Claverham Meeting House is a unique historical and architectural gem set in the heart of rural North Somerset. The grade II* listed Georgian building originates from the time when it was at the heart of a growing Quaker community in the Somerset countryside.
Today, it is still a much cherished place of Quaker worship, while also used for day conferences, retreats, family holidays, art exhibitions, music camps and drama workshops. One of the two cottages on either side of the meeting room is available for residential booking for up to seven people while the cottage on the other side is home to a Resident Friend. Camping in the grounds is available for larger groups, and the Barn (which is also a listed building) is also available for booking in the summer months. The barn is suitable for additional workshop, recreation or exhibition space.
Location: Meeting House Lane, Claverham, Bristol, BS49 4PB
The property is owned by the Claverham Meeting House Trust, set up by the Clark family of Street. A Management Committee administers the property for the trust, and bookings and other enquiries should be addressed to the Clerk of the Management Committee:
Tom Leimdorfer, 1 Verlands, Congresbury, Bristol BS49 5BL, email@example.com, 01934 834663.
Details of facilities, activities, booking charges and links to other Quaker meetings and websites can be seen in other sections of this website.