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Bardney Hall

Bardney Hall is an elegant manor house, close to the Humber Bridge, available for weekends, full week and mid-week stays.

  • Sleeps 14
  • Beds 5
  • Baths 5

If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £30 and £94.

Declare your love in one of the most romantic country houses, Bardney Hall is the perfect backdrop for your fairytale wedding. Wedding planners to help you every step of the way.

  • Indoors 40
  • Capacity 120

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.

North Lincolnshire

Whitecoss Street, Barton Upon Humber, North Lincolnshire, DN18 5DF

  • Weekends

    £1,950 - £3,950

  • Full Weeks

    £2,950 - £5,950

Bardney Hall is a beautifully proportioned Queen Anne manor house, in a charming market town in North Lincolnshire It is ideal for parties of family and friends, and welcomes weddings.

The house has 5 bedrooms, four with ensuites and one with a private bathroom, and sleeps up to 14 guests. Two of the bedrooms are super king size ensuites, two are king size with their own bathrooms and there is one room with two single beds and access to an ensuite shower room. 

Downstairs, the rooms are large with high ceilings and huge sash windows. There is a drawing room (with grand piano), a big dining room, which seats from fourteen guests. There is also a games room, which has a ping pong table and table football. The kitchen is suitable for catering, and is fully equipped to serve more than a household of guests.

Amenities

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House Facts

Bardney Hall has an as yet unfound secret passage, leading from the house to Thornton Abbey. The house stands on the site of Bardney Abbey Rectory, part of the Lincolnshire monastery that owned much of Barton during the middle ages.

Reviews

A special place for special people, because that's how you will feel with the character and decoration of the house as well as the well kept surrounding gardens. As well as being looked after by the truly welcoming and friendly staff who try and serve all your wishes. Worthy of a visit for a wedding ...

This venue isn’t well signed off the main road, there is also a one way system in place which we got wrong due to lack of signage from the main road. If you’re coming from the Hull direction the first entrance you come across for the hall is the exit, go to the second entrance ...

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