Minster Abbey (Minster, Nr. Ramsgate, Kent) (1)
01843 821254 http://www.minsterabbeynuns.org/
Minster Abbey is a community of Benedictine Nuns that offers a variety of interesting retreats. The programme for 2015 consists of a Bereavement Retreat, an Icon Retreat and a Retreat for parents or brothers and sisters of people with a disability. A small library with a good selection of spiritual books is available for use during your stay. A sister is available for spiritual accompaniment if requested in advance. A large meeting room is available for private hire, as well as a small kitchen, for group conferences or retreats. The Guest House, situated in the grounds of the ancient Abbey, is open to residential guests from January until the end of September and most of the year to day retreatants. Accommodation includes some single rooms and some twin rooms, some en suite, some shared bathrooms. Self-catering stays are available on request. Up to seventeen people can stay at the abbey at any time. During the summer months families are welcome, as well as young women who would like a working holiday. The Abbey is not able to welcome men unless they form part of a group or a family. There is good disabled access.
Malling Abbey (West Malling, Nr. Maidstone, Kent) (2)
01732 843309 http://www.mallingabbey.org/
The Malling nuns welcome 3,000 guests each year, including individuals for retreats, groups for quiet days and those coming for special events such as Heritage Open Days. A programme of residential retreats and events is available and groups are welcome for quiet days.
The Friars (Aylesford, Kent) (3)
01622 717272 http://www.thefriars.org.uk/
The Friars – Aylesford Priory – is an ancient religious house of the Order of Carmelites dating back to the 13th Century. Members of the community at Aylesford Priory are involved in working with many groups that come to The Friars during the course of the year. Groups are able to ask for a Friar to work alongside them. Guests can make their own private retreat or alternatively there is a full programme of retreats throughout the year, which are open to anyone who wishes to participate. An organised retreat will take the form of talk/discussion periods, quiet time and joining the community services. Pilgrimages, Days of Prayer and All Night Vigils are also a regular feature of life at The Friars. The Guesthouse can sleep up to 100 and visitors are welcome to stay from one day up to two weeks as individuals or as part of a group. There is a range of single, double, twin and family rooms available, however there are few en suite facilities. There is disabled access.
Stacklands Cottage (West Kingsdown, Kent) (4)
07979 157 603 http://thesrc.org.uk/index.php/stacklands-cottage/
1 Stacklands Cottage is a self-catered home situated in beautiful gardens and provides an idyllic place for those who want a quiet retreat in beautiful surroundings. There is accommodation for up to 3 people (one double bed and one single) and also a small prayer room for quietness or silence. The cottage is well equipped for a comfortable stay. The cottage welcomes small groups from any Christian denomination and also welcomes enquiries from those who wish to hire on a daily basis for quiet days and reflections.
The Living Well (Nonington, Kent) (5)
01304 842847 http://www.the-living-well.org.uk/
The Living Well, based in a large house in peaceful grounds, is a resource for the healing ministry, which aims to provide a safe place where people can come to learn more about the healing love of Christ. The house can be used by those who wish to make a day’s retreat on their own but it is also possible for parish groups to use the house for a Quiet Day or for a Healing Day. It may be possible for a Living Well team member to facilitate/lead a day if it is appropriate or for the group to make their own arrangements. There is a programme of Healing Days and Quiet Days throughout the year but no residential programme.
Burrswood, (Groomsbridge, Kent) (6)
01892 863637 www.burrswood.org.uk
Burrswood is a Christian Hospital with 40 beds that offers a variety of clinical and compassionate services, with prayer as an integral part. In addition to the hospital, Burrswood has six guest rooms: a mixture of single and twin rooms, with options of full board, half board or B&B. Groups or individuals are welcome for quiet days or to stay. Services are held daily. Counselling is available. There is disabled access.
Creative Retreats and Holidays (Chilham, Kent)
Creative Retreats and Holidays offer Christian retreats combining prayer with the opportunity to learn the crafts of stained glass or glass applique. No accommodation is available but there are B&Bs within walking distance. There is good access to walking and the centre welcomes individuals or couples or two friends. There is no disabled access.
The Emmaus Centre (West Wickham, Kent) (7)
Set in lovely countryside, the Emmaus Centre offers a programme of events, preached retreats and reflective weekends. Spiritual direction is available by arrangement. Individuals are welcome and Individually Guided Retreats are available. Accommodation includes 8 single rooms, 31 twins. There is disabled access.
The Quiet View (Canterbury, Kent) (8)
The Quiet View is a centre for contemplative spirituality set in two acres of lovely gardens and surrounded by countryside. Spiritual accompaniment is available. Groups or individuals are welcome. A number of spaces are available to hire for groups, including a 50-seating yurt. The centre offers a programme of prayers, workshops, and activities. Quiet View is non-residential.
Monastery of the Holy Trinity (Crawley, West Sussex) (10)
This monastery is set in woodland and houses a community of men and women living a contemplative life, uniting silence, work and prayer in a simple life style based on the Rule of St Benedict. The Community is especially concerned with uniting the traditions of East and West, and has developed the Liturgy, Divine Office and use of the Jesus Prayer accordingly. Facilities are available for up to six individuals to stay accommodated in single rooms.
St Cuthman’s Horsham, (Coolham, West Sussex) (11)
St Cuthman’s is a residential and day retreat venue for individuals, couples and groups. It offers retreats for one or more nights or quiet days, in the House, Chapel and grounds. The programme includes creative, individually guided, silent and non-silent retreat options. There are Christmas and Easter retreat programmes also. The centre is open to those of all denominations and of none. Spiritual direction is available, together with ‘The Garden Rooms’ – a separate, catered day venue for groups of up to 18 people. All facilities are set in beautiful grounds, which offer good walking opportunities. St Cuthman’s sleeps 26 in single or twin en suite rooms. No disabled access.
TS Resolute (Chichester, West Sussex) (12)
TS Resolute is a converted ship in Chichester Harbour that offers a programme of silent and self-guided retreats and quiet days with resources and spiritual direction available. There is a labyrinth on site and other options include guided pilgrimages or (weather permitting) a time of reflection on the water .The ship can sleep 56 in 14 en suite cabins, which each sleep four in bunk-beds. However, these are usually single occupancy for retreats unless otherwise requested. There is one limited-mobility cabin with wheelchair access.
Chemin Neuf Community (Pulborough, West Sussex) (13)
The Chemin Neuf community in Sussex offers a programme of retreats that individuals and groups are welcome to join. The retreats are led by a member of the Chemin Neuf community. Individually guided retreats are available on request. Spiritual direction is also available. The Priory and Chapel are available for days for groups of up to 30 people. There is good access to walks in beautiful surrounding countryside. There is accommodation for 36 people in shared rooms. There is no disabled access.
Dunford House (Midhurst, West Sussex) (14)
Dunford House, chapel and grounds are suited to groups looking for spiritual healing, creative retreats, yoga, and relaxation. Families and individuals are welcome, and individually guided retreats are available. Dunford House is available to hire for functions and conferences and is situated in 60 acres of woodland and gardens, which offers lovely opportunities for walking. There are 30 bedrooms, and options include rooms adapted for people with disabilities, family rooms, singles, doubles, twin en suite and also singles with shared bathroom. There is disabled access.
George Bell House (Chichester, West Sussex) (15)
01243 813586 www.chichestercathedral.org.uk
The George Bell House, situated in Chichester Cathedral Close, is perfect for away days, retreats, meetings, quiet days, residential weekends and conferences for up to 40 people and suits parish or deanery groups. The house also welcomes individuals. There is a walled garden and an oratory for individual prayer. The house sleeps 15, with singles, doubles, and twins on offer. There is disabled access.
Monastery of the Holy Trinity (Crawley Down, West Sussex) (16)
01342 712074 www.plus.google.com/+CSWGCrawleyDown/about
The Monastery of the Holy Trinity, Community of the Servants of the Will of God (CSWG), is a contemplative community of monks and nuns with guest facilities comprising 9 rooms and a conference room available for groups. CSWG welcomes all – those of faith and those with none. There are regular Offices throughout the day in the Chapel. There is a library covering the main Christian traditions, which is open to all.
Priory of our Lady (Sayers Common, West Sussex) (17)
01273 832901 email@example.com
The Priory of our Lady offers a retreat programme, including Priory Weekends and monthly Drop-in Days, led by community members. Individuals are welcomed for retreats or just periods of space and rest within a monastic setting. The Priory Centre is also available to groups, both Christian and of other faiths, for retreats or workshops (spiritual, educational or cultural). Centre facilities include: 18 bedrooms (35 beds), meeting rooms, sitting rooms, library, dining room, oratory, Church, garden and grounds.
Worth Abbey Crawley, West Sussex (18)
Worth Abbey is a Benedictine monastery which offers retreats and quiet days for individuals or groups for up to 36 people including options for creative retreats or silent retreats. Spiritual direction is available. Also offers year-long courses in spiritual growth. Good opportunities for walking in surrounding countryside. Worth Abbey welcomes youth and families. There is a variety of options for accommodation including camping, or a good number of rooms for single, twin or family occupancy (some en suite). Disabled access.
Penhurst Retreat Centre (Penhurst, East Sussex) (19)
01424 892088 http://www.penhurst-retreat-centre.org.uk/
Penhurst offers a programme of led and accompanied retreats including creative retreats, an Easter retreat programme and mission-focused retreats. The centre is also available for individuals (including beginners), small group retreats and catered quiet days. Spiritual direction is available. There is good access to walks in beautiful surrounding countryside. Accommodation includes single, twin, double, en suite and wheelchair access options.
Crowhurst Christian Healing Centre (Crowhurst, East Sussex) (20)
01424 830033 http://crowhursthealing.co.uk/index.php
Guests can stay at Crowhurst for a few days or up to two weeks for rest, retreat, healing prayer and ministry. The centre welcomes individuals, families, or groups. The daily programme revolves around worship, Holy Communion and twice-weekly healing services, which are also open to the public. Each day concludes with the service of Night Prayer, at 8.00 pm. Prayer ministry is available to guests. The centre offers Healing Weekends, Quiet days, training, conferences and a programme of themed retreats. The centre features an Art Room where guests are encouraged to be creative under the encouraging and prayerful guidance of a resident artist. A library and two chapels are also available for use by guests. Meeting rooms are available to hire. There is a prayer walk featured in the gardens. There are 19 bedrooms, six of which are twin-bedded, most with en suite facilities. All accommodation is full board.
The Oast Houses Christian Retreat Centre (Northiam, East Sussex) (21)
01797 253311 http://www.theoasts.co.uk/
The Oast Houses has no programme of retreats but welcomes church groups of all Christian denominations and provides accommodation and facilities for up to 50 guests for catered stays. The six converted Oast Houses, together with ancillary buildings, feature a variety of accommodation of 15 rooms, 13 of which are en suite, including singles, twins, triples and a quadruple. A total of 41 guests can be accommodated. There is one meeting room for hire, which seats up to 50 people. There is a swimming pool, sauna and tennis court on site as well as gardens and surrounding countryside, both of which give easy access for walking. Further accommodation for up to 9 people is available at Old Oak Cottage. This detached 15th-century property is just up the lane from The Oast Houses. It can be booked for private retreats on a self-catering basis by those involved in a Christian ministry.
St Mary’s Retreat House (Hartfield, East Sussex) (22)
St Mary’s is a very small, private retreat house near the Ashdown Forest, which aims to restore the body, soul and spirit of each guest in a very peaceful. The house offers vegetarian home cooking with home-frown organic produce. Retreats and quiet days are available for individuals or small groups. There is no disabled access. Small amount of accommodation offered.
Ashburnham Place, East Sussex (23)
01424 892244 http://www.ashburnham.org.uk/
Ashburnham provides a place for retreat, rest, refreshment and connection for people from all walks of life. Ashburnham Place is stewarded by the Ashburnham Christian Trust and is home to a serving community of Christians from many traditions. Set in 220 acres of stunning grounds and gardens with three lakes, the centre offers a programme from one day to week-long retreats. Ashburnham Place welcomes individuals or groups, with a variety of rooms available to book. Accommodation comprises 271 beds in 121 bedrooms to suit different budgets and needs. There is disabled access.
DeMazenod House (East London) (24)
020 7702 3544 www.orc-london.org
In the heart of the City of London, the DeMazenod Retreat Centre provides a programme of retreats, meeting rooms to hire, Spiritual Direction, as well as retreat facilitation for groups. The Dmazenot programme includes individually guided retreats and other retreats – such as themed retreats, city retreats, Christian meditation retreats – for individuals or groups of up to six people for one to six days duration. Single rooms with or without en suite are available.
Guild of Health – St Marylebone Parish Church (North West London) (25)
01303 277399 http://www.gohealth.org.uk/index.html
The Guild of Health holds teaching days and seminars on healing, wholeness, prayer and spirituality, Quiet Days and Retreats and regular Healing Services. Days of Prayer and Quiet Days are an opportunity to reflect on where God is for you. Styles and themes will vary, but there will usually be some input made to the whole group, time for individual reflection and a chance to meet one-to-one with a prayer guide / spiritual adviser. There is also always ample space to relax, explore and to be silent. Holy Communion and the Laying on of Hands and / or the Anointing with Oil is sometimes offered at these events. There are no facilities for group bookings. No accommodation is available.
Kairos Centre (Roehampton, London) (26)
020 8788 4188 http://www.thekairoscentre.co.uk/retreats.html
The Kairos Retreat Centre is an urban oasis situated within three acres of gardens and overlooking Richmond Park. Kairos offer a programme of organised retreats, including preached retreats, silent retreats, individually guided retreats, as well as other events. Spiritual direction, aromatherapy and reflexology are available on request. Kairos welcomes all people, either individuals or groups, especially from parishes, deaneries or diocese. There are private meeting rooms available to hire for the day or longer. Accommodation in single or twin rooms, some en suite, is available. There is also a modern bungalow in the grounds with three en suite bedrooms and a conservatory, which is ideal for meetings. The bungalow is also suitable for hire for small groups and as a self-catering facility. The main building has good disabled access, however, the bungalow does not.
London Spirituality Centre (Central London) (27)
020 7621 1391 http://www.spiritualitycentre.org/
The London Spiritualty Centre offers training and development opportunities for individuals and groups, including two formation courses for spiritual directors, supervision groups and a wide variety of workshops. Set in the historic Church of St Edmund the King and its Vestry Hall, the centre comprises a suite of training and meeting rooms, which are available to hire. Rooms suitable for spiritual direction and therapy may be hired by the hour. There is a small churchyard garden. The centre has good disabled access and is non-residential.
Milleret House (West London) (28)
020 7361 4756 http://www.assumptionreligious.org/
The mission of Milleret House, inspired by St Marie Eugenie who founded the Religious of the Assumption to bring the world to Christ through the work of education, is the Christian education of young people in the Church. There is a programme of events, including retreat and study days for both children and adults. Groups can also hire a variety of meeting spaces to suit groups of 5-50 and facilitate retreats or meetings themselves or alternatively input and facilitation can be provided and tailored to the needs of each group. Accommodation for 12 people, with 6 single rooms, 2 en suite, and 2 twin/bunk-bedded rooms is available. Access to the Maria Assumpta chapel is also available as well as to peaceful and private gardens.
Royal Foundation of St Katharine (East London) (29)
0300 111 1147 http://www.rfsk.org.uk/
A place to stay, meet or retreat, the Foundation is used by groups and individuals on quiet days or retreats, as an alternative to London hotels, attending conferences or workshops, or hiring the meeting room facilities. The Foundation offers a programme of led or unled reflection days as well as offering a variety of private rooms that can be used for retreats by groups or individuals. Access is available to the St Katharine’s chapel, which is open for use at all times. Services are held daily. A large amount of accommodation available, comprising doubles, singles, twin or family rooms all en suite from £70 a night up to £150. There is good disabled access.
The Welcome: Sisters of St Andrew (Lewisham, London) (30)
020 8852 1662 http://www.sisters-of-st-andrew.com/index1.html
The Welcome is the home of an Ignation community and is set in a large garden in close proximity to Blackheath Common and Greenwich Park. The Welcome offers a programme of Quiet Days, Workshops, individually guided retreats, events and training. Spiritual accompaniment with a Sister of the community is available on request. The centre offers 7 single rooms and 2 en-suite rooms. Guests are all self-catering, but the house has fully equipped kitchenettes. There is access to the ‘Oast House Chapel’, which is used for both personal and group prayer. The community holds prayers there daily. There are spaces for hire for small and larger groups (max. 25). Groups have use of a kitchen. There is access to a small ‘creative space’ with art materials as well as good selection of spiritual books, music and other resources. There is good disabled access.
St Michael’s Convent (Richmond, London) (31)
020 8940 8711 ext 102 http://sistersofthechurch.org/our-houses/uk/ham-common
The community located at Ham Common includes Sisters and a number of Alongsiders, in addition to staff and volunteers. During a stay at St Michael’s, guests are welcome to join in the daily worship and to enjoy the chapel, library and extensive garden. Space is available for group and team meetings and members of the house are available for spiritual accompaniment, psychotherapy and counselling. St Michael’s welcomes small residential groups (usually between 3 and 6 people) and is especially popular with cell / home groups or groups from parishes. St Michael’s welcomes groups and individuals of any faith. A programme of residential retreats is offered – both individually guided or led with various themes and styles. Bedrooms are simply and comfortably furnished. Each has a hand basin. Bathroom and kitchenette facilities are located on guest corridors. There is good disabled access; however wheelchair access in the house is limited.
House of Prayer (Moseley, Surrey) (32)
020 8941 2313 http://christian-retreat.org/index.html#.WeYoN8uWzIU
The House of Prayer is run by the Sisters of the Christian Retreat, and a programme of retreats, courses and regular groups is available to help people on their spiritual journey. These include retreats from one to seven days long, on different themes throughout the year. The House also welcomes those looking for private retreats or quiet days. The House of Prayer can accommodate day groups up to a maximum of 30 people and can provide a facilitator, if required. Spiritual accompaniment is available on request. There are seven bedrooms (three en suite), but these are reserved for individuals on residential retreats.
Claridge House (Lingfield, Surrey) (33)
01342 832150 http://www.claridgehousequaker.org.uk/index.php
Claridge House is a Quaker centre for healing situated in rural Surrey in two acres of gardens. The house is available as a place to stay to find rest and renewal or as a residential centre for those enrolled on retreats, courses or workshops offered at Claridge, which include healing with music, painting, crafts, yoga and circle dancing. Claridge House also offers led day retreats as part of the varied programme of retreats on offer. Claridge is also available for group stays over a weekend or midweek and is sometimes available for hire by a group for exclusive use. The stays are full board, with vegetarian food. The house can accommodate 12 people in individual bedrooms, four of which are on the ground floor, two being in a purpose-built annex, with facilities for disabled people. A maximum of 16 guests can be accommodated.
Ladywell Retreat and Spirituality Centre (Godalming, Surrey) (34)
01483 419269 http://www.ladywellretreat.org.uk/home/
Ladywell Retreat and Spirituality Centre, set in the heart of the Surrey countryside, is Franciscan community. People of all faiths and none are welcome as individuals or in a group to use the facilities or to join one of the programmed events, which include days of prayer, individually guided retreats and creative retreats. The main Conference Room, which is available to hire, can take up to 60 delegates for day groups with lunch. There are a number of spaces for silent or group prayer. Spiritual direction is available on request. Accommodation comprises 25 single rooms, 1 twin bedded and 2 double rooms. There is good disabled access.
St Columba’s House (Woking, Surrey) (35)
01483 766498 http://www.stcolumbashouse.org.uk/
Saint Columba’s House is open to residential and day groups as well as individuals. The house offers a varied programme of retreats and quiet days on topics such as theology, Christian meditation and creative prayer. St Columba’s House has a variety of rooms available to hire for groups, which can accommodate 3 to 80 people. A reading room with a Christian library is also available for guests to use. St Columba is very happy to arrange bespoke events for a group alongside the varied programme of retreats. The house has 1 twin and 21 single en suite bedrooms in the main house. Two of these have disability access and an alarm. Redwood House (in the grounds) has 4 twin bedrooms, 3 of which are en suite and the fourth has a separate shower room.
Wychcroft (Blethchingley, Surrey) (36)
01883 743041 http://www.southwark.anglican.org/ministry/wychcroft
Wychcroft, the Southwark Diocesan Training Centre, was first used by the Diocese as the home of the Southwark Ordination Course and other training in the Diocese. The house is now available to hire to groups who wish to use the house for appropriate group training activities and who value the peace and quiet of its location. When the house is not being used residentially, it can be used for day conference groups. The facilities include meeting rooms, library, lounge, dining room and a chapel. The house has 23 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 36 guests.
Northern France (Arras Diocese)
Prieuré Saint-Thomas (Epernon, France) (1)
(+33) 02378 36001 http://www.prieure-saint-thomas.fr/
Located 30 miles from Paris, The Priory of St. Thomas is an Ignation retreat centre set in four acres of parkland. The Priory welcomes groups, families and individuals as a place to find peace and serenity and runs a varied programme of retreats, some aimed at young people, some led by members of the Priory community. The Priory can sleep 66 people in single, double or family rooms. It also has several functional meeting rooms available to hire to groups.
Le Hautmont (Lille, France) (2)
(+33) 03202 60961 www.hautmont.org
60 miles from Calais and close to the Belgian border, Le Hautmont Ignation Spirituality Centre is set in eight acres of beautiful countryside and offers a programme of retreats, courses and workshops. Individually guided retreats are available if requested in advance. Individuals or groups are welcome; meeting spaces are available to hire privately for groups. There are 45 single bedrooms available that can be made into doubles. There are no en suite bedrooms.
Centre Spirituel Manrèse (Clamart, France) (3)
(+33) 01452 99860 www.manrese.com
Just five miles outside of Paris, bordering the forest of Meudon, Le Centre Spirtuel Manrèse welcomes any person onto its programme of retreats featuring themed quiet days, 2-3 praying days, 2-8 day theological educational retreats, 5, 8 or 30 day group retreats with a guide, or individual retreats for 3-8 days. The centre welcomes individuals or groups who can either join in the programme of activities or make their own arrangements. Spiritual accompaniment is available on request.
Centre spirituel du Cénacle (Versailles, France) (4)
(+33) 01395 02156 www.ndcenacle.org
The Centre is located near Paris, 800 meters from the Castle and the Park of Versailles. The Centre offers 6 meeting rooms, 2 conference rooms and there is a lounge for hire. Accommodation comprises 19 double rooms, 6 single rooms, most with shower and toilet. There is disabled access and parking. The annual programme includes retreats, reflection and training. Groups and individuals can book onto organised retreat or can lead their own. Groups can request a member of the community team to work with them and spiritual accompaniment is available on request to individuals.
Le Centre des Tourelles (Condette, France) (5)
(+33) 03218 37142 http://www.les-tourelles-de-condette.fr/
The Arras Diocese centre of spiritual formation – just 30 miles from Calais – welcomes individuals, families, groups, clergy and laity. Daily prayer and Eucharist are available for participation. A team, consisting of clergy and laity, offers healing times, retreats, spiritual direction, reflection time, preparations for marriage and lectures on various topics. A program of activities is available. The Centre welcomes groups to stay for a day, a weekend or a week and has a number of rooms available for use. Accommodation comprises 48 rooms with 1 or 2 beds, including 31 with showers and toilets. There is good disabled access.
Maison Diocésaine Saint Vaast d’Arras (Arras, France) (6)
(+33) 03212 14038 http://arras.catholique.fr/page-15065.html
The House St Vaast is near the city center, so there are good transport links, but it is also a place for quiet, set in the middle of a large park. There is a Chapel on site, as well as 2 conference rooms (120 and 200 seats); 11 meeting rooms are available to hire. The House can cater for up to 200 people at one time. There is a variety of accommodation, including some rooms with en suite and single or double beds, together with some shared bathrooms with bunk beds. There is good disabled access.
The Mill Retreat Centre (Breteuil, France) (7)
0845 310 8063 (number for UK enquiries) http://www.millretreatcentre.com/
Half-way between Paris and Calais, The Mill Retreat Centre is located in 30 acres of grounds and is perfect for relaxing walks and wildlife spotting. Meeting/Yoga rooms for up to 100 people are available to hire. A coach can be booked from London to The Mill. This is not specifically a Christian retreat centre but is available to book for large groups to use as your own retreat space. Bedrooms are available to sleep 40 comfortably or up to 50 people max. There is disabled access.
Venues for Parish Retreats/Quiet Day
Hartlip Methodist Retreat Centre
Set in the Kent countryside, Hartlip offers a quiet and peaceful venue for hire for individuals or groups to use for meetings, away days, quiet days or retreats. The gardens and chapel are available for use and there are good walking opportunities in surrounding area. Contact Dr Derek Gallagher on 01634 360106.
West Moreline Retreat Centre and Goodnestone Park Gardens
Suitable for groups to hire on Mondays and Tuesdays when not open to the public. Refreshments and lecture rooms are available. Visit www.goodnestoneparkgardens.co.uk
An old church building overlooking miles of beautiful countryside. To use contact Rev. Rod Whateley on 01233 732274.
Holy Innocents’ Adisham is a historic church building which has just undergone major works and is now equipped with brand new flooring, underfloor heating, a meeting room, and a brand new kitchen with new facilities. To use contact Rev Marc Terry on 01304 840871 or David Rance 01304 840569.
The Oak Room, Smeeth Church
The Oak Room is a beautiful, modern small hall next to St Mary’s Church, Smeeth (near Ashford) For details of hiring the Oak Room, please contact Rev Richard Le Rossignol on 01303 812697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Godmersham and Crundale Village Hall
Conveniently situated on the A28, halfway between Canterbury and Ashford, in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this beautiful village hall was built in 2013, and has all the modern facilities of a very comfortable venue. Bookings via their website.
Lower Hardes Village Hall
This modern hall is situated just off the B2068 (Canterbury to Hythe Road). It has good facilities, parking, and beautiful grounds. More info can be found on the website. To book contact Jane Grundy 01227 700 655 or email@example.com
A historic church near Faversham with good facilities for AV. To use contact Roger Edmonston (churchwarden) 01795 521 131. Website.