The accommodation at Bryanston varies from single rooms to rooms for six. Families are generally housed together in one room or in adjacent rooms.
Rooms – There will be clean bedding on arrival however towels are not provided. Please be aware that rooms do not have locks but the houses themselves are secure and passcodes will be issued on arrival. Students under 5 years old can bring their own bed and bedding for a reduced fee. A limited supply of bedside lamps can be borrowed from the office, but those travelling by car might want to consider bringing their own.
Amenities – All houses have kitchens with fridges and some cutlery and crockery, there are washing machines as well as pool tables, TV’s and DVD machines. Some houses have en suits however most have shared bathrooms of which there are plenty.
Teenagers – Teenagers can either stay with their family, or they can live in the Teenage House. Unaccompanied teenagers are welcome but they must accept the ground rules established by the administration to ensure the safety of all and the smooth running of the course. Infringement of these rules might require a student to return home immediately. There are designated houses for the unaccompanied teenagers and they are supervised by a team of stewards dedicated to this role. If you would like to come unaccompanied please contact email@example.com before applying. Teenagers attending with their parents may prefer to be with the unaccompanied teenagers in their supervised and segregated accommodation but space is limited and this may not always be possible.
Concert weekend – From Friday evening more beds become available which can be used for parents who haven’t attended the rest of the week but don’t want to miss out on the concerts. Booking for these rooms can be made when applying or at a later date through Philip. Please note that there is limited availability.
Wifi – Restricted wifi is available throughout Bryanston School
Food – Fabulous meals with many options and catering for dietary requirements are served in the refectory. Also provided are hot and cold drinks with biscuits in the morning break and hot and cold drinks with cake in the afternoon break. There is also a cafe on site selling coffee, teas, milkshakes and various treats. A bar for adults selling alcoholic drinks and snacks is open after the faculty concerts the evenings. Please be aware that Bryanston in NOT a nut free site.