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It is Summer at Samlesbury 2019

Type:Family

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

Tel: 01254 812010

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It is Summer at Samlesbury 2019

It is Summer at Samlesbury

A weekend of entertainment, live music, delicious food and lots of family fun! 

On Friday evening, enjoy woodfired pizzas, stories by the fireside, toasted marshmallows and if you dare, stay for the ghost tour with Simon Entwistle. (8+ years for the tour only!) 

After a great nights sleep in our cosy Shepherd’s Huts, join us for a day of fun. The Billiard Room restaurant and Dottie’s Wafflery will be open to for you to enjoy some yummy treats or grab an ice cream in the courtyard. Take a trip up to the park or visit the animals, we will have a treasure hunt on too! 

As the sun goes down on Saturday evening, we will be serving a delicious hog roast. Head over to the tennis lawn where local band’s will be performing for you to sit back and relax or dance the night away!

TICKET INFORMATION:

Friday ticket only £15 Adult £7.50 Child. With every paying adult, one child free. 
Friday ticket & stay only £99 (based on 4 sharing)

Saturday 10-4pm free access. 

Saturday ticket only £15 Adult £7.50 Child. With every paying adult, one child free. 
Saturday ticket & stay only £99 (based on 4 sharing)

Weekend ticket & stay £149 (based on 4 sharing)

To book please call the office on 01254 812010 or email events@samlesburyhall.co.uk 

*Subject to availability. Terms and Conditions apply. Deposit required for Shepherd’s Hut stay. Deposit & tickets are non-refundable, non-transferable. No food is included in the ticket/hut price

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Summer at Samlesbury (12 July 2019 - 13 July 2019)

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Samlesbury Hall, SamlesburyBuilt in 1325 Samlesbury Hall is steeped in fascinating history, retaining its original typical black and white exterior, the Hall is almost equidistant between Blackburn and Preston, yet retaining a rural feel.

The Hamlet at Samlesbury Hall, SamlesburyJust as luxurious but with a rural edge, Samlesbury Hall is home to collection beautiful shepherd's huts, hand crafted to keep you toasty in winter & cool in the summer. Complete with two double beds in European oak boasting all those little extras.

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