Kingerby is a small parish and village about 5 miles north-west of Market Rasen and due north of West Rasen. At the west end of the parish is a chalybeate spring or spa. The hamlet of Bishop Bridge is 1.5 miles south-west of Kingerby village and is part of the parish. The parish covers about 1,450 acres.
The village sits along a small rivulet that feeds into the River Ancholme. The village has, for all appearances, largely disappeared. If you are planning a visit:
Kingerby House stood on an artifical mound with a double moat, supposedly a former Roman Encampment site or a seat of the Knights Templar. The manor house was rebuilt in 1812. The house was a noted hiding place for Romanist (Catholic) priests and laymen.