Blankney Village

At the heart of Blankney Estate lies the picturesque Lincolnshire village of Blankney, a village that appeared in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it was known as Blachene, (literally ‘Blanca’s island of land’).

Blankney is a traditional stone-built estate village and all the houses, many of which are listed by English Heritage, are owned by the Estate and occupied by its tenants. The village is home to the kennels of the Blankney Hunt, Blankney Golf Club, Blankney Cricket Club and St Oswald’s Church.

Blankney Old School is available for hire throughout the year for functions – please contact The Estate Office (01522 810264) for further enquiries.

Properties to Let – From time to time properties within the village of Blankney and the surrounding areas are available to let on an AST agreeement. Our property portfolio consists mainly of 2-3 bedroom cottages, together with a few larger farmhouses and one bedroom units.

Blankney Golf Club welcomes new members, both playing and social. The club house is open throughout the summer and winter months for food and beverages.

Blankney was also once home to the magnificent Blankney Hall. Sadly, it was badly damaged by fire in 1945 and abandoned as an empty shell before being demolished in 1961. All that remains today are the former stable block and ornamental gateposts.

Blankney Estates - a farming estate with history.