Holland House stands in three acres of beautiful gardens alongside the River Avon and is situated in the beautiful Vale of Evesham, one of the “gardens of England”. Since 1946 it has been a Christian retreat house, offering opportunities for individuals and groups, of all faiths and none, to visit for a single day, a weekend or longer. With twenty-seven bedrooms, a beautiful bespoke chapel, a variety of meeting rooms and three acres of gardens, Holland House is a wonderful venue in which to rest, create, learn, discuss, or simply be quiet.
The House is overseen by an independent trust (Charitable Incorporated Organisation) with close links to the Anglican Diocese of Worcester. Staffed by a Warden and a team of administrative, kitchen and housekeeping staff, the House is also served by the Friends and by a variety of others who come to lead retreats and other activities.
Many people who have experienced the welcome, the hospitality and the ethos continue to support the work of the House financially and through voluntary help, by becoming ‘Friends of Holland House’.
In 2011 Holland House won the Community Vote Award at the National Footprint Awards held in London. As the only charitable organisation to be entered for the Award, the competition from commercial organisations was strong. However, sponsored and encouraged by The Sustainable Restaurant Association (we are founder members, joining long before Jamie Oliver and Antonio Carluccio), we were invited to the Award ceremony held at the RIBA building in Portland Place London, where we were presented with this prestigious Award.
The Award is given to small to medium sized organisations within the hospitality sector for excellence in running businesses sustainably.
We are very proud of our Award as it proves that small Christian charities can compete with commercial organisations in terms of an ethical approach to business, and win!
We not only run our business sustainably, but we manage our gardens without poisons of any kind and provide habitat for bees, butterflies, damsel flies, foxes, badgers, hedgehogs, slow-worms and a large variety of birds including resident ravens.
If you would like to be become involved with supporting Holland House, please consider joining the Friends of Holland House
Holland House CIO is registered with the Charity Commission No 1179244
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