Queen Anne’s has 4 fantastic boarding houses on site set amongst the 35 acre campus, with the ability to accommodate around 220 students in total. With fantastic transport links to Reading town centre and direct trains to London, Queen Anne’s is a fantastic venue for residential stays during the school holidays. Each boarding house is equipped its own kitchen and laundry facilities and lounging area.
Holmes was built in 2011 and opened by Philip Schofield. The boarding house is able to accommodate 50 guests with a mixture of single and double rooms all with en-suite. Situated nearby the Morgan Sports Centre and next to the new Sixth Form Centre. Holmes has a platform lift for disabled access and includes 1 disabled en-suite bedroom.
Maddock is able to accommodate 70 guests with a mixture of single, double and triple capacity rooms and has shared facilities throughout. Opened by Dame Kelly Holmes in September 2012 this boarding house is situated next to Holmes house and the new Sixth Form Centre. Maddock also has a platform lift for disabled access and includes 1 disabled en-suite bedroom.
Wilkins is the third of the three boarding houses situated on the main campus situated next to Maddock. Wilkins has accommodation for 60 with a mixture of single, double and triple capacity rooms with shared facilities throughout.
Michell is the only boarding house situated at the far end of the campus set amongst beautiful gardens. This boarding house is near to the swimming pool and tennis courts, perfect for the more active guest. Michell house was refurbished in 2012 and has accommodation for 40 with single and double rooms and shared facilities throughout.
“Tanya was absolutely fantastic – kept me informed all the way through, answered all questions and handed over efficiently to Ian. On the day, all signage were up and ready (clear to everyone). Ian was so helpful and responsive … All the attendees commented on how special the event was – and I agree. The acoustics and the piano (instrument) are wonderful.”
“We felt every need of ours was accommodated – thank you.”