Over the last two decades, the Hoffman Process has been hosted in venues which range from rustic simplicity to the elegance of former stately homes.
What they provide in common is a comfortable, safe, nurturing environment situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The attentive and friendly staff at all venues make the atmosphere very special. Experts in hospitality, they also understand the need for discretion and calm. The delicious menus are designed to provide exactly what is needed at specific stages of the course, and special diets can be accommodated on request.
Our venues provide different levels of accommodation, so it’s important to speak to the Hoffman office if you require a single room or single with en-suite bathroom. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis and incur an additional charge.
Florence House in Seaford has accommodation and living space for approximately 24 participants, plus teachers. The house is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty and has views of Seaford Head, the golf course and the sea.
Registration at Florence House is on Saturday between 9.00 and 9.30am. If you wish to arrive earlier, you may stay on the Friday night, with or without dinner for an additional charge, payable to the venue:
Bed and Breakfast = £50 Dinner = £17.50 Total £67.50
Special diets at Florence House are catered for by special arrangement at an extra charge of £58 per week.
CASTLE GROVE COUNTRY HOUSE
Our Irish Process venue is set in a Georgian country house on a 200-acre estate, on the banks of Lough Swilly. This venue features a splendid welcoming fireplace and other period features. The sprawling grounds include a beautiful walled garden and offer outstanding rural views.
Registration at Castle Grove is on Saturday between 9.00 and 9.30am. If you wish to arrive earlier, you may stay on the Friday night, with or without dinner for an additional charge, payable to the venue:
Bed and Breakfast = €50 Dinner = €30.00 Total €80
Special diets at Castle Grove are catered for by special arrangement at an extra charge of €65 per week.
Broughton Hall dates back to 1597 and has belonged to the Tempest Baronet family for 900 years. It is one of the most exquisite event venues in the UK.
A large welcoming country house located between Chichester and Arundel in West Sussex, set in just over five acres of grounds, featuring splendid stone fireplaces, oak floors and other period features.
Set in the heart of the West Kent Rural Conservation Area, the ancient Manor of Oxon Hoath has 73 acres of its own beautiful, tranquil gardens and parkland and is a joy to explore.
Luxury barn accommodation in a rural setting on the edge of the South Downs near the historic town of Arundel, West Sussex.