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Juniper Hall Field Centre - CLOSED

Juniper Hall Field Centre Old London Road, Dorking RH5 6DA, England
+44 845 458 3507
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Absolute disgrace!

I wasn't looking forward to this trip to start with, however it managed to be worse than I could... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2016
via mobile
Nature-tastic Easter Bunny Trail complete with tea and cake!

I attended Juniper Hall's Easter Bunny trail over the Easter Weekend with my extended family... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2016
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FSC Juniper Hall is a residential field centre offering field trips for school, college and university groups of all ages. The centre also runs natural history courses, arts courses, family holidays, school holiday clubs and occasional community events. Please note Juniper Hall and its grounds are not open to the public as an attraction. Find out more about the centre and courses on offer on the website.
  • Excellent41%
  • Very good20%
  • Average6%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible33%
27 Apr 2016
“Absolute disgrace!”
14 Apr 2016
“Nature-tastic Easter Bunny Trail complete with tea and cake!”
Juniper Hall Field Centre Old London Road, Dorking RH5 6DA, England
+44 845 458 3507

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Reviewed 27 April 2016 via mobile

I wasn't looking forward to this trip to start with, however it managed to be worse than I could ever have imagined. We arrived and proceeded to have a tour of the centre. We were promised "lovely" cake- it was vile and dry. We were...More

7  Thank hankylel
Reviewed 14 April 2016

I attended Juniper Hall's Easter Bunny trail over the Easter Weekend with my extended family incorporating three generations and including three children aged between two and eight. Despite the blustery weather, the centre was in full swing, with lots of families going round the grounds...More

1  Thank Milkfloat29
Reviewed 24 March 2016

This was the worst experience I have ever had on a trip the food was so awful I would have starved myself had I not brought in snacks myself. The bunk beds were way too small, you couldn't sit up on the bottom bunk without...More

3  Thank TripAdviser_LAD
Reviewed 25 February 2016 via mobile

I cannot think of a single thing that met my lowest standards, the rooms were dirty and uncomfortable, the activities were repetitive and unhelpful, with direct and flippant instructors. I am simply in awe of the last few days. Worst experience of my life. Would...More

7  Thank i121212
Reviewed 24 September 2015

I was here for overnight accommodation during a conference. It was much as one might expect from an outdoor education establishment, lots of teenagers around (all well behaved) with a basic adult accommodation block away from the main building. The room was clean but no...More

1  Thank Rod W
Reviewed 3 September 2015

Spent a week here with my son & parents during the summer holidays. Absolutely amazing It was like being back at school myself. We did shelter building, looking at creatures habitats, what lurks beneath & lots more. My son loved it, had lots of fun...More

Thank Kitchino
Reviewed 31 July 2015

What a great thing to do on a wet Sunday afternoon, really lifted our spirits. The helpers were friendly and informative (the lady who showed us the moths was so enthusiastic, I never thought I would find moths so interesting!). I never did pond dipping...More

Thank Foxholer
Reviewed 30 July 2015

We saw lots of moths which had been caught locally. Some were very impressive. We inspected them under microscopes. We did some pond dipping and took our bugs for inspection under the microscopes. We saw bees and a honeycomb and spoke to experts on butterflies,...More

1  Thank JohnSBrum
Reviewed 18 March 2015

if there was a picture next to the definition Of boring in the dictionary it would be a picture of juniper hall I swear. Three hundred pounds to be treated like a nursery student and be fed food that tasted like it was made in...More

17  Thank brandon b
Reviewed 28 February 2015

The sign says welcome to all. A promising start as we were greeted by a historical plaque. detailing how the property used to shelter French aristocrats during the revolution. Sadly this attitude seems to have fallen by the wayside of late. We gingerly perched on...More

8  Thank K M
FSCMarketing, Director of Sales at Juniper Hall Field Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 14 April 2015

Juniper Hall is a field centre which welcomes hundreds of school groups and families each year. In order to ensure the safety of these children and families the site is not usually open to the public. We do offer a range of community events and...More