The Old Vicarage
The Old Vicarage is a small piece of local history. Built in the 1860’s with stone from a local Forest quarry to house the vicar and his family who looked after the local parish church, the three-storey Victorian building has been converted to accommodate up to 51 guests.
There are dormitory style bedrooms on the first and second floors, as well as toilets and showers and a leader’s room with three single beds. Downstairs there is a bedroom and shower/wet room both with disabled access. The ground floor also has a comfortable lounge/dining room and a fully equipped kitchen.
The Old Vicarage provides the opportunity for a programme of adventure for those who prefer indoor sleeping, whether fully catered or self-catered. Outside there is space for your group to play and chill out; there is also a fire pit with surrounding seating.
All bedding is provided for you to make up beds, including sheets, duvet covers and pillow cases.
“We are so happy we are coming back. The children say it is the best trip ever. We were especially impressed by the pastoral input,the management of individuals and their needs.Many thanks.”
– Mr I Doswell, Deputy Head St Georges Primary, Weston Super Mare