FFI Global Hubs
FFI Center at Annalong (Annalong, Northern Ireland)
Our Center is perfect for a quick getaway or to host large groups!
The Hostel is large and roomy and consists of two floors. It can accommodate up to 44 people. There are 6 dormitory style rooms, each with en-suite facilities (one of which is also accessible for people with disabilities). Additionally, there is a suite on the ground floor. There is also a well-equipped commercial standard kitchen, dining area, a conference, and living room on the upper floor. This building is also accessible for people with disabilities.
French Cottage (Cottage 1) & Conner Cottage (Cottage 2) are two story cottages with open plan lounge leading through to a well equipped kitchen and dining area to the rear. Upstairs in each cottage are two bedrooms.
Mourne Cottage (Cottage 3) is one level with an open plan lounge leading through to a well equipped kitchen and dining area to the rear. On the same floor are two bedrooms.
Harbourview Cottage (Cottage 4) is accessible for people with disabilities with appropriate facilities. It is one level with an open plan lounge leading through to a well equipped kitchen and dining area to the rear. On the same floor are two bedrooms. This is our pet-friendly cottage!
Farmhouse (Durham, New Hampshire, United States)
This property is fondly known as "The Farmhouse" to those in the FFI family. The Farmhouse was built in the 1800s and has been renovated to accommodate up to 15 people while still keeping its original charm.
On the first floor, the Farmhouse includes a large kitchen, dining room, living room, and a spacious multipurpose room.
On the second floor, there are three bedrooms and two full bathrooms.
There is also an additional suite above the multipurpose with an ensuite.
FFI Diane M. Seagren Rainforest Academy (Boom Creek, Belize)
Near Punta Gorda, our 30-acre campus in beautiful Belize has single dormitory-style building and lots of surrounding land. This is perfect for those who want to set up a tent or rent a hammock (indoor/outddor). We are currently working with local people to design and build a campus that uses regional knowledge and building techniques that respect and help the land, including wells and composting toilets. This is a perfect location for someone who wants to experience the Belizian rainforest.
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