Lancashire's oldest family home

Nestled in the beautiful Forest of Bowland, Lancashire's oldest ancestral home offers you a rural retreat with a difference.

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Wedding Venue Showcase

Sunday 2nd June, 11am to 2pm

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Make your wedding extra special

Browsholme is ready to make your wedding vision a reality. Want an intimate fairy tale ceremony indoors? Or maybe a big grand celebration in the open air? No problem. As well as giving you exclusive access to the Hall and Gardens, we have 5 different venues, including the Tithe Barn, which evokes the character of a traditional stone barn, in spectacular style.

Live it up in a lodge

With 10 luxury lodges set in the midst of our natural oak and beech Woodland Glade, you now have the chance to extend your stay with us a little while longer. Relax and unwind in a truly exclusive glamping site, before you venture out to enjoy the Forest of Bowland‘s many attractions.

A grand day out

What better way to explore Browsholme Hall than having a guided tour conducted by one of our wonderful volunteers? Wander through the ornamental gardens and take in the elegant interiors, as we tell you about the treasure trove of antiquities we’ve collected over 14 generations.

An overview of what we do

A big hello from Browsholme Hall

Robert and Amanda Parker are delighted to welcome visitors to their historic and fascinating family home.

Explore our Hall and Gardens

Get a unique insight into how 14 generations of the Parker family have lived at Browsholme, from Henry VII to the present day.

Your dream wedding

Set in over 600 acres of countryside in the Forest of Bowland, this remarkable venue is the perfect place to stage any type of celebration.

Enjoy a short break with a difference

Woodland Glade, our exclusive glamping site, features 10 luxury bijou lodges, so you can linger a little while longer in this fabulous setting.

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Browsholme Hall really is the perfect wedding venue. It was the first venue we saw and nothing else we looked at compared.
Lizzie Lawrenson