Bardney Hall is a fine Queen Anne house in Barton-upon-Humber, 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 (although we have never found it).
The Hall has many fine architectural features which reflect Barton-upon-Humber’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 ensuite/ private bathrooms.
All rooms have free wi-fi, tea/coffee making facilities, toiletries and are inclusive of a Continental Breakfast.
We are only minutes from the Humber Bridge getting you to the the 2017 City of Culture Hull quickly. Here you will find an array of shops, restaurants and the beautiful Marina with its café bars.
Transport is very accessible as Barton itself has frequent collections from many bus stops close by, or otherwise the mainline train station of Barnetby is only 9.2 miles and Humberside Airport 11 miles. We can arrange collection from most local destinations at an additional cost.
I look forward to welcoming you to our boutique bed and breakfast at Bardney Hall situated a few minutes walk in to the town centre.
All of our rooms are individual in their own way as you will observe from the photos on our website.
I offer in our rates a complimentary continental breakfast that consists of fresh produce as one of our policies is never to use frozen products if it can be avoided. Where possible we support our local shops to ensure we provide our customers with as much Lincolnshire fayre as we can.
On behalf of the team here a warm welcome awaits you at Bardney Hall as we endeavour to provide a personal service to meet your requirements.
I look forward to seeing you at Bardney Hall.
Colin G R Booth