Samlesbury Hall

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  • Images from Samlesbury Hall
  • Images from Samlesbury Hall

WHAT

Attraction

WHERE

M6, Junction 31; 3 minutes

WHEN

Sun–Fri 10am–4pm.
Occasionally closed for weddings – call ahead to check.

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    Dog friendly

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    Kid friendly

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    Disabled access

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    Free WiFi for visitors

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    Vegetarian or vegan options

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    Gluten-free options

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    Organic

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    Parking available onsite

M6

The folks at Samlesbury Hall have made a tremendous job of its rescue after the grand house was almost scrapped for timber in the 1920s, restoring the historic home and its impressively ornate, black-and-white exterior to glory. Witch hunts, priest holes, ghost stories – there’s plenty of history to explore as well as the blooming gardens. Tours of the house are free and on Sundays are led by gruesome Janey the witch or portly Henry VIII.

Kids will love the fantastic, galleon-themed adventure playground as well as the host of animals – hens, rabbits, goats, sheep and Elvis and Ozzie, the Kunekune pigs. A fabulous restaurant serves simple dishes (the onion soup is highly recommended), afternoon teas and roasts on a Sunday, all made with ingredients from the estate. At Dottie’s, claimed to be England’s first wafflery, you can feast on sweet and savoury waffles (obviously), Lancashire ice cream and milkshakes. You could make your stop off a longer one and spend the night glamping in one of their fantastic Shepherd’s huts (you can even bring the dog!).

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Samlesbury Hall,
Preston New Road,
Samlesbury,
PR5 0UP
Tel - 01254 812010
Email - lauren@samlesburyhall.co.uk
Web - www.samlesburyhall.co.uk