Weston Park is hosting a food lovers weekend retreat celebrating the rich and robust flavours of autumn on Saturday 8th November 2014. Not only will guests indulge in a five-course tasting menu cooked up by the Head Chef, they will also take part in a foraging expedition and cookery masterclass, where they will find out how to turn the fruits of nature’s larder into comforting autumnal dishes to cook at home.
Weston’s orchards and woodlands will be bounteous with mushrooms, fruit and root vegetables at this time of year. The Capability Brown landscaped pleasure grounds are also one of the best places to see the firey colours of the season, as vibrant reds and oranges sprinkled with yellows and pinks explode across the 1.000 acre estate.
Guests are invited to make themselves at home in some of the grandest parts of the house, from the historic Dining Room to the Victorian Library. A relaxing night in one of Weston’s characterful period bedrooms will complete the luxurious country house experience.
The retreat is priced at £350 and includes:
Afternoon Tea in the arrival
Champagne reception in the Marble Halls
Five-course Autumn menu created by Head Chef Guy Day and served in the historic Dining Room, followed by coffee and petit fours
Overnight stay in one of Weston Park’s individually themed bedrooms
Lazy breakfast in the Victorian Orangery
Foraging for fungi expedition led by a wildlife expert
Cookery masterclass with Head Chef Guy Day who will demonstrate the best ways to capture the flavours of autumn at home (with tastings along the way)
Opportunity to take a stroll through Capability Brown’s landscaped parkland.
Pre-booking is required by calling 01952 852100.