Historic Lincoln HotelThe Lincoln Hotel, tucked in the junction of Old Lincoln and Hoover highways, is located on the southern tip of Iowa's Wine Country. Built in 1915, the Lincoln originally hosted workers and travelers on the Pacific and Northwestern Railroads and the Old Lincoln Highway.
The Lincoln Hotel was listed on June 28, 1996 in the National Register of Historic Places and is located in Cedar County, Iowa. This restored gem offers spacious suites comfortably furnished in rural America. Come enjoy warm midwestern hospitality in a quiet small town setting. (*See B&W photo of Brad Norton and Governor Branstead above.)
Completely refurbished, the hotel was presented the "Best Restoration in Iowa" award in 1996 by Governor Branstead.
Our spacious rooms with private baths will sooth your soul.
You pick the level of service that fits your needs:► "Pamper yourself" with a luxurious room (Breakfast is no longer being served)
► "Enjoy home away from home" with a spacious room and private kitchenette► "Relax in our plush bedrooms" on a pillow top mattress and eat on your own