Pip (teacher) and Richard (architect) live in Webster House with their three children
and their Jack Russell dog called Tilly.
Pip is CELTA qualified and works for several language schools with British Council accreditation.
She is annually assessed and holds a current CRB certificate. Pip regularly attends professional development
courses and seminars and uses current teaching techniques and resources.
Apple Macintosh computers are used and Wi-Fi network is available throughout the house.
Students can bring their own PCs and use them during their stay.
The house consists of 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 sitting rooms, a study, a cloakroom, an open plan kitchen and
dining room. The guest bedroom is spacious with a double bed, en-suite bathroom and an area for private
study. Lessons take place in the study area with computer access. There is a walled garden and, weather
permitting, lessons are sometimes held outside. Badminton and croquet are played on the lawn in the summer.