Banovallum House

Robert Enderby

Banovallum House

Robert Enderby

Banovallum House

Mark Schofield

Banovallum House

The grounds of Banovallum House include a wildlife garden, a walled garden and about 200m of river bank.

Location

Manor House Street
Horncastle
LN9 5HF

OS Map Reference

TF 257 695
A static map of Banovallum House

Know before you go

Size
1 hectare

Parking information

Limited parking is available during office hours

Grazing animals

Sheep

Walking trails

0.5km (0.3 mile) waymarked route through the grounds

Access

A mixture of limestone paths, gravel paths and cut grass - some areas will not be accessible for wheelchairs

Dogs

No dogs permitted

Facilities

Shop

When to visit

Opening times

Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm

Best time to visit

April to August

About the reserve

Banovallum House is the headquarters of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust. It is situated between the Jubilee Way and the River Bain, and the grounds include the North Staunch Field, a wildlife garden, a walled garden and about 200m of river bank.

The grounds are good for a variety of garden birds including finches and tits, song thrush and pied wagtail. Kingfishers can be seen along the river. 

Wildlife related gifts and other items such as bird food are available to purchase at the reception shop in Banovallum House.

Banovallum House location and trail

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