The centre can accommodate 39 adults in dormitory, twin and single bedrooms on full board or self-catered basis.
The rooms are clean and mainly basic dormitory style with newly updated toilet and washing facilities.
There is an en-suite twin bedroom in the mill building with disabled access and facilities.
All bedding is provided which includes sheet sleeping bags.
In the colder weather, rooms are heated with night store heaters.
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Kitchen and Dining Room
The kitchen and dining room are located on the ground floor of the main mill building and overlook the delightful courtyard where in summer guests can enjoy eating al fresco.
The kitchen is fully equipped for groups of up to 50 people. For catering purposes there is a large commercial six hot plate electric fan oven/cooker, boiling water on tap, two domestic dishwashers, microwave and a large commercial refrigerator. Space is also available in our deep freezers. We provide cutlery, white crockery, serving dishes, saucepans and kitchen utensils.
All water in the kitchen is provided from our own springs.
The Dining Room is adjacent to the kitchen food can be served through a large serving hatch.
Groups hiring Springhead can self-cater or can take advantage of our catered option. Springhead’s food is freshly cooked and locally sourced where possible. Organic and vegetarian options are available. Other dietary requests can be arranged if prior notice is given.
Two recreation rooms are located on the first floor of the main mill building and overlook the picturesque lake and gardens. The larger room, the Mill Room, can seat up to 60 people theatre style and is ideal for workshops and presentations. The Lounge Room offers comfortable wicker chairs; a piano; a fireplace with a log burner and French doors leading onto the gardens.
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Male, Female and Disabled toilet facilities are available in the Mill Building
There is a car park at the rear of the grounds, which can be approached via a lane off Mill Street. Cars must not be left in the courtyard. Where groups are arriving by coach it should be noted that the driver is required to drop his/her passengers in the car park and not at the lower pedestrian entrance. No liability is accepted for loss or damage of vehicles or contents.
A pathway suitable for wheelchairs leads from Springhead’s car park to the main buildings. Disabled toilet facilities are provided on the ground floor and there is now an en-suite bedroom on the first floor with disabled access and facilities. The garden is wheelchair accessible in reasonable weather conditions.