Nanpantan Hall in Leicestershire is a large Victorian house which is used extensively by the School as a residential centre for retreats, study days, study weekends and weeks. With adjacent buildings within the estate, it is capable of accommodating a hundred people. Situated on high ground above the town of Loughborough, it is surrounded by its own gardens, woods and walkways covering altogether around 16 acres. The front of the house offers superb views across a valley to the southeast.

The house was converted to its current size by the Paget family in the latter part of the nineteenth century. Some of the features from this time, including the wire-and-bell system for summoning domestic staff, have been preserved (although are not actually used today!).