Our restaurant is the perfect place to stop and watch the world go by with panoramic views of our lake. Scrumptious homemade dishes and a taste bud tingling selection of Lancashire's finest local produce are all here to tempt you, along with fair trade tea and coffee.
Free high speed internet access is now available in our restaurant. Please ask a member of staff for more details.
Though we love Lancashire dearly, we can't pretend that the sun always shines here. So when there is a sunny day, we love to see visitors having a picnic and we will be selecting the finest picnic spots for you, whether it's nearby while your little treasures explore or somewhere you can enjoy the view. If you want to bring your own picnic, then please do, but remember to recycle as much of your rubbish as you can!
Our restaurant is open from 10am to 5pm.
I loved Brockholes that much I not only wanted, but felt I needed to share this attraction with you. This attraction is a testament to what human beings can do when they put there mind to it. When you visit Brockholes near Preston, you will think this looks quite a modern attraction andcompletion it truly is, but the journey to get this attraction to what you see today, started way back in 1992. As I sat in one of the most unusual cafés I have ever been in, I knew that this attraction had to be in this book.On my first visit to Brockholes, In the time it took me to finish my soup, I must of seen at least twenty various types of birds and on my second visit, during a meeting, I could of easily been anywhere in the world.- Top 100 Review
Preston New Road
Preston,, Lancashire , PR5 0UJ
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Brockholes is a new kind of nature reserve; an unreserved reserve, located just off Junction 31 of the M6 near Preston. We are owned by the Wildlife Trust for
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