Bardney Hall is a family business, headed by mother and daughter team, Claire and Hannah Sutton.

 

HISTORY

Bardney Hall was built in the early 1700’s as a private residence, and stands on the site of Bardney Abbey Rectory, the Lincolnshire monastery owning much of Barton in the middle ages. The Hall is reputed to have a secret tunnel leading to nearby Thornton Abbey, but unfortunately this has never been found!

The house remained a private dwelling until 1927 when it was sold to the catholic church and used as a convent school.

Today, Bardney Hall has retained many fine architectural features which reflect the towns growing prosperity during the 18th Century. It still displays the opulent grandeur of a bygone age, but with all the comforts of the modern era.

 

ACCOMMODATION

Downstairs, guests can enjoy the splendid sitting room with grand piano, the function room which seats forty, and games room complete with table football, snooker and table tennis. Additionally, there is a bar and breakfast room.

Upstairs boasts the generously proportioned and individually designed bedrooms, all with private bathrooms and garden views.

 

GROUNDS

Nestled in extensive manicured grounds, the quintessentially English gardens are filled with an abundance of specimens giving interest and colour throughout the year, bordered with mature trees and immaculate topiary.

Terraces accommodate hot tub, tables, chairs, and sun loungers to relax and unwind in this peaceful environment.

There are garden games and a brick-built barbeque for guests to enjoy.

The sweeping driveway provides ample parking for guests.

 

LOCATION

Bardney Hall is minutes from the Humber Bridge giving easy access to the delights of both Lincolnshire and Yorkshire. The historic cities of Lincoln and York can be reached within an hour. The coast is close by and idyllic countryside is on the doorstep.