Course Provider: HF Holidays
Contact Name: Reservations team
Telephone: 0345 470 7558
Course Length: 4 days
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4 day introductory art course - full board residential creative holiday in the Shropshire hills. Discounted rates available for early bookings!
Monday 27th February to Friday 3rd March 2017.
Designed for beginners or those who wish to revisit the basics in acrylic painting. With expert tuition in a relaxed and supportive environment, you’ll be taken step by step from selecting the right paper to how to use your tools and equipment, through to the basic techniques and composition.
See your confidence unfurl before your very eyes!
Longmynd House is set in a wonderful elevated location above the town of Church Stretton. With excellent walks on the doorstep, and extensive public rooms, it is an excellent base for our walking and leisure activity holidays.
HF Holidays have been offering activity breaks since 1913, with stunning destinations across the UK, Europe and Worldwide. Our Art & Craft breaks will allow you to flex that creative muscle and get inspired. Suited to a range of abilities, we have a perfect creative break for you.
Click through to our website for secure online booking or to explore our full range of holidays.
If you would like to book this course with a CraftCourse gift voucher, please contact our Reservations team on the telephone number above.
What's included in the price?
Prices are per person and include:
• Full board en-suite accommodation
• Full programme of craft with an experienced leader
• Materials and equipment where possible
Standard single room: no supplement
Premium single room: £15 per night
Premium twin/double room from £10 per person per night
Non-member associate fee: £10 per person
Early bookers can make savings - please visit our website for more details.
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