Sidholme is well suited to the holiday maker and conference delegate alike, who can work, rest or play in its peaceful and relaxing surroundings. Sidholme was built for the VIth Earl of Buckingham in 1826 and is a building of significant interest. It is particularly noted for its magnificent Music Room, complete with fine chandeliers and Gothic-style organ.
A limited number of day visitors may be accommodated in addition to resident delegates if space is available. Please check with Sidholme for availability and terms.