The 120-acre estate includes playing fields, orchards, woodland, pasture and a nature reserve; the countryside comes right to the heart of the schools.
The three schools share the following facilities:
- Full-size, floodlit Astroturf (twelve tennis courts in the summer term)
- Sports hall with the floor space to take eight badminton courts and equipped with indoor cricket nets
- Superb modern indoor swimming pool
- Two gymnasiums
- Six hard floodlit netball/tennis courts
- Numerous grass pitches (17 acres of playing fields), incorporating cricket and football pitches
- The Sam Banks Pavilion - a timber framed barn completed in 2013, and constructed by members of the Bedales community
Bedales has exceptional IT facilities with wireless coverage across the campus and students can have their own laptops configured for use with the school system.
The school lets its facilities for residential conferences during the school holidays and for non-residential events at any time of the year. Special rates apply to local groups, as part of Bedales' service to the community.
An eclectic mix of buildings adds to the charm of the school's setting.
They range from the modern, custom-designed classrooms at Dunhurst and Dunannie, through to the Grade I listed Lupton Hall and Memorial Library at Bedales (designed by Ernest Gimson and completed in 1921), and two, contemporary, award-winning buildings: the Olivier Theatre (built in 1997) and the Orchard Building (2005).
Bedales' award-winning Art & Design Building was completed in 2016 (watch a film of the opening ceremony).