Tel. 01928 733777

There are 16 single en-suite study bedrooms with tea & coffee making facilities in each.

In addition there are 4 twin rooms (2 are DDA compliant).

Free broadband internet is available. There is lift access from the ground floor to the first floor, also down to the chapel.


The chapel is available at all times and there is open access to all of the attractive grounds and gardens comprising approximately 70 acres of mature woodlands.

Foxhill chapel was  completely refurbished in 2006, with more comfortable seating, new windows and an improved heating system. The views of the woodland surrounding the chapel are stunning, with trees, birds and the occasional wild animal only yards away from the congregation. It is not unknown for a service to halt temporarily while everyone watches a vixen and cubs stroll past the windows!

The chapel is fully accessible to wheelchair users as indeed are all the conference facilities.

Warden's message

Open Door ​ (more)

Foxhill Prayer Time - Tuesday 9th February 2016. The Warden, Chaplain and Friends of Foxhill invite you to come and pray in the Chapel for Foxhill as a place of Meeting, Refreshment and Encounter. 7pm, no need to book, just turn up - All are Welcome.

Preparing to come to Foxhill

As you prepare to come to Foxhill is there anything you would like us to pray about for you or your group? If there is please email the Warden, the Rev'd David Woodall: or telephone 01928 733777.

During your stay

When available the Warden, the Rev'd David Woodall and the Chaplain the Rev'd Anne Samuels can offer a 'listening ear', opportunity for personal prayer and anointing with oil, we can also lead worship for your group. If possible let the Warden know in advance by emailing: or telephoning 01928 733777.

Likewise if you would like the Warden or Chaplain to help facilitate your group or have some other input during your stay, please let the Warden know in advance. 

Temporary Worker(s) Required

This is a part time position between 10-20 hours per week depending on the booking demands, being paid an hourly rate at the Living Wage (currently £7.85 per hour). (more)

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