Abbot Hall can accommodate up to 100 people in single, twin, double and family rooms, many of which have en-suite facilities. Conference facilities include a main hall, with stage area, that can comfortably seat over 100 people, as well as smaller rooms that can be used as syndicate rooms.
There are also five self-contained lodges within the grounds. These comprise four lodges with two bedrooms (including one with facilities for people with disabilities) and one with three bedrooms.
Leisure facilities include a 15m (48ft) heated indoor swimming pool with a separate childrens pool.
Total bed spaces: 96
All bedrooms have wash hand basins and tea/coffee making facilities.
Accommodation is divided between three areas: the Main House, Bungalow and Coach House. The Coach House and the Bungalow are accessible from outside the main house. There are no ground floor rooms accessible from within the main house.
Three cots are available. Please contact Abbot Hall to check whether bedrooms can accommodate cots and beds when allocating rooms.
Rooms are allocated to groups depending on size and activities.
A limited number of day visitors can be accommodated in addition to resident delegates. Day visitors must not be taken to the exclusion of resident delegates. Please check with Abbot Hall for availability and terms.
Hymn books available.
Please contact hotel if you would like assistance with any of the following activities:
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.