Great Potheridge House, set in six acres of land, is the remaining wing of General George Monck’s 17th century mansion house. It is a grade 1 listed building, with an oak panelled dining room, the original staircase with a painted ceiling, a huge fireplace with a log burner in the lounge and lots of history to be discovered. There is a barn complex too, across the car park.
The current capacity is approximately 75 students plus staff.
- Accommodation is bunkhouse style, divided between the main house and the barn complex
- Leaders’ accommodation is in separate rooms in the main house and the barns
- Showers and toilets are sited in the barn complex and main house
- Separate staff showers and toilets
- Duvets and bedding are provided for all groups – other than campers
- Wheelchair-friendly rooms and shower/toilet facilities