Residential breaks for adults and families
All our residential holiday breaks are offered in basic but comfortable bedrooms each with its own ensuite shower room.
We have twelve bedrooms sleeping up to 39 people, many of which have stunning views and some have period features.
As a centre for school trips many of our bedrooms are dormitory style, but you would be allocated your own private room on booking. We provide bed linen and towels.
Please contact us for a plan of the bedrooms including numbers of beds per room to help with your planning. Our Maximum numbers for residential school visits are 34 children with 5 accompanying teaching staff.
Children should bring their own pillow, sleeping bag, bed linen and towels. Please see our suggested How Hill kit list for more info.
Please see below for further details of our bedrooms and facilities.
Rooms & Facilities
Sir Lincoln Ralphs Room
A large, flexible space which can easily be adapted to schoolwork, dining, performance, workshops, yoga or meetings.
An informal space with comfortable seating and fantastic views over the garden, river Ant, marshes and windmill. Double doors open to the garden. The room is decorated with period colours and there is a beautiful tiled period fireplace. A games cupboard, binoculars, television and DVD player are available for guests to use.
This atmospheric wood-panelled room lends itself well to meetings, quiet activities and handy luggage storage for school groups.
The dining room seats up to fifty four children and teachers, or can be reconfigured for smaller groups. It is often used for drinks on arrival at events, or as a pop-up café.
The bedrooms are clean and comfortable with single, twin and dormitory style rooms each with its own ensuite bathroom.
Freshwater Ecology Centre
This wooden building beside the woods comprises a studio, small kitchen area, laboratory and toilets (including a toilet with disabled access) with a veranda overlooking our large grassy field. Outside of term time this building is available to hire.
Colin O’Riordan Building
This small thatched barn houses a display about traditional marsh crops along with an interesting collection of marsh tools. It is used as a teaching space, and as a base for school day visits.