Booking Form

Hilfield Friary


Please use the below form to send us your booking details as requested by the Hilfield guest co-ordinator, if you have not already made a booking please call us on 01300 341 741 and we will check availability for you first.


Guest Name* :

Address* :

Email* :

Phone Number* :

Day GroupStaying With Us

Preference of House* : (Please select house/option as advised by guest co-ordinator)

Please select the button to confirm your contact details can be kept on our secure database so that we can send you occasional information about Hilfield Friary and its Programme :

Confirm

Course Title If Applicable :

Arrival Date* :

Arrival Time-rooms will be available from 3pm :

Departure Date :

Travel :
Own TransportArrive by train

If arriving by train, we would prefer to meet you at Sherborne station at approximately 3:30pm.
For those coming to Yetminster or Chetnole Station please discuss with Suzi before booking your train.
We routinely take guests back to Sherborne station for the 2:30pm or 3:30pm trains. We ask for a £6 donation per trip to cover our costs.

Time :

Station :

Dietary Needs :

Any Other Special Requirements :

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We seek to share God’s generosity. We make no charge for your stay at the Friary, but we are entirely dependent on voluntary contributions to maintain the life and work of the Friary and are grateful for what you are able to give. We suggest a donation of around £40 per person per night for full board, or £25 per person per night self catering. If you are in a position to Gift Aid your donation to the Friary we can claim the income tax you’ve paid in addition to your donation; this extra income for us also supports any who are unable to give the suggested amount. A £100 Non-Refundable Deposit will be needed to confirm for group bookings only on Booking of each house. Of course, if you are able to give all or part of your donation in advance of your stay we are very glad to receive it! Please make cheques payable to ‘Society of St Francis’.