Classic Lodges

Our Classic Lodges have everything you need for the perfect short break

Browsholme 13

8 stunning classic lodges

up to 2 adults & 2 Children

En-suite, kitchenette, Wi-Fi & heating

Cosy interior of one of our classic lodges
Double bed for a great nights sleep

In a nutshell...

Named after native hardwood trees our Classic micro lodges; Beech, Elm, Hazel, Ash, Pine, Holly, Spruce and Yew are all designed for couples and young families looking for a comfortable break in the countryside. The lodges have an en-suite shower room and are fully equipped with linen and a sofa bed for children. Select lodges are also dog friendly.

All lodges include

  • Double Bed
  • Ensuite Shower Room
  • Kitchenette
  • Sofa Bed
  • Underfloor Heating (October to April)

Included in your stay

  • Feather and down duvet, pillows and towels
  • Electric hob microwave, kettle and crockery
  • Foldaway wooden table and chairs
  • Sofa (which pulls out to a double bed; additional charge applies)
  • Complementary WiFi
  • Free parking allocated car parking for one vehicle

Availability and Booking

View our availability and book your short break via the button below.

Looking for something different?

Take a look at Mews Cottage or one of our superior bijou lodges, just as special and little more luxurious.

Mews Cottage

Whilst it retains many of its original features, we completely refurbished the Mews Cottage in 2011 to add a contemporary new design and modern fittings. This elegant two-bedroom historic holiday…

Superior Lodges

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.

Things to do, places to see

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.