MIDDLE AGES - MIDDLE EARTH - MIDDLE KINGDOM
An exciting opportunity to explore three delightful and unique Historic Houses situated in the beautiful Ribble Valley.
Lancashire's Rural Visitor Attractions
Country Shows, Fairs, Festivals and Fun Events! As well as being blessed with a glorious natural environment and an outstanding choice of rural attractions, Lancashire offers a year-long diary of country events to suit all tastes and budgets.
Ribble Valley Tourist Information
Imagine you're in rural heaven, a landscape of contrasts where experiences surround you.This is Ribble Valley, a place of mystery and heritage full of diverse natural habitats and inspiring scenery. Positioned in the north east of Lancashire it forms part of the Forest of Bowland AONB, the first protected area in England to be awarded the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas.
A beautiful example of English renaissance architecture. It stands proudly on its hill overlooking the surrounding countryside, an impressive sight for visitors driving up its mile long drive.
Browsholme Hall is an historic house and the ancestral home of the Parker Family, Bowbearers of the Forest of Bowland, 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.