Twice yearly our Head Chef, Paul Burns (Master Chef of Great Britain) has the opportunity to pass on his enthusiasm and passion for cooking. The three night break includes accommodation in this small luxurious hotel as well as two morning and two afternoon sessions in the kitchen with our Head Chef. It also includes dinner and full Scottish breakfast.
It starts on the Friday with an introduction by our Head Chef in the lounge prior to dinner. You can then enjoy a relaxed dinner in the restaurant with the remainder of the evening being at your leisure. The following morning after breakfast you will be invited into the kitchen for the first session. There will be a break at lunchtime with the second session usually commencing around 2.00pm. At about 4.30pm the session will finish and you can relax prior to dinner which is served anytime between 7.30 and 9.00pm.
The same schedule is repeated the next day although our Head Chef likes to incorporate some practical work in to one of the sessions. For this reason the maximum number of guests on a break is six.
Dinner is once again, served between 7.30 and 9.00pm. Guests can enjoy a leisurely breakfast the following morning before departure by 11.00am.
The culinary sessions are conducted in the hotels kitchen. As the hotel only has eleven bedrooms the kitchen is sized accordingly and for this reason and to ensure personal attention by our Head Chef the participants are limited to six. Partners are welcome to stay with participants and special rates are available for them.
A Croquet lawn and putting green are located in the grounds for the enjoyment of all guests. Many other activities can be arranged including cycle hire, walking, scuba diving, horse riding, sailing (single seaters to large yachts), rowing boat hire, motor boat hire, canoing, kayaking, climbing (indoor and outdoor), scenic steam train journeys, visits to local whiskey distilleries.
Luxury hotel accommodation with 4 grades of bedroom.
- full Scottish breakfast.
Joined InfoHub: Jun 2005
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M05196 - Port Appin with its loch side walks and views of Loch Linnhe to the mountains beyond is the setting for our Hotel. Originally an 18th Century ferry inn for those in passage to Lismore island, present day travelers seek out our hotel as an escape from the pressures of 21st Century life. M05196 is very well...
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