Blog posts from 'July 2014'
We lead such busy lives these days and everyone everywhere is busy doing big and important stuff to keep their days full, meaningful and under control. Sometimes though it is important to stop and take stock, have a rest and reconnect with friends and family and of course your inner self too! This can be really hard to do at home and this is where a place… read more on Busy doing nothing on holiday at Brinsop
We are a small team here headed up by Pat, the owner who is a very hands on managing director with bucket loads of energy and enthusiasm for Brinsop Court and its guests. Pat doesn’t rest on her laurels but is a huge advocate of continuous improvement and Brinsop Court is a testament to that attribute. Pat has recruited a strong team around her who not only… read more on Meet the Team
Over the last couple of weeks we have been busy in the office changing the website and booking system and some people have already discovered that things are different! Holiday makers We now offer packages for small, medium and large groups of families and friends who want to holiday at Brinsop Court. A small group we’ve defined as 22 people, a medium group as 26 people and… read more on Changes on the website
We had fun pulling together the historical timeline for Brinsop. I can’t guarantee that all these dates are spot on, so if anyone knows of any discrepancies, do let us know. Such a rich and colourful set of characters have lived here and most of them celebrities in their day! 12?? Brinsop Manor House was built for the Tirrell family 12?? Tirell or Torell family live at… read more on Brinsop Court Historical Timeline
We are thinking weddings this week, and the familiar saying, something old, something new, something borrowed something blue, a silver sixpence in your shoe. These are the four objects that a bride will add to her wedding outfit or carry with her for luck. They are often small tokens of love that mums, sisters, aunts and grandmothers have given to the bride and each represents something. The… read more on Something Old Something New