Historical House: Samlesbury Hall

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Welcome to Samlesbury Hall, one of the stunning stately homes of Lancashire, a haven for history lovers, where the past meets the present - a fantastic, family day out.

Samlesbury Hall is open to visitors all year round, Sunday - Friday, 11am - 4pm (Please check before traveling as we do close occasionally on a Friday for weddings)

The Building is a fabulous half-timbered black and white medieval house built in 1325 as a family home.

Enjoy intrigue, witchcraft and centuries of fascinating history throughout our archive rooms. Have a coffee, a freshly baked scone or a delicious lunch in our highest quality award winning Restaurant.

In the grounds sits a gathering of colourful huts; Samlesbury Hall Hamlet.

This is home to a collection of beautiful shepherd's huts, all hand crafted.

Complete with two double beds, the huts boast memory foam mattresses, low-wattage electricity, as well as a cosy en-suite.

Free Wi-fi throughout the site keeps you in touch with the rest of the world.

The huts sleep up to four people and are available all year round.

Visit our website for more details.


Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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