Samlesbury Hall Shepherd’s Hut Hamlet

In the grounds of historic Samlesbury Hall sits a gathering of colourful huts; Samlesbury Hall Hamlet… a rustic and carefree alternative to your traditional hotel room.

Just as luxurious but with a rural edge, the hamlet is home to a collection of beautiful shepherd’s huts, hand crafted to keep you toasty in winter and cool in the summer. Central heated, with running water and low-wattage electricity, you won’t know you’re not in a hotel until you step outside into the tranquil clearing of this hidden corner of Lancashire.

The scattering of woodland surrounding the Hamlet offers shelter and seclusion in a corner of the picturesque grounds, and transports you far from the stress of modern life. Brush against the traditional camping ethos and dine al fresco on the picnic benches, your fire-pit barbecuing your dinner just next to the hut. We provide camping lanterns to all huts, and offer fire pits to huddle round if the evening gets chilly.

Inside relax on memory foam mattresses – the perfect complement to the European oak bunk beds (all doubles). The huts boast low-wattage electricity to keep your phone charged, as well as a cosy en-suite with running water. All huts come with a spacious shower, hot water and soft towels, along with luxury toiletries. The huts are heated and well lit, and free Wi-Fi is available in the Hall and restaurant. Chairs and tables can be taken outside to relax around the fire-pit, or take a seat at one of our picnic benches and enjoy your supper.

Things to Do In The Area

On Site

If you’re looking to explore a little you can take the kids to the adventure trail and Mayflower playground hidden in the woodland in the grounds of the Hall, or to the mini golf course by the hamlet entrance. If the Hall’s open it’s completely free to visit (don’t miss the treats in Dottie’s Wafflery!) and the award winning restaurant open for lunches only serves the finest ingredients. Make sure you check the website before you travel to check opening hours and upcoming events.


If you love nature you’ll have to visit Brockholes nature reserve, just a five minute drive away. The site boasts walks for all abilities, along with the famous Preston Guild Wheel cycle route. Blackburn (10 mins) is famous for its beautiful Cathedral, and local Witton Park is ideal for a day out with a picnic. The historic town of Clitheroe is a short drive away, as is Hoghton Tower. Preston city centre (10 mins) is ideal for shopping in the day and for a meal in the evening. The city’s bars are varied, and host a variety of entertainment. Ribchester and its’ famous Roman heritage are 20 minutes away.

Further Afield

We’re also close enough to the motorway for you to reach Blackpool, Lancaster, and Lytham within 30 minutes, and Manchester and Liverpool in under an hour.

At A Glance

Sleeps Max: 4 Adults

Beds: Two double bunk beds can sleep 4 adults easily. There is also room for a travel cot in the centre of the hut.


*BBQ / Fire pit, *Linen Supplied, *Parking (Allocated/On site), *Private Bathroom, *Close to golf course, *Children / Families welcome


Contact & Pricing

Tel: 01254 812010

Address: Samlesbury Hall,
Preston New Road,



Prices: Nightly:

£130 per night per hut.

Discounted rate of £100 per night per hut available for mid-week stays during term-time.