For more than two decades, the Hoffman Process in the UK has been hosted in venues which range from rustic simplicity to the elegance of 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. Delicious menus are designed to provide exactly what is needed at specific stages of the course, and special diets can be accommodated on request.
Each of our venues provides different levels of accommodation, so it’s important to speak to the Hoffman office if you have specific requirements.
Broughton Sanctuary, at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, is one of the most exquisite event venues in the UK. Accommodation is in a Grade 1 listed stately home surrounded by stunning countryside and beautiful 17th Century formal gardens, while Process work takes place at Broughton’s award-winning wellbeing centre, Avalon
The Process at Broughton offers a range of accommodation options, including single rooms and single en suite (offered on a first come, first served basis). Click here for more information.
Oxon Hoath is a Grade II* listed former manor house with 73 acres of grounds. It was originally built more than 600 years ago by Sir John Culpepper, a Knight of King Henry V, as a royal park for the Kingdom’s oxen and deer.
Most of the rooms retain their original mansion proportions and enjoy spectacular views. The majority of rooms are single occupancy and have ensuite facilities; those without have a bathroom close by.
You can arrive at Oxon Hoath the night before the Process and have dinner, bed and breakfast for an additional supplement of £100. Please let the enrolment team know if you wish to stay Friday night.
To find out more, visit the Oxon Hoath website, here
The Vedanta in Lincolnshire is an award-winning luxury retreat venue, set in a Grade II listed Elizabethan estate. Nestled amongst 75 acres of woodlands, meadows and lakes in the rolling hills of Lincolnshire, its 43 ensuite bedrooms provide ample single accommodation for all. The nearest train station is Lincoln, which is approx 2.5 hours from London (Kings Cross) or Birmingham (New Street), and is a ten minute taxi ride from the venue. There is free parking for those travelling by car.