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Samlesbury Hall, Preston, Lancashire

Samlesbury Hall

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Samlesbury Hall is a 14th Century Manor House independently owned and managed by a Registered Charitable Trust. One of the north's finest showplaces for buying and selling antiques and collectors items. We also have changing exhibitions and crafts throughout the year.

Why not have a delicious meal or light snack in our fantastic restaurant, freshly prepared by our award winning chef.

We have the perfect setting, being a Tudor house with extensive gardens, for weddings. We have a licence for Civil Marriages, superb catering and a bar. Why not make your day extra special by having your wedding celebrations at the Hall. Retirement parties and other functions catered for. Our new garden centre, adjacent to the hall, is now open.


Nearest UK Airport: Manchester
Months Open: All Year
Closed Saturdays for weddings
Closed 24 Dec - 27 Dec, 31 Dec, 1 Jan & 2 Jan
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: 3
Children: 1
Gift Shop: Yes - Plant nursery
Catering: Restaurant

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