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What to expect?

A fully catered residential holiday in the UK’s National Centre for Folk Art. Taster workshops in previous years have included:  silk painting, wooden music stand making, origami, making greeting cards, beginners crochet, knit an easter basket etc.  There may also be a daily quiz, a scrabble tournament and organised walks.  The tutors for these workshops are made up from people attending, so if you have a craft skill you would like to share, there may be an opportunity for you to run your own workshop.  On top of all this, there will be the usual traditional Folk Camps daily music workshops and evening ceilidhs.

NB single supplement of £75 applies.

If you want to stay in your own campervan rather than in the hotel, then the fee is reduced to £325 per person (or £355 if paid at the late rate, see booking conditions). Please mention this on the booking form, or by emailing the office.


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Nestling discretely in the Quantock Hills within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Halsway is in a magical setting. The Manor house is listed by English Heritage as Grade II* late 15th century with 19th century additions. Visitors enjoy six beautiful acres of gardens, a warm and welcoming atmosphere, onsite accommodation in a range of comfortable bedrooms, great food and a beautiful panelled bar. The manor’s seclusion and the warm and friendly atmosphere is much appreciated by its many supporters as being highly conducive for educational/learning activities.

Information about the hotel.