October Half-Term Inspiration

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Autumn is my favourite season at Browsholme, the landscape turns from a lush green to golden hues of oranges, yellows and reds. The sun casts a beautiful light all day round, and there's a smell in the air that is only present between the end of September end early December.

For those enjoying a short-break this October Half-Term, the sunsets in the Woodland Glade from your balcony are unrivalled - trust me.

Picture this: you are all sat around your private fire-pit, sipping a cup of hot chocolate (or a nice glass of red wine), toasting marshmallows and enjoying the tranquillity of our ancient woodland.

Fire-pit by Cherry Lodge

During the day you can stretch your legs on one of the many walks that surround the area, or go hunting for conkers - who doesn't love a good old conker fight?

The Woodland Glade at Browsholme is the perfect opportunity for a half-term holiday in Lancashire, where you can escape from your computers and phones, and enjoy a holiday in undisturbed peace and quiet. Although, between you and me, there is Wifi in the lodges now if you need - but we understand if you keep that a secret too!

If you are concerned about getting a bit chilly when glamping in Lancashire during October - don't worry, each lodge is heated, keeping you toasty and warm.

And, if we haven't convinced you to come and stay yet, the award-winning Red Pump Inn is only 2 minutes down the road for your steak fix.

You can find a guide of some of our favourite places to eat in the Ribble Valley here or some cafes and bars for a quick bit to eat in the vicinity here.

Book your stay at Browsholme Hall.

October Half-Term Inspiration

Sep 24, 2021

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