Blog posts from 'September 2014'
One of the fantastic things about working at Brinsop Court is how varied each day can be whilst enjoying the backdrop of a house that has been the same for centuries! I recently had the pleasure of manning the office for two days whilst everyone else in the team was out and about doing other important stuff. Day one was the calm before the storm because the… read more on A day in the life of a Brinsop team member
We have a lovely fun treasure hunt set up here at Brinsop for the younger members of the family. There are 20 photos of places around the historic manor house itself and one photo of somewhere completely different and the children need to work out which one isn’t at Brinsop! Each photo has a three digit number attached to it and if they get the right one,… read more on Finding Brinsop’s Treasures
You’ve booked your holiday and you are coming to stay with all the family! It is time now to think about the entertainment! Of course there is plenty to do in the games room with the table tennis, snooker table and dart board. And outside there is fishing, the tennis court and bikes to use. But if your family are like mine, when they get together they… read more on Brinsop’s version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire!
What we’ve tried to create at Brinsop is a place where people can have a quintessentially English holiday in the countryside. We encourage our guests to enjoy the woodland walks and marked trails across the estate. We make it easy for them to relax on the lawns by the moat and soak up the peace and quiet. And what is so fantastic about the manor house and… read more on Country Fete Wedding at Brinsop
That quote is attributed to Pablo Picasso and we feel the same about Brinsop! Today’s post though is all about h.Art, a local event which starts this weekend. If you are into art then you are in for a treat with over 100 venues showing the work of more than 200 artists. The blurb in the catalogue states “enjoy personal encounters with artists in the intimacy of… read more on Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life