The architecture of the six boarding houses varies from Victorian through to modern contemporary.
Each House is set in a quiet location adjacent to the main site and has its own garden and parking. The Houses offer excellent accommodation for up to 300 guests of which 125 rooms are single occupancy. Common rooms and recreation rooms are found in every House.
This House is ideal for smaller groups and groups of younger children.
There is a ‘family home’ feel to this distinctive house which is set within a large garden. Batsford sleeps 27 in 4 multi-bedded dormitories plus 2 staff rooms, one single and one twin.
Please note, there are bunk beds in this accommodation.
A former 1930s rectory, The Benhams is located next to the main site, overlooking the School playing fields. This House accommodates 50, with 27 single rooms plus 2 staff rooms.
A homely, older style House with two spacious common rooms, one with piano, and a large games room. The Mount accommodates 50 in single, twin and multi-bedded rooms plus 2 staff rooms.
The unique layout of this House, with bedrooms arranged in self-contained ‘pods’, makes it particularly suited to families, groups of children or any party requiring multi-bedded accommodation.
Hatfield has a games room in addition to two large common rooms which both open directly into the garden. ‘The Hex’ in particular is a versatile social area with a piano and small staging. Accommodation for 54 in multi bedded rooms plus 4 single staff rooms.
A large recreation area and 60 single occupancy rooms with basins are located in this contemporary style building.
Situated on the upper floors of the main building, bedrooms to the front and side enjoy far reaching views over the Malvern Hills whilst those at the rear overlook the Quad.
Poulton House offers spacious accommodation for 72 with 38 single rooms plus 2 staff rooms.
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