Bardney Hall

Bardney Hall

Boutique Bed & Breakfast Accommodation

Bardney Hall is a fine Queen Anne house built in the early 1700s for William Gildas as a private residence. Located on the corner of Whitecross Street, Preston Lane and Caistor Road, opposite to Baysgarth Park, it stands on the site of Bardney Abbey Rectory, the Lincolnshire monastery owning much of Barton during the middle ages and reputed to have a secret passage to Thornton Abbey. The Hall has many fine architectural features which reflect the town’s growing prosperity during the 18th Century.

Bardney Hall was North Lincolnshire’s best kept secret, until now. Here you can enjoy individually-designed boutique rooms decorated to a very high standard, all with en suite/private bathrooms. All rooms have free WiFi, tea/coffee making facilities and luxury toiletries.

Prices start from £80 per night for our luxurious double rooms and £149 for the Bardney Suite, with inclusive continental breakfast (an impressive full English breakfast is an additional cost of £10).

Near to the mainline station of Barnetby which is only 9.2 miles away, and Humberside Airport at 11 miles, makes travelling easy. We can arrange collection from most local destinations at additional cost.

Bardney Hall

Bardney Hall, Whitecross Street, Barton-upon-Humber, DN18 5DF, North Lincolnshire

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Bardney Hall

  • Wifi available
  • Dog Friendly
  • Parking

Hidden History

Hidden History tells of Barton upon Humber's fascinating history through a collection of media including original and authentic photographs, video clips, narration and text.