Indoor Accommodation

Accommodation availability is limited in outdoor centres as they are very popular – please call us as soon as you even think of a trip! It is normal for summer months (and for weekends year round) to book residentials at least one year in advance.

The style of accommodation varies; some have larger dormitory rooms and some rooms of 4-8 students. We’ll check with you what you prefer and will try to match your needs with what is available.

The Peak District

We use several centres in the Peak District which we rent for the duration of your course. Staff and catering are supplied by ourselves. When you arrange a course with us we will organise the best accommodation according to the size and needs of your group, and liaise with you.


Camping is a fantastically rewarding experience in itself, and as a part of a residential trip it is invaluable. There is no substitute for sleeping under canvas and it should be something every young person has the opportunity to do.

Usually the best months for camping residentials are between early May and early October. There’s no guarantee of perfect weather at any of these times, but really bad weather that precludes camping is very rare.

Tents for residentials are ‘Patrol’ type tents familiar to Guides and Scouts – up to six students in a tent. Tents have waterproof groundsheets.

Campsites have modern facilities – there are toilets, washing cubicles with hot water and hot showers.

Teacher tents are located near to students’ tents, but can be repositioned anywhere very easily.



Peak District Accommodation

Please contact us on 01273 487509 or email for more information.