the medical superintendent for the Lincolnshire County Pauper Lunatic Asylum this imposing Grade II listed building is now a welcoming pub restaurant serving delicious pub lunches and fine wines and ales.Bracebridge Heath is a small historic village just outside Lincoln with roots dating back at least to Roman times when it sat at the crossroads of two major Roman routes – Ermine Street connecting London with Lincoln and York and the Fosse Way the legionary route to Exeter. Located on the limestone escarpment known as the Lincoln Edge the village overlooks the city to the north with views of the cathedral and down to the peaceful River Witham Valley to the west. Walkers can enjoy panoramic views of the valley on a stroll from Bracebridge Heath following part of the Viking Way a long distance footpath that runs all the way to the Humber.The Homestead is ideally located in Bracebridge Heath to relax and unwind after a day spent exploring Lincoln’s historic past or the delightful sleepy villages and market towns of the Lincolnshire Wolds. You’ll find a warm welcome for a delicious pub meal seasonal specials hearty Sunday lunches served with fine wines and a selection of real ales.