Christian Guild hotels are perfect for conferences, retreats and church groups.
From corporate events to birthday parties, anniversaries and family celebrations, we have the perfect event for you.
As the premier UK Christian holiday and hotel company we believe that whatever your age, situation or interests we can provide the kind of holiday that you want.
Christian Guild is a trading name of Methodist Guild Holidays Limited, which has developed into a multi-denominational holiday organisation. Our guests come from all sections of the Christian family to share the fun, faith and fellowship of a holiday or short break with a truly Christian flavour.
We welcome guests of all ages, the young and the young at heart, families, groups and people on their own. Families with children are very welcome at all of our hotels and we offer some very special children's rates. We do not charge a supplement for people on their own, although single accommodation may be limited at busy times of year. We offer a choice of half board and full board and a range of light meals and snacks is available throughout the day.
We are known for our fabulous breaks that offer a packed programme of activities. But we are now introducing a new concept - Stay As You Please.
Stay As You Please gives you the flexibility to do whatever you want, but unlike other hotel holidays, we have staff on hand to help you plan so you don't miss out on any attractions.
Exciting multi-million pound plans to restore and upgrade a historic hotel owned by Methodist Guild Holidays Ltd have been agreed.
The proposals by the company, which trades as Christian Guild, mean Treloyhan Manor Hotel, in St Ives, Cornwall, will receive almost £4million of improvements.
As well as reinstating a number of original features in the Victorian building, it will also be brought up to modern hotel standards to become one of the flagship hotels of Christian Guild’s collection of hotels.
Plans for the former Sir Edward Hain mansion and its grounds were approved by the West Area Planning Sub Committee of Cornwall Council on September 22nd.
The scheme will see the building’s original Victorian conservatory and outdoor terraces reinstated, while new car parking spaces will be created.