Claridge House

Would you like to join the team at Claridge House and work the 9.30am 2pm shift each Sunday, starting on Sunday 6 September 2016?
We are looking for a friendly, considerate person who will help with the following duties: assisting with breakfast, house cleaning jobs, serving coffee, preparing for lunch and clearing away after lunch. Full training provided. 7.50 an hour.
To arrange an informal chat and visit please ring David/Kirstie on 01342 832 150

"Just to be here is so healing."

Claridge House

Claridge House is a Quaker centre for healing, rest and renewal, associated with the Friends Fellowship of Healing. It is situated in the small Surrey village of Dormansland, and stands in about two acres of beautiful gardens with many fine trees. The house is over 150 years old and was bought by the Fellowship in 1953, but is now run as a separate charity.

A Place for All

"An Oasis of Inner Peace"

Claridge HouseClaridge House is a sanctuary available to anyone who is seeking healing, rest and renewal for just a few days. The emphasis is on spirituality rather than religion, so whatever your faith - or even if you have none - you are welcome to share in the peaceful life of the house in an atmosphere of understanding and love.

Stay with us for a relaxing break, join one of our courses associated with healing, including activities such as music, painting, crafts, yoga, and circle dancing, or join a led day retreat or arrange your own, and enjoy our delicious vegetarian or vegan food.

Claridge House is available for Group Stays over a weekend or midweek. As a Quaker centre, we especially welcome Local or Area Meetings. The House is sometimes available for hire by a group for exclusive use - telephone us on 01342 832150 for further details or email

Claridge House is now well into its second half-century - read about our 60th Anniversary celebrations. We need your support to ensure we can continue our valuable work.

Enquire On-Line or by phone
To book, phone 01342 832150 / 0845 3457281

Registered Charity No. 228102

Site updated: 30 Jul 2015