Church of England Diocese of Lincoln Knaith

Opening

Please refer to 'Services and Events' for opening times.

Our Church is not normally open at other times, however, our keyholders are always willing to arrange access to our friendly and peaceful little Church for anyone who wishes to visit, be it for private prayer, a few moments of peace, or simply to sit and take in the tranquillity that St. Mary's Church offers. Do please give the keyholders a call.

Should you wish, a guided tour and talk is available detailing the fascinating history of our unique Church: tales of naughty nuns, civil war intrigue and fabulous fortunes won, lost, and given away. Please contact any of our keyholders or leave a message on the 'Get in touch' page.

Getting here

Turn down the private drive to Knaith Hall off the A156 Gainsborough to Lincoln Road 4 miles south of Gainsborough in the Village of Knaith. Free parking is available very close to the Church. Please respect the Private sign at the end of the drive.

WARNING: be aware and take care with any satnav or internet map details that mention "Knaith Hall Lane", this Lane is in Nottinghamshire and terminates opposite Knaith Hall on the Western side of the River Trent. Knaith Hall is in Lincolnshire on the Eastern side of the River, the hand rowed ferry crossing last ran about one hundred and fifty years ago!

The Village of Knaith (Knaith Hill) is on a bus route that stops at the top of the Hall drive, Stagecoach operates the limited service 106/107 please contact the company for up to date information.

Within the grounds of Knaith Hall
Gainsborough Road.
Knaith, DN21 5PE
DN21 5PE

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