Superior Lodges

Our two deluxe lodges, slightly bigger than the Classic Lodges with the entrance on the side elevation and wonderful views through trees towards Longridge Fell.

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Lodges:
2 stunning superior lodges

Sleeps:
Up to 2 people

Dogs:
Dogs welcome

Oak lodge looking warm and welcoming
A place to relax
Full en-suite
Dog friendly too

In a nutshell..

‘Oak’ and ‘Cherry’ are our superior micro lodges designed for couples looking for a little more space and luxury. The lodges are also equipped for bridal couples in mind both for preparation before the wedding and a unique getaway afterwards! Both lodges have an en-suite shower room, sitting area and fully equipped kitchenette.

  • 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.

Frequently Asked Questions


How many people does the Barn hold?

We can accommodate 120 sitting for the Wedding Breakfast, and 180 for the evening party.

Do you have any accommodation on site?

The wedding couple stay in Cherry Lodge, one of our glorious, new micro lodges. For a small additional charge they can have The Mews cottage for the night, which has two bedrooms. We have ten micro lodges in the Woodland Glade, adjacent to the Tithe Barn, each sleeping at least two people and these are available for you to allocate to your family and guests. Other accommodation is available locally.

We want a Civil Ceremony, do we have to book the Registrar?

Yes. You can reserve your date and time three years before the wedding day. We recommend that you telephone as soon as you can on the relevant date to get your preferred time.

Can we have a ceremony outside?

Yes, all types of ceremony are welcome at the Lily Pond (including legally-binding civil ceremonies) or alternatively Celebrant or Humanist ceremonies can be conducted anywhere else in our grounds.

Looking for something different?

Take a look at our Classic Lodges and Mews Cottage too.

Classic Lodges

Our Classic bijou lodges - Beech, Elm, Hazel, Ash, Pine, Holly, Spruce and Yew - are tailored for couples and young families looking to experience glamping at first hand. The lodges have an…

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…

Things to do, places to see

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Walking

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.

Cycling

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Explore

Wander through quaint market towns and picturesque villages brimming with independent shops, historic treasures and tempting culinary delights.