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Samlesbury Hall

Preston New Rd, Samlesbury, Preston, PR5 0UP

((((* British
  •  - Lancashire
Average
Main course: £12
Food spend: £25
Opening hours
Monday to Sunday: 09:00 - 11:30 & 12:00 - 15:00.

Excellent service, good food

William 12 June 2018
from Bury

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Using only the finest ingredients sourced from their own gardens and neighbouring Lancashire producers, Samlesbury Hall offer a range of classic and hearty dishes.

On the Samlesbury Hall menu, find carefully chosen meats from local butchers alongside seafood from the Lancashire fishing town of Fleetwood, and fresh herbs from the Hall’s own courtyard. Discover a variety of dishes, from daily prepared soups, to Forest of Bowland lamb and rich desserts.

Salmesbury Hall restaurant is charming and rustic, decked out in wooden floors and beams, with artwork adorning the walls. From the comprehensively stocked bar, sample everything from their own Samlesbury Merlot to a pint of Guinness.

Samlesbury Hall occupies a quiet spot on Preston New Road, just a mile from the scenic Brockholes Reserve. The centre of Preston is a 10-minute drive away.

Samlesbury Hall

Preston New Rd, Samlesbury, Preston, PR5 0UP

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Customer reviews for Samlesbury Hall

4.1 ((((* (based on 113 reviews)
84% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • lunch (83)
  • afternoon tea (58)
  • child friendly (37)
  • value (30)
  • views (28)
  • dinner (27)
  • large parties (20)
  • private dining (17)
  • romantic (16)
  • entertainment (13)
  • luxury (11)
  • trendy (11)
  • breakfast (10)
  • al fresco (6)
  • business (6)
  • ((((* 24 June 2018 by Caroline from Preston

    Didn’t like the cold soup wish there was an alternative

  • ((((( 24 June 2018 by Rachel from Lower Darwen

    Such a little gem, high class location, food and staff. Keep up the good work!

  • ((((* 14 June 2018 by Ferdinand from Lytham

    Well, first visit (surely not the last), impressive Samlesbury Hall, good restaurant & service. Our lunch, Lamb Shanks: very good, house wine: good.

  • ((((( 12 June 2018 by Pauline from Rochdale

    We booked on line which was a simple process.
    The staff were very friendly and accommodating to our requestes.
    We choose a Sunday Roast and a Garden Salad. We were pleased with both our choices.
    The food was delicious and well presented.

  • ((((( 12 June 2018 by William from Bury

    Excellent service, good food

  • ((((* 7 June 2018 by Josie from Lancaster

    The food was good and we all enjoyed it. Two of us had the Lancashire Cheese tart and we thought it could really do with less onion chutney and more cheese to get the balance better. We were given more cheese on request. As a dessert we enjoyed the Honey taster dish.
    A little more atmosphere in the restaurant would have been appreciated.
    Overall a good experience

  • ((((( 10 May 2018 by Joanne from Preston

    The food was delicious and the staff were extremely friendly
    The added bonus to the day was the fact we could look around the hall at all its history
    Also the animals were exciting
    Will definitely be booking again

  • ((*** 8 May 2018 by Colin from Blackburn

    Afternoon tea for two. Service good settings lovely but food underwhelming particularly compared to similarly priced afternoon teas elsewhere. Bread soggy on prawn sandwiches and others just a bit ordinary. Cake selection ok but again not as good as others locally.

  • ((((( 28 April 2018 by Pam from Yorkshire

    Light polite sandwiches and tasty cakes, just enough for Afternoon Tea. Very friendly and respectful staff. Amazing surroundings. Such local history often overlooked.

  • ((((* 18 April 2018 by Lorraine from St Helens

    Booked afternoon tea for 4, 1 being vegetarian. Lovely glass cake stands were brought out with a really tasty small cup of leek and potato soup, warm sausage roll, sandwich each of cheese, tuna mayo, ham, open roll with crayfish, salad. On the top layer was a beautiful light scone with cream and jam, bread & butter pudding, chocolate cake with choc sauce, all mini sizes. All soooo tasty. The vegetarian option had egg sandwich, & feta & cranberry sandwich, which looked amazing.
    Unlimited pots of coffee or tea each, and the teapots were really quirky with historic images on each.
    Cannot fault the food or cleanliness and the staff were all lovely.
    The only downside was that we had to ask 4 times for a coffee top up, so that after over 30 minutes I had to go to the front desk. The food is lovely, but you do want a drink to wash it down with.
    We are VERY likely to go back, as I hope that was a one-off glitch. Lovely place, divine food, very clean, personable staff.

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