The Hall has retained a relaxed and homely feel to it, so before long our guests are treating it like their home. That’s how we like it!
With many comfortable seating areas, the Lounge is the best place to hang out and chat with other people, or read a book on your own.
When it’s wild and wet outside in winter, there is often a roaring fire, and a piano you are welcome to play.
There’s something very beautiful about a library with many books, and you can relax and be inspired by a great variety of Christian biographies, fiction and other interesting tomes. You can even study and print things there if you need to.
There is also a reading room and quiet room, perfect for reading, making notes or journalling in peace — with a wonderful view over the croquet lawn and often full of sunshine.
Indoor and outdoor sports
In the purpose-built Sports Hall you can play football, basketball, cricket, hockey, volleyball, dodgeball and even use the climbing wall. Outdoors, why not try netball, volleyball, croquet, putting, shuffleboard, tennis or outdoor chess?
You might just like to wander around the beautiful gardens or walk ‘the loop’ (a track which takes you through the whole grounds).
During your holiday some activities will be arranged, but you can also use the facilities in your free time if you like.
The Hall also has its very own indoor pool and sauna for you to use whilst you are here. They will be open at a number of different times during the week.
We have a 1GB fibre broadband connection, which we believe is the fastest in the area. It’s available in most public rooms in the main building and Conference Hall. So you can catch up on your email, Skype or Facetime while you are on holiday … if you choose to!
There are some time restrictions on the service, and we ask you not to use laptops in the Quiet Room, lounge hallway or staircases, or to download video except for video calling or Netflix.