All teaching staff possess the appropriate National Governing Body qualifications and have a depth of experience including detailed local knowledge to ensure that you gain the maximum benefit from your visit.
Accommodation is for up to 44 students in five dormitory style rooms. Twin bedded or single rooms are provided for visiting staff.
Other facilities include a classroom, dining room, students lounge, staff room, laundry, drying room, showers, games room, payphone and tuck shop.
Both indoor and outdoor recreation facilities are available including an adventure ropes course.
Catering is of a high standard and any special dietary requirements can be provided for.
All activity equipment and specialist protective clothing is of the highest standard and conforms to National and European regulations. In-course transport is provided within the course fee.
Courses are available throughout the year and can be individually designed for groups of all ages and abilities.
The range of activities offered includes canoeing, kayaking, caving, rock climbing and abseiling, gorge scrambling, mountain walking, orienteering and mountain biking. Environmental studies and field study courses can also be arranged utilising the wealth of natural resources in the area.
Essential Information for Visiting Groups:
Please click on the link below for a copy of the Main House information pack to help with the preparation for your course: