The Caldecotte Xperience has a choice of accommodation to enable young people to experience the thrill of residential outdoor learning.
Experience the thrill of residential outdoor learning
With the growing popularity of glamping and an increasing demand from schools and clubs to experience the thrill of residential outdoor learning, The Caldecotte Xperience now offers great accommodation with the new luxury Tented Village, Yurt Village and the main George Amey Centre.
Our accommodation areas have fully equipped kitchens. Our catered stays offer healthy, balanced and filling meals that are cooked fresh on site daily and we are proud to hold FSA Food Hygiene Rating 5.
We are able to cater for all dietary, religious and allergy requirements.
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The ultimate residential outdoor learning experience
The Yurt Village
The first The Caldecotte Xperience yurt village complex was opened in 2015 and has proved very popular with visitors. This has now expanded to two yurt villages to keep up with high demand. The yurts are based on a traditional Mongolian design, brought up to the 21st Century with the building being interconnected and having bedrooms, bathrooms, accessible bedroom facilities, kitchen, electricity, heating and lighting.
There are four bedrooms around a central main communal yurt. The bedroom accommodation comfortably sleeps 25 and there is capacity to sleep 3 additional people on futons in the main room. The main room has a bespoke built kitchen with electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, kettle and toaster, sinks with hot and cold running water and all the pots and pans, crockery and cutlery you need.
The two main bedrooms have sets of bunk beds sleeping 10 in each with an en-suite toilet and sink located just off each room. There are two smaller rooms which each has an accessible/high dependency bed and a set of bunk beds which can be used for additional sleeping or for staff.
New, festival feel Tented Village
New for 2022, our recently installed tented village has a fun festival feel with luxury bell tents giving the ambiance of camping but with much more space.
What is a Bell Tent?
A bell tent is a simple, traditional tent-like structure with a round base and a sloping roof with a central peak. They are simple, comfortable and have a connection with traditional camping tents.
Our bell tents will protect you from the elements providing the ideal solution for your camp.
Next to the Tented Village you’ll have access to toilet and shower facilities and an area to make tea and coffee. Our catered stays offer healthy, balanced meals that are cooked fresh on site daily from the George Amey building.
The tented village can accommodate groups of up to 135 with each tent sleeping up to 8 people.
Comfortable bunk rooms in the George Amey Centre
Our indoor accommodation at the George Amey Centre offers traditional bunk style rooms within the main building of The Caldecotte Xperience. Our 8 bedrooms are a variety of sizes, accommodating from 2 to 8 guests. Beds are singles and bunks.
On site you’ll have access to communal showers and toilet facilities conveniently located in the George Amey Centre.
The accommodation areas have fully equipped kitchens and our catered stays offer healthy, balanced and filling meals that are cooked fresh on site daily and we are proud to hold FSA Food Hygiene Rating 5.
The George Amey Centre can accommodate for groups of up to 46.
Wheelchair accessible specialist accommodation
Both the The Yurt village and the main George Amey Centre have fully equipped kitchens. Our catered stays offer healthy, balanced and filling meals that are cooked fresh on site daily and we are proud to hold FSA Food Hygiene Rating 5. We are able to cater for all dietary, religious and allergy requirements.
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