Dartington Hall is the largest medieval manor in western England. With over 800 acres of verdant forests, abundant wildlife, and clear rivers, it serves as a wonderful backdrop for Forest Therapy Guide training. The training will be held on the Dartington Estate and no commuting will be necessary unless you are staying off-site. There may be one day when the group travels to a nearby location.
Private Student Accommodation:
Private, locking room with sink and access to shared bathrooms for the floor for the nights of May 20th-26th. Lodging includes breakfast only though other meals are available for purchase on site. Participants can book and pay directly through Dartington Hall. Reserved rooms for Perry (the private student accommodations) are £35 a night and include breakfast. Private rooms have locks and sinks, and access to share bathrooms for each floor. Smoking is prohibited in accommodations. Towels and bedding will be provided.
There is also camping available. To inquire about camping, contact Dartington Hall directly. At the campsites, there will be hot and cold water, toilets, and pay shower facilities available. Electricity (available on accessible pitches only) cost extra but are available as well.
Reservations for rooms and camping can be made at firstname.lastname@example.org once you have confirmed your enrollment into the program. Please make sure to let them know that you are part of the ANFT group.
Dartington Hall offers a helpful guide for getting to its grounds via bus, train, car, and bicycle. Click here