Centenary Hall is the main accommodation block on site. It is a large L-shaped wooden framed-building which was the first one we erected on the site after we purchased the existing house and paddocks.
One leg of the L contains most of the sleeping accommodation, mostly in dormitories with bunk beds. There are also five single rooms with washbasins, primarily for leaders of groups. The second leg of the L contains the toilets/washrooms and showers, some further dormitories, a staff room, utility/store room, catering-standard kitchen and the large multipurpose main hall. This has a seating area and may be set up as a games/work space, a classroom or dining room.
The building was re-roofed in 2004.
The building had a fully refurbished kitchen & staff Room in 2010.
Outside is a patio area and lawns.
The accommodation comprises -
- Large multipurpose hall/dining room
- Staff room
- Nine dormitories with from three to seven bunk spaces
- Four single staff bedrooms with washbasin
- Fully equipped kitchen with hatch to main hall
- Larder with freezer
- Two main toilet rooms with washing facilities
- Disabled toilets
- Full central heating
The layout of the building is shown below: