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Who: Family of 4
What: Road Trip through England.
Pros: It's like stepping back in time! The lodge is modernly appointed and tucked away in a beautiful section of the grounds. There was plenty of space in the lodge and each teen had their own...More
We happened upon this lodge when looking for somewhere to stay to visit relatives outside of Preston. Located on the trust property Samlesbury Hall - the small lodge is well appointed and in a lovely spot. The Hall itself is open to visitors between 11-4...More
Our family visited Samlesbury Hall on Valentine's Day not sure what to expect, The grounds of this lodge are not huge but quaint. The original building being built in the 1300s has been fantastically kept. The history of this place is very interesting. We decided...More
We attended a wedding ceremony and reception at Samlesbury Hall in summer. The venue itself is delightful with lots of charm for such occasions. Catering was also fantastic. The bar was a little restrictive in terms of size which did cause congestion later on.
Picturesque setting for wedding photos, reception and evening do
Lovely food and bar service was good too although pricey.
Nice grounds for a stroll and interesting animal area close to a couple of camping pods if you fancy staying overnight.
Grounds open to visitors when...More
US$ 114 - US$ 154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
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