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Samlesbury Hall - Restaurant

Type:Restaurant

Samlesbury Hall, Preston New Road, Samlesbury, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 0UP

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Tel: 01254 812010/812229

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Samlesbury Hall - Restaurant

Samlesbury Hall believes the better things in life are those closest to home and with that in mind, insist on only the finest ingredients sourced from their own gardens and neighbouring Lancashire producers. Dishes are seasoned with freshly picked herbs, the scones are baked daily using eggs from their free-range hens and head chef Mike selects quality meat and fish daily.

Choose from tasty filling soups, to the best roast dinner in Lancashire (even with a Yorkshire pudding) and round it off with a scrumptious chef-made pudding. There’s a comprehensively stocked bar, serving everything from a Samlesbury Merlot to Fentiman’s Victorian Lemonade.

If it’s smaller bites that you fancy, then there’s always scrummy sandwiches and cakes, or take a short trip across the courtyard to Dottie’s Wafflery, where you will find the most delicious treats. Afternoon Teas can be enjoyed in the historic Hall (pre-booking essential), with as much tea and coffee as you can drink.

For Christmas you can be sure of one of the finest Christmas lunches in Lancashire, from traditional Turkey, to succulent seabass with homemade gnocchi…you can even dine in the seven hundred year old Great Hall on Christmas day.

The Hall’s restaurant has been awarded Taste Lancashire’s ‘Highest Quality’ each year, with freshly prepared meals and certainly the best that any stately home offers. Lunches are served Sundays – Fridays from 12noon til 3pm, but larger parties can be catered for in the evenings when the Hall will open specially for your group (please enquire for details).

Don’t forget that if you do come to the Hall to eat, you can also have a wander around the rooms and grounds whilst you’re there. Please make sure to check the opening times before you travel as the Hall occasionally closes on Fridays.

Opening Times

Open (9 Jan 2018 - 21 Dec 2018)
DayTimes
Monday - Friday10:00 - 16:00*
SaturdayClosed*
Sunday10:00 - 16:00*

* *Closed every Saturday and occasional Fridays for weddings. Please always check the Samlesbury Hall website for opening times before you travel.

Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change

Gradings

  • Highest Quality Assurance Taste Lancashire - Eating Out Quality Assessment

Awards

  • Sub-Regional AwardsTaste Lancashire Highest Quality Assured Taste Lancashire Highest Quality Assured 2013
  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018

Directions

Road Directions

From jct 31 of the M6, take the A677 towards Blackburn. The Hall is 1.5 miles on the left.

Public Transport Directions

For public transport information contact Traveline 0870 608 2 608

Facilities

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  • Pre-Booking Required

Parking & Transport

  • Car Parking

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