In 1987 The Way, a worldwide, nondenominational training ministry bought the house for their European base.
Cloverley Hall bought the house in 1997 with Peter and Anne Sunderland and it became a Conference and Activity centre. In 2000 Gartmore House ran as a charitable trust with a Board of Directors, namely George Russell (formerly of Scotland the Brand), Peter Taylor, (hotelier) and Peter & Anne Sunderland.
Sadly, in September, 2004, Chairman of the board, George Russell passed away.
It was around this time that Gartmore House was invited to acquire the interests of Carberry Towers. Peter Kimber (formerly chief executive Scottish Curriculum Authority and Scripture Union, England and Wales) and Rev Mike Parker (director of the Evangelical Alliance, Scotland) were invited onto the board.