If you’d like to expand your horizons, Dillington House is the place to come. Our study breaks cover all manner of subjects – both academic and practical. What is more, they take place in stunning, tranquil surroundings – meaning that, when you stay with us, you really can switch off from it all.
Our courses cater for all levels of ability, from novices through to the more experienced. For most of our courses there are no minimum entry requirements. All that’s needed is enthusiasm for the subject and a desire to learn.
When you take part in one of our study breaks, you will benefit from expert tuition in an informal, supportive and stimulating environment. Not only will this help to enhance your knowledge, but it will also give you the chance to meet a friendly group of likeminded people.
All of our course fees are inclusive of tuition, meals, refreshments and - where applicable - transport and entrances. For those staying at Dillington, the fees also include comfortable en-suite accommodation. If you live locally, or want to stay with friends or family, you can attend any of our study breaks on a non-residential basis.
Take a look at our upcoming courses below, or download our brochure
To make a booking, contact us on 01460 258 613.
On this workshop you will learn all about the psychology of colour, how colour can provide mood and atmosphere to your images, colour harmony and relationships...Course Details Booking Enquiry
Once again we are thrilled that the members of the Coull Quartet have agreed to return to lead this extended weekend of coaching for pre-formed string...Course Details Booking Enquiry
Nationalism, patriotism, chauvinism – xenophobia? All tricky words, particularly in these Brexit-ridden days. But Nationalism found powerful...Course Details Booking Enquiry
The magnificent Coull Quartet offers a rare combination of maturity and freshness and we are delighted that once again they are returning to Dillington....Concert Details Booking Enquiry
An illustration of the English language through the development of its words. Tracing the antecedents and relatives of words from specialist sources...Course Details Booking Enquiry
Imagine the idyllic, rural scene of an English field at Harvest time. Delicate grasses, corn stooks and drifts of field poppies. Using simple hand...Course Details Booking Enquiry
We travel through a turbulent time in British art, beginning with the Fitzroy Street group founded by Walter Sickert in 1907. Then the Camden Town...Course Details Booking Enquiry
This course would ask: How did the Victorians view their society? How were social, cultural and political developments and debates articulated by the...Course Details Booking Enquiry
We know that a painting is more than just a coloured-in drawing, but how do we do it? What exactly is the difference? This one-day workshop explores...Course Details Booking Enquiry
What happened in 1917? Who are the Windsors? Did a change of name change a family? We will look at the relations of both King George V and Queen Mary,...Course Details Booking Enquiry