About Hurstwood Hall
Hurstwood Hall was built in 1579 by Barnard Towneley as his marital home. Hurstwood Hall is a breathtaking, Grade II star listed building which retains many of its original features, including mullions, oak beams, panelling and fireplaces.
Hurstwood Hall was featured in the classic BBC production of the Anne Brontё novel ‘The Tenant of Wildfell Hall’
Steeped in local history it now offers bespoke bed and breakfast accommodation. It is set in rural Lancashire yet is easily accessible for the M65, Manchester, Leeds and the surrounding area and tourist attractions.
The local area is a haven for walkers, mountain bikers, horse riders and anglers and those who love the great outdoors. Local pubs and restaurants offer quality ales, wines and locally sourced food.
Your hosts, David and Mark look forward to welcoming you.
Hurstwood Hall offers a perfect location for a relaxing weekend break or for those working away from home on business within the local area.
Hurstwood Hall has three bespoke rooms. The Chapel has its own en-suite bathroom and roll-top bath. The Spenser Room and Ormerod Room have their own private bathrooms which are located across a small landing. We provide luxury bath robes for the convenience of our guests.
Breakfast at Hurstwood Hall is a relaxed but lavish experience. David explains “We aim to provide an excellent service and use the finest local ingredients for our breakfasts”.
A stay at Hurstwood Hall is complemented by the unique and spacious bedrooms with Egyptian cotton bedding on super king size beds and Penhaligon’s toiletries.
Hurstwood Hall offers a unique luxurious bed and breakfast experience.
Hurstwood Hall is non-smoking throughout