19 single bedrooms.
8 twin bedrooms including a ground floor room for visitors with reduced mobility or using a wheelchair. This photo is of the Anne Albright suite (which includes en-suite facilities). The majority of the bedrooms are not en-suite, however all rooms are well-presented and located near to bathrooms.
Meeting, studying, reflecting and activity space
The Conference Room has space for 40 people and interactive white board, sound system, lectern, laptop, projector, Wifi connectivity, interactive lighting and opening out onto the garden.
A spacious Lounge with comfortable chairs for up to 20 people.
A cosy and comfortable Library with space for up to 12 people which has direct access to the Chapel.
A Prayer Room for individual prayer or study.
A Study suitable for small groups and individuals.
The dedicated Chapel with piano, organ, flexible seating and interactive lighting. It also has hymn books, C of E liturgical texts (Daily Prayer, Holy Communion etc) together with the Chalice, Paten and Sacraments and Altar linens.
The Den is a small self contained house in the grounds with under floor heating suitable for groups of up to 25 people (seated) and up to 15 for yoga and body work. It is also great for children and young people, or activities such as bread-making, felt making, other arts or creative activity.
Eating and drinking space
The 17th century beamed Dining Room with inglenook fireplace seats up to 50 people and is where guests enjoy meal times. It can also be booked for use as a venue for a celebration meal, subject to availability. The Entrance Hall area is where everyone meets for morning coffee and homemade biscuits and afternoon tea and cakes.