Short Break for Collectors
27th February 2022
Our short break for collectors has been a signature event at Rothay Manor for nearly twenty years. It is designed for those of you with a lively interest in antiques and collecting. The emphasis is on a pleasant and relaxing break in the company of fellow enthusiasts. Groups are limited to 25, and are well suited to anyone on their own.
The resident host, Nicholas Merchant has been our host for fifteen years. He has worked at Sotheby’s, is an accredited lecturer for the Arts Society and lectures world-wide. He has a reputation as a genial and knowledgeable lecturer.
The Spring holiday will include, as always, an interesting and eclectic mix of talks and visits. Tennant's auctioneers will be joining us again this Spring and, in addition to a valuation opportunity, will give us two talks from their specialists.
This full itinerary is available on request and is subject to change.
Classic – price tbc
Superior – price tbc
Superior Plus – price tbc
Suite – price tbc
Classic – sole occupancy price tbc
Superior – sole occupancy price tbc
Please contact us for more information about what will be included in the 4-night break.
If you would like to explore the local area but don't quite have the skills or are worried about getting lost why not hire a walking guide during your stay?
Pip Line has lived and taught in the south Lakes area for many years. For the past 15 years she has been mainly based in the French Alps, but returning often to visit and work in the Lake District and Scotland. She is an International Mountain Leader & first aider, and above all passionate about the outdoor environment, its life and Mans place in it. She will guide you on popular routes and also take you off the beaten track to explore secret trails and stunning vistas.
Prices from £150 for a full day for 2 people including a packed lunch.
Please contact us for more information
Spring & Autumn
We're partnered with local forager David Winnard to offer our guests a new hands-on, seasonal and sustainable foraging experience, that offers plenty of food for thought.
The spring offers a huge salad bar, just ripe for picking. You will learn to identify and forage wild garlic, wood sorrel, bitter-cress, cow parsley and bistort.
The Autumn brings mushroom season: if it's nice and damp there will be fungi galore, but if the weather has been dry there will be plentiful wild berries.
A half day experience, exploring the wild edible landscape around us is £175.
Please contact us for more information.