Housed in a large Victorian mansion on the edge of the historic market town of Broughton-in-Furness, the Kepplewray Centre has 17 bedrooms which sleep between 1 to 10 people in single or bunk beds and which, in total, can accommodate up to 76 guests.
There is a large main lounge, a smaller second lounge, a reception lounge and a large dining room – together with a recreation room (with pool table and table football) plus a conservatory which houses a table tennis table.
All guests eat at the same time in the dining room and the well equipped kitchen serves delicious home cooked food at breakfast and dinner time and also provides the makings of packed lunches for groups out doing activities. Alternative arrangements for lunch can be accommodated as can special dietary needs at any time during a stay. There are hot and cold drinks available 24 hours a day.
The extensive back garden, which is fully accessible, has a pond and sunny seating areas amongst the flower beds, and is also used for several on-site activities including tree climbing, team challenges and archery. We also have a fully accessible abseiling ramp which enables everyone to experience the thrill of a controlled descent.
With 15 years experience of providing adventure activities for groups of able bodied and disabled people of all ages, either on a residential basis or as a day visitor, The Kepplewray Centre has the expertise to offer an extensive range of outdoor activities and training to school groups, special need groups, voluntary groups, church groups, families and businesses.
The ethos of inclusion at The Kepplewray Centre encourages everyone to use their own strengths and abilities and, with the support of their peers, to overcome physical and mental barriers.