The Shireing is our home.
It encloses a walled courtyard, hidden down a small farm track, invisible from the road. It is surrounded by two woods with two fire pits and three acres of lawn, bordering golden wheat fields. The turreted main entrance opens to a warm welcome.
In the snug, a large picture window overlooks farmland and villages to the Gargunnock Hills. Tweed chairs sit by the fire awaiting a learner and a coach.
As with everything Quaich, it is developing. There are outbuildings, which will become an events centre and an attic which is the perfect size and shape for small gigs.
The Shireing is a house where leaders can clear their heads.
We are situated at the Gateway to the Trossachs, one of Scotland’s most beautiful mountain ranges, yet only ten minutes from Stirling. The drives from Edinburgh airport and Glasgow city centre take 35 minutes. Clients find it easy to pop by for a 2 or 4 hour coaching session and get back to London for their tea at night.
It is also the head office for Quaich. We meet here regularly for knowledge days, practicing the material, deepening our conversations and evolving the theories. There are parties, food and plenty of music in the evenings. But if these walls could speak, they would tell of lives changing, souls recovering and leaders being re-equipped for today’s challenges.Arrange a visit