Bardney is both a large parish and a large village about 129 miles north of London and midway between Lincoln and Horncastle. Stainfield parish lies to the north, Branston parish to the west, Tupholme parish to the west and the River Witham to the southwest. The parish covered about 5,400 acres and included the hamlets of Southrey (or Southrow), Snakeholme and Bardney Dairies.
Bardney village is at the intersection of the B1202 coming south out of Wragby and the B1190 as it runs between Horncastle and Washingborough, just southeast of Lincoln City. Southrey is about 2.5 miles southeast of Bardney village, right on the northeast bank of the River Witham. Snakeholme and Bardney Dairies are two miles north of Bardney village. If you are planning a visit:
- There are caravan parks near the village of Southrey and northwest of Bardney.
- The trains stopped running to Bardney and Southrey in 1970.
- Check for bus service from the Lincolnshire Road Car Company of Lincoln.
- The woodlands around Wragby and Bardney are the remnants of Bardney Forest.
- See our touring page for visitor services.
- When you enter the village, look for the village sign (provided here by Patricia McCRORY, who retains the copyright).
You can see pictures of Bardney which are provided by:
You can see the
administrative areas in which Bardney has been placed at times in the past. Select one to see a link to a map of that particular area.
- See our Maps page for additional resources.
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference TF119694 (Lat/Lon: 53.209894, -0.3259), Bardney which are provided by: