The Woodland Glade is an exclusive glamping site featuring 10 luxury bijou lodges. Set amongst natural oak and beech woodland on the historic Browsholme Hall Estate, these give you the perfect base from which to explore the Forest of Bowland.
Each lodge is a self-contained ‘hotel’ room with a double bed, en-suite shower room, kitchenette and a living area with sofa. There’s also seating on the deck outside, with lodges having their own firepits. Our underfloor heating will keep you toasty during the winter months (October to April).
Settle back and unwind. Be active and adventurous. Or simply wander through the Estate and indulge yourself at one of the many award-winning pubs and inns nearby. The choice is yours.
"We had a wonderful two night stay in our little lodge. Amanda and Eleanor made sure we had all the information we needed prior to our arrival, including directions and check-in information. We had everything we needed during our stay, with the added bonus of some amazing places to eat and beautiful walks very nearby. Highly recommend for a quiet weekend away in beautiful surroundings."
Hannah, Cherry Lodge
Different lodges for different tastes
The Woodland Glade provides quality self-catering accommodation for short break holidays and guests attending weddings at the Hall, or at other venues nearby. Set amongst the trees in a car-free woodland glade, these beautiful hand-built bijou lodges are perfect for couples and groups looking to explore an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Our two Superior Lodges - Oak and Cherry - are more spacious and private, perfect for a relaxing getaway. With adjacent firepits and seating areas, you really can immerse yourself in nature.
Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Forest of Bowland is the perfect destination for anyone who loves to immerse themselves in unspoilt scenery, wander through picturesque villages or engage in adventurous outdoor activities.
The hills and dales of the Ribble Valley are a walker’s paradise, whether you prefer a gentle stroll in the Forest of Bowland or a more strenuous climb up Pendle Hill.
Pedal power is a great way to experience the Ribble Valley with its scenic countryside, quiet routes and a local commitment to making cyclists welcome.
Wander through quaint market towns and picturesque villages brimming with independent shops, historic treasures and tempting culinary delights.