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Browsholme Hall Lancashire Historic House

Browsholme Hall

Browsholme Hall, pronounced 'Brewsom', is an historic house and the ancestral home of the Parker Family, Bowbearers of the Forest of Bowland, Lancashire, who have lived there since it was built in 1507. The present day owners Robert and Amanda Parker invite guests into the family home for small conferences, corporate hospitality, musical events, craft fairs and open days throughout the year.

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Stonyhurst College Lancashire Historic House

Stonyhurst College

This iconic Elizabethan House, once the home of the Shireburn family, Stonyhurst College has been an internationally renowned Jesuit school for more than 200 hundred years. Whether you take a guided tour of the house, walk in the grounds or attend one of the many special public events put on during the year you won't be disappointed.

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Samlesbury Hall Historic House

Samlesbury Hall

Samlesbury Hall is a 14th Century Manor House. Over the years there have been many changes. It is administered by a registered charity known as the Samlesbury Hall trust whose aim is to maintain the Hall for the people of the area. The trust was founded in the 1920's when the Hall was about to be demolished. Since then the Hall has been a museum and Gallery and host to many grand functions.

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Hoghton Tower Lancashire Historic House

Hoghton Tower

Hoghton Tower has been the home of the de Hoghton family since the Norman Conquest. The de Hoghtons are descended directly from Harvey de Walter one of the companions of William the Conqueror, and through the female line from the Lady Godiva of Coventry, wife of Leofric, Earl of Mercia.

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