The Barn

The Barn provides excellent self catering accommodation and facilities to its guests. The Barn offers a perfect environment for retreat and activity based work as well as other gatherings with its spacious dormitories that sleep 41 in total. Downstairs is an open social space that includes a dining area, a space to gather together as a group (whether for a meeting or activities), fully equipped kitchen and a smaller meeting room. 

Comprising of three generously sized dormitories and three twin rooms, with refurbished bathroom facilities the Barn accommodation offers its guests everything that they need for a comfortable do it yourself style residential. 

For more information about prices and room plans, then please follow the link to our Information Page.

If you are interested in making a booking at Savio House or have any queries please see our Contact us page for ways to get in touch. 

Coach House & Mews

Specifically designed for retreat and activity based work, this area of the property provides an ideal location for all kinds of activities and gatherings. With the capacity to sleep 53 people in 32 cosy bedrooms spread over 4 corridors, the Coach House and Mews offers fantastic facilities for both residential and day visits to Savio House. 

With the inclusion of the large meeting area, games room and coffee bar the Coach House and Mews enables all of its guests to relax and enjoy all the elements that the retreat experience has to offer.

Our Accommodation

01625 573256

Ingersley Rd, Bollington, Macclesfield SK10 5RW, UK

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