Beaumanor Hall offers a wide range of both indoor and outdoor activities perfect for youth groups such as Scouts or Guides and groups of all ages. Our fully qualified instructors also run courses that can be tailored to meet certain criteria if your group is working towards a badge or specific qualification. Our activities can be run over half days, full day or evenings. We also offer overnight accommodation for a weekend or full week of activities in our Standing Camp or Cabins. Our activities include:
- High Ropes Course – Zip Wire, Leap of Faith etc
- Climbing and Abseiling – Indoor and Outdoor
- Canoeing/Kayaking – Lakes and Rivers
- Archery – Indoor and Outdoor
- Survival – including Shelter Building and Camp Fire
- Orienteering – On-site and Off-site
- Team Challenges/Team Building
- Land Buggies – problem-solving and team work
- The Great Indoors – a range of Indoor Activities
- Twilight: High Ropes Mission – including Zip Wire
- Scaling the Heights – a range of Climbing and Abseiling Activities
For more information about our High Ropes Course, click on the following link: HRC Leaflet
Residentials at Beaumanor
We have a number of overnight accommodation options which are perfect for residential stays.
We have 5 cabins, each with a main dormitory/s, staff bedroom/s, living and dining area, kitchen, toilets and washing and showering facilities. All cabins are fully equipped for self-catering – alternatively, on weekdays, we can provide all meals. We have an Overnight Cover person on site who is contactable and available for residential groups. More detailed information about the cabins is available on the Beaumanor Education leaflet K1+2
In the summer term there is an exciting opportunity to camp in the grounds. We provide 8 large tents which sleep a maximum of 48 students, dependent on age/size. Meals can either be self-catering or provided on weekdays.
We have a lovely area in which groups can pitch their own tents. Facilities include toilets, utensil washing area and showers by arrangement. We are ideally placed for D of E expeditions. Pre-booking essential.
Holiday Activity Club – February half term 2020
From swinging like a monkey on the high ropes to learning how to abseil – we have some fantastic days planned for the February half term holiday during 2020
February half term (Monday 17 – Friday 21 February 2020)
Monday 17 February – Climbing and Abseiling
Tuesday 18 February – Bush Craft and Desert Island Challenge
Wednesday 19 February – High Ropes Day
Thursday 20 February – Archery and Canoeing Day
Friday 21 February – Challenges and Wild Games Day or Mountain Biking
The cost per day is £40 and we also accept child care vouchers
For general enquiries please call us on 01509 890119 or email: email@example.com
For information about what to bring along, timings and all other requirements please click here:
Look out for new activities and dates coming soon for:
Easter Break Monday 6 – Thursday 9 April & Tuesday 14 – Friday 17 April 2020
May Half term Tuesday 26 – Friday 29 May 2020
Summer 2020 Monday 20 July – Friday 21 August (mon-fri, 5 weeks)
Mobile Climbing Wall
Our mobile Climbing Wall is over 7 metres high and can bring a highly-visible focal attraction to any event.
During the summer you’ll see our rock-like featured wall drawing crowds at events and fayres around the Midlands. We’re happy for you to charge participants or to have a free climb format.
There are climbs to suit all ages and abilities so everyone who can wear a harness can have a go.
Wherever there is good access and a bit of space to manoeuvre, we can bring all the challenges of rock climbing to your venue, whether school field, car park or even your home.
Bringing Our Activities to You
If getting to Beaumanor Hall is difficult we can bring a number of our activities to you, these include:
- Mobile Climbing Wall (see above)
- Team Challenges
- Land Buggies
For further information see Beaumanor Education leaflet K3+4