Learning holidays in France

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Jewellery making holiday

Learn to turn clay into beautiful silver jewellery to treasure forever. Design and craft your own luxurious jewellery whilst staying in a beautifully restored 180-year old farmhouse in the heart of Gascony, South West France. Metal clays are a new jewellery making product which are easy to mould and shape – just like clay – so you’re not limited to what you can design. Watch as the metal clay is fired and turns to pure silver before your very eyes on this unique and innovative course.But it’s not all ‘work’ and no play - your hosts also make sure that you have time to relax and to sample the delights of Gascony, which is a gourmet’s paradise for food, wine and Armagnac!

 

Overview

 

Gourmet dinners

Village markets

6 jewellery making workshops

All materials and equipment

Wine tasting

Armagnac tasting

 

Pricing

 

€1,544 per person

No single supplement

6 guests maximum

 

This price includes all meals, drinks, materials, tastings, accommodation, transfers from Agen and excursions.

 

 

Book now

 

Pay 25% to reserve your place and the rest 1 month before your holiday starts

 

 

 

Dates

 

Holidays start on Saturdays and Thursdays.

 

 

 

Included in the price

  • 7 nights accommodation

  • This is an all inclusive holiday. Once you arrive at the farmhouse (or Agen train station) everything is covered - all meals, all visits, all tastings

  • 30 hours of activities

 

If two people travel together and share a room, a 200€ discount is offered

Non participating partners can holiday with you, enjoying all the meals and excursions, for 570€

We all love a good learning holiday, but sometimes one activity just isn’t enough. That’s why we’ve designed a unique all inclusive 7 night/8 day jewellery making and cookery holiday in the Gascony region of South West France, designed to satisfy your every creative and culinary desire.

Jewellery & cooking holiday

 

Overview

 

Gourmet dinners

2 cooking workshos

Village markets

Wine tasting

2 jewellery making workshops

Armagnac tasting

Gourmet restaurant

Champagne tasting

Cheese tasting

Day trip

Pricing

 

€1,544 per person

No single supplement

6 guests maximum

 

This price includes all meals, drinks, materials, tastings, accommodation, transfers from Agen and excursions.

 

Book now

 

Pay 25% to reserve your place and the rest 1 month before your holiday starts

 

 

 

Dates

 

Holidays start on Saturdays and Thursdays.

 

 

 

Included in the price

  • 7 nights accommodation

  • This is an all inclusive holiday. Once you arrive at the farmhouse (or Agen train station) everything is covered - all meals, all visits, all tastings

  • 30 hours of activities

If two people travel together and share a room, a 200€ discount is offered

Non participating partners can holiday with you, enjoying all the meals and excursions, for 570€

Get more from your holiday and learn to make jewellery with precious metal clays and glass in Gascony, enjoy warm hospitality, great food and wine, stunning surroundings, and skills to treasure for a lifetime. Design and make your own unique pieces of jewellery using silver, copper and bronze metal clays as well as experimenting with glass fusing and cutting, while staying in a lovely rural 19th century farmhouse in South-West France on this all inclusive holiday.

Glass and silver craft holiday

 

Overview

 

Gourmet dinners

Village markets

Wine tasting

Armagnac tasting

Gourmet restaurant

Cheese tasting

2 metal clay workshops

2 glass workshops

Champagne tasting

 

Book now

 

Pay 25% to reserve your place and the rest 1 month before your holiday starts

 

 

 

Pricing

 

€1544 per person

No single supplement

6 guests maximum

 

This price includes all meals, drinks, materials, tastings, accommodation, transfers from Agen and excursions.

 

Dates

 

Holidays start on Saturdays and Thursdays.

 

 

 

Included in the price

  • 7 nights accommodation

  • This is an all inclusive holiday. Once you arrive at the farmhouse (or Agen train station) everything is covered - all meals, all visits, all tastings

  • 30 hours of activities

Combine learning two unique skills with beautiful accommodation, delicious food and wine, expert tuition and picturesque landscapes on this remarkable all-inclusive glass jewellery making and cooking holiday in the heart of Gascony

Glass jewellery & cooking holiday

 

If two people travel together and share a room, a 200€ discount is offered

Non participating partners can holiday with you, enjoying all the meals and excursions, for 570€

Pricing

 

€1,544 per person

No single supplement

6 guests maximum

 

This price includes all meals, drinks, materials, tastings, accommodation, transfers from Agen and excursions.

 

Book now

 

Pay 25% to reserve your place and the rest 1 month before your holiday starts

 

 

 

Overview

 

Gourmet dinners

2 cooking workshos

Village markets

Wine tasting

2 jewellery making workshops

Armagnac tasting

Gourmet restaurant

Champagne tasting

Cheese tasting

Day trip

Dates

 

Holidays start on Saturdays and Thursdays.

 

 

 

Included in the price

  • 7 nights accommodation

  • This is an all inclusive holiday. Once you arrive at the farmhouse (or Agen train station) everything is covered - all meals, all visits, all tastings

  • 30 hours of activities

If two people travel together and share a room, a 200€ discount is offered

Non participating partners can holiday with you, enjoying all the meals and excursions, for 570€

 

Detailed Itinerary - Jewellery Making Holiday

 

The itinerary is for guidance only and is subject to change depending on the group’s needs and wishes but is typically as follows:

Day 1 – Arrival day

  • Arrive at Agen train station to be greeted by your hosts before being driven to the farmhouse where your holiday will begin (airport collections can be arranged upon request for a supplement-please see the costing and extras tab)

  • Settle into your charming room before getting to know your fellow students over delicious aperitifs

  • Enjoy a social evening with a 3 course gourmet dinner served in the farmhouse kitchen along with a short introduction from your hosts about what to expect over the next few days

Day 2 - Naturals jewellery making workshop

  • This morning you will go to a local delightful village market for coffee and croissants to discuss your first project designs with the rest of the group and your tutor Caroline

  • You will choose something natural of your choice, such as a leaf, before returning to the studio to begin creating the jewellery of your choice

  • Caroline will teach you the basic techniques with using precious metal clay (PMC) to give you maximum freedom to develop your own designs

  • Lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen with views of the countryside all around to help inspire your creative side

  • Those needing guidance for ideas will be supported throughout the week

  • This afternoon, you will learn about the processes of designing, creating and finishing your pieces, including how to use tools such as kilns and torch burners, sanding and polishing tools

  • Once your fine silver piece is finished you will be taught to add findings and beads if chosen so that your jewellery is ready to wear

  • There will be free time to use all the on-site facilities before aperitifs are served by the pool

  • A 3 course gourmet meal will then be served in the grounds or the farmhouse kitchen accompanied with local delicious wines

Day 3 – Ring design and visit to Armagnac distillery

  • After breakfast you will create a ring design and be taught the techniques for correct sizing and achieving your chosen design

  • There are several techniques to ring making which will be covered on this day from texturing, carving and stone setting

  • A delicious lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen

  • After lunch, you will fire and polish your ring to create the finished product

  • Early evening, you will visit a family run Armagnac distillery (which Gascony is famous for) and learn how it is made and the history behind it and, more importantly, tasting before returning for dinner back at the farmhouse

Day 4 – Learning about metal clays and wine tasting

  • Following breakfast, you will try other types of metal clay in the workshop and learn how they work and are fired

  • Try your hand using bronzes and coppers, or what is available for your week

  • You will have fun making your chosen designs using the different clays and new techniques

  • Lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen depending on the season

  • Late afternoon you will visit a beautiful chateau famous for its aperitifs and wines for an afternoon of wine tasting

  • Dinner will be served back at the farmhouse giving you time to relax in the lounge or by the swimming pool firstly, or to take advantage of one of the onsite activities such as table tennis or cycling

Day 5 – Making glass cabochons using glass fusing and visit to Condom

  • After breakfast, you’ll choose your glass and colours and learn how to prepare the glass for fusing

  • Once made, these can be used in learning the techniques for setting stones and setting them in one of your own designs

  • Late morning we will go to the pretty market town of Condom for coffee and a chat with local artists living in the area to gain an insight into their creative vision and help to give you ideas for new designs

  • Lunch will be taken out with the group, before returning to the farmhouse to finish your projects or relax

  • A 3 course gourmet meal will then be served in the grounds or the farmhouse kitchen this evening

Day 6 – Working with enamels and colours and wine tasting

  • Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before your workshop class for the day

  • Today you will learn all the techniques required to add colour to your metal clay pieces using enamels

  • The enamels will help you to learn which colours work well and the different processes of using enamels which require a kiln and those which do not require a kiln

  • Lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen

  • After lunch some time will be spent giving advice to those who wish to start a business using metal clay and photos will be taken of the finished work

  • You will also have time to think of the design for your final project tomorrow, which will be a larger piece

  • You will learn the technique of making hollow forms today also, which is perfect for creating hollow forms such as classical silver ball earrings or a beautiful textured bead pendant

  • The technique of using cork clay will also be taught

  • Before dinner a trip to the local vineyard for wine tasting is a very relaxing way to finish the day and you will enjoy tasting infamous Gascony wines

  • A 3 course gourmet meal will then be served back at the farmhouse

Day 7 – Friday- Final workshop day

  • After breakfast you’ll spend the morning finishing your final project

  • Make the finishing touches to your jewellery by adding beautiful jump rings or ear wires

  • You will then learn how to get the best light and background for photographing your work and ways of presenting them in a gift box to show your designs off to their best potential

  • Enjoy a leisurely lunch will be served in the gardens or in the farmhouse kitchen before spending the afternoon finished your projects or simply relaxing and soaking up the sun!

  • For your final night, a special celebratory dinner will be served as you reflect on what you have learnt with your fellow guests and showcase your beautiful finished products to the room, reflecting on how much you have learnt over the week

Day 8 – Saturday – Departure day

  • After breakfast, guests are asked to check out by 10am

  • You are welcome to relax and enjoy some free time if your flight is not until later in the day, before being taken to the airport or train station for your return journey

You will return home with fantastic memories, beautiful unique jewellery, and memories and new skills to last you a lifetime

 

As with all of our exclusive breaks, this holiday can be tailored to meet the needs of the group. Please contact us to discuss your personal requirements and we will ensure your holiday is exactly as you want it to be.

 

Detailed Itinerary - Jewellery & cooking holiday

 

The itinerary is for guidance only and is subject to change depending on the group’s needs and wishes but is typically as follows:

Day 1 – Arrival day

  • Arrive at Agen train station in the afternoon to be greeted by your friendly hosts before being driven to the farmhouse where your holiday will begin (airport collections can be arranged upon request for a supplement-please see the costing and extras tab for more details)

  • Settle into your delightful room before getting to know your fellow students over delicious aperitifs

  • Enjoy a social evening with a 3 course gourmet dinner served in the farmhouse kitchen along with a short introduction from your hosts about what to expect over the next few days

Day 2 – Hollow forms and syringe workshop and wine tasting

  • This morning after breakfast you will go to a local delightful village market to explore the area to discuss your first project designs with the rest of the group and your tutor Caroline

  • You will then return home to begin your first jewellery making class

  • Today you will learn the technique of making hollow forms, which is perfect for creating hollow forms such as classical silver ball earrings or a beautiful textured bead pendant for earrings

  • Caroline will teach you the basic techniques with using precious metal clay (PMC) to give you maximum freedom to develop your own designs

  • You will also learn syringe work with bronzes, and use stones and semi-precious beads to create your unique designs

  • A delicious lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen

  • This afternoon, you will learn about the processes of designing, creating and finishing your pieces, including how to use tools such as kilns and torch burners, sanding and polishing tools

  • Once your fine silver piece is finished you will be taught to add findings and beads if chosen so that your jewellery is ready to wear

  • Late afternoon you will visit a beautiful chateau famous for its aperitifs and wines for an afternoon of wine tasting

  • Dinner will be served back at the farmhouse giving you time to relax in the lounge or by the swimming pool firstly, or to take advantage of one of the onsite activities such as table tennis or cycling

Day 3- Naturals and fingerprinting jewellery making workshop and Armagnac tasting

  • After a leisurely breakfast, you will choose something natural of your choice, such as a leaf, to influence your fine silver jewellery designs today

  • Lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen with views of the countryside all around to help inspire your creative side

  • After lunch, you will create a your own personal fingerprint jewellery

  • Fingerprint jewellery is when you set the prints of loved ones (or even pets!) into fine silver

  • This is a unique process and the perfect gift or memento to keep for yourself

  • Early evening, you will visit a family run Armagnac distillery (which Gascony is famous for) and learn how it is made and the history behind it and, more importantly, tasting the Armagnac and local produce

  • A 3 course gourmet meal will then be served back at the farmhouse kitchen accompanied with local delicious wines

Day 4 – Free day

  • Today is a free day for you to spend at your leisure

  • Choose to spend more time perfecting your metal clay techniques and working on your jewellery in the studio, or take time to relax by the swimming pool with a good book

  • All meals are included today, and enjoy a well-earned rest before your cookery experience begins!

Day 5 – Culinary excursion and first cookery lesson

  • After breakfast, it’s time to enter the kitchen and begin your culinary experience!

  • Your host and chef Adam will be on hand at all times to ensure you learn as much as possible during informal and fun cookery lessons and culinary excursions

  • Today Adam will accompany you on a culinary excursion which will be confirmed upon arrival depending on the group’s preference and the season

  • You visit may include any of the following:  visits to a local duck farm, butcher, boulangerie/patisserie, vineyard, Armagnac producer, cheese maker, chocolatier, prune producer, organic farm or charcuterie

  • You may also take an accompanied tour of the cultural and historical sights surrounding the school including Auch Cathedral, Chateau Henri IV, Collégiale at La Romieu or the art gallery at the Abbaye de Flaran

  • After returning to the farmhouse, enjoy a leisurely lunch before your first cookery lesson

  • Adam will teach you how to create a delicious 3 course French menu today

  • After your lesson, you will enjoy a group dinner of the dishes you have prepared in the kitchen with a well-deserved glass on wine

Day 6 - Culinary excursion and second cookery lesson

  • Enjoy a leisurely breakfast this morning

  • Adam will then accompany you on another culinary excursion to awaken your senses, introduce you to local life, and ignite your passion for fresh, local food

  • You will then return to the farmhouse to enjoy a light lunch before reentering the kitchen for your second cookery course

  • Learn to cook delicious country meals with Adam, with just a little show and a lot of passion as you learn about real French food, how to prepare it, cook it, and serve it

  • Tonight’s dinner will be tasting the delicious French dishes you’ve learnt to cook and you will have a discussion about where to go tomorrow for your day excursion around this beautiful 

Day 7 – Day group excursion

  • Relax with a delicious breakfast this morning before heading out on a fun excursion for the day

  • Today you’ll enjoy an excursion to a location of your choice! Your hosts will take you to either Dune de Pila, Bordeaux city, the Pyrenees mountains or Biarritz, depending on the groups preferences

  • Explore the stunning scenery and relax on your final day, and enjoy lunch whilst you out

  • This evening you’ll return home for your final dinner, where you’ll reflect on the week and how much you have learnt  

Day 8 – Departure day

  • After breakfast, guests are asked to check out by 10am

  • You are welcome to relax and enjoy some free time if your flight is not until later in the day, before being taken to the airport or train station for your return journey

  • You will return home with fantastic memories, fabulous cookery skills, beautiful unique jewellery, and memories and new skills to last you a lifetime

 

As with all of our exclusive breaks, this holiday can be tailored to meet the needs of the group. Please contact us to discuss your personal requirements and we will ensure your holiday is exactly as you want it to be.

 
 

Detailed Itinerary - Glass & silver craft holiday

 

The itinerary is for guidance only and is subject to change depending on the group’s needs and wishes but is typically as follows:

Day 1 – Arrival day

  • Arrive at Agen train station in the afternoon to be greeted by your friendly hosts before being driven to the farmhouse where your holiday will begin (airport collections can be arranged upon request for a supplement-please see the costing and extras tab for more details)

  • Settle into your delightful room before getting to know your fellow students over delicious aperitifs

  • Enjoy a social evening with a 3 course gourmet dinner served in the farmhouse kitchen along with a short introduction from your hosts about what to expect over the next few days

Day 2 – Hollow forms and syringe workshop and wine tasting

  • This morning after breakfast you will go to a local delightful village market to explore the area to discuss your first project designs with the rest of the group and your tutor Caroline

  • You will then return home to begin your first jewellery making class

  • Today you will learn the technique of making hollow forms, which is perfect for creating hollow forms such as classical silver ball earrings or a beautiful textured bead pendant for earrings

  • Caroline will teach you the basic techniques with using precious metal clay (PMC) to give you maximum freedom to develop your own designs

  • You will also learn syringe work with bronzes, and use stones and semi-precious beads to create your unique designs

  • A delicious lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen

  • This afternoon, you will learn about the processes of designing, creating and finishing your pieces, including how to use tools such as kilns and torch burners, sanding and polishing tools

  • Once your fine silver piece is finished you will be taught to add findings and beads if chosen so that your jewellery is ready to wear

  • Late afternoon you will visit a beautiful chateau famous for its aperitifs and wines for an afternoon of wine tasting

  • Dinner will be served back at the farmhouse giving you time to relax in the lounge or by the swimming pool firstly, or to take advantage of one of the onsite activities such as table tennis or cycling

Day 3- Naturals and fingerprinting jewellery making workshop and Armagnac tasting

  • After a leisurely breakfast, you will choose something natural of your choice, such as a leaf, to influence your fine silver jewellery designs today

  • Lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen with views of the countryside all around to help inspire your creative side

  • After lunch, you will create a your own personal fingerprint jewellery

  • Fingerprint jewellery is when you set the prints of loved ones (or even pets!) into fine silver

  • This is a unique process and the perfect gift or memento to keep for yourself

  • Early evening, you will visit a family run Armagnac distillery (which Gascony is famous for) and learn how it is made and the history behind it and, more importantly, tasting the Armagnac and local produce

  • A 3 course gourmet meal will then be served back at the farmhouse kitchen accompanied with local delicious wines

Day 4 – Free day

  • Today is a free day for you to spend at your leisure

  • Choose to spend more time perfecting your metal clay techniques and working on your jewellery in the studio, or take time to relax by the swimming pool with a good book

  • All meals are included today, and enjoy a well-earned rest before your cookery experience begins!

Day 5 – Glass cutting; using glass frits, powders, and moulds

  • This morning after breakfast you will go to a local delightful village market to explore the area to discuss your first project designs with the rest of the group and your tutor Caroline

  • You will then return home to begin your first jewellery making class

  • Today you will begin with an introduction to glass fusing, including cutting skills and technical information

  • Caroline will teach you the basic techniques with using glass to give you maximum freedom to develop your own designs

  • Throughout the day you will experiment with glass, glass frits and powders, and using moulds

  • The course will encourage you to think creatively about how the jewellery will be worn and you will be shown how to create holes and fittings incorporated as part of the fused piece and will also experiment with attaching fittings and bails

  • Late afternoon you will visit a beautiful chateau famous for its aperitifs and wines for an afternoon of wine tasting

  • Dinner will be served back at the farmhouse giving you time to relax in the lounge or by the swimming pool firstly, or to take advantage of one of the onsite activities such as table tennis or cycling

Day 6- Taster of Lampworking and layering glass fusing pieces

  • After a leisurely breakfast, you will learn to make your first glass bead or glass earrings using the technique of a torch

  • Lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen with views of the countryside all around to help inspire your creative side

  • After lunch,  you will continue to improve your glass skills including assembly, inclusions, kiln firing and slumping techniques. You will gain confidence in choosing colours and designs to make your own unique glass pieces

  • Early evening, you will visit a family run Armagnac distillery (which Gascony is famous for) and learn how it is made and the history behind it and, more importantly, tasting the Armagnac and local produce

  • A 3 course gourmet meal will then be served back at the farmhouse kitchen accompanied with local delicious wines

  • Caroline and Adam will also be happy to suggest activities in the area during your stay

Day 7 – Friday- Final workshop day

  • After breakfast you’ll spend the morning finishing your final project

  • Make the finishing touches to your jewellery by adding beautiful jump rings or ear wires

  • You will then learn how to get the best light and background for photographing your work and ways of presenting them in a gift box to show your designs off to their best potential

  • Enjoy a leisurely lunch will be served in the gardens or in the farmhouse kitchen before spending the afternoon finished your projects or simply relaxing and soaking up the sun!

  • For your final night, a special celebratory dinner will be served as you reflect on what you have learnt with your fellow guests and showcase your beautiful finished products to the room, reflecting on how much you have learnt over the week

Day 8 – Saturday – Departure day

  • After breakfast, guests are asked to check out by 10am

  • You are welcome to relax and enjoy some free time if your flight is not until later in the day, before being taken to the airport or train station for your return journey

  • You will return home with fantastic memories, beautiful unique jewellery, and memories and new skills to last you a lifetime

 

As with all of our exclusive breaks, this holiday can be tailored to meet the needs of the group. Please contact us to discuss your personal requirements and we will ensure your holiday is exactly as you want it to be.

Detailed Itinerary - Glass jewellery and cooking holiday

 

The itinerary is for guidance only and is subject to change depending on the group’s needs and wishes but is typically as follows:

Day 1 – Arrival day

  • Arrive at Agen train station in the afternoon to be greeted by your friendly hosts before being driven to the farmhouse where your holiday will begin (airport collections can be arranged upon request for a supplement-please see the costing and extras tab for more details)

  • Settle into your delightful room before getting to know your fellow students over delicious aperitifs

  • Enjoy a social evening with a 3 course gourmet dinner served in the farmhouse kitchen along with a short introduction from your hosts about what to expect over the next few days

Day 2 – Glass cutting; using glass frits, powders, and moulds

  • This morning after breakfast you will go to a local delightful village market to explore the area to discuss your first project designs with the rest of the group and your tutor Caroline

  • You will then return home to begin your first jewellery making class

  • Today you will begin with an introduction to glass fusing, including cutting skills and technical information

  • Caroline will teach you the basic techniques with using glass to give you maximum freedom to develop your own designs

  • Throughout the day you will experiment with glass, glass frits and powders, and using moulds

  • The course will encourage you to think creatively about how the jewellery will be worn and students will be shown how to create holes and fittings incorporated as part of the fused piece and will also experiment with attaching fittings and bails

  • Late afternoon you will visit a beautiful chateau famous for its aperitifs and wines for an afternoon of wine tasting

  • Dinner will be served back at the farmhouse giving you time to relax in the lounge or by the swimming pool firstly, or to take advantage of one of the onsite activities such as table tennis or cycling

Day 3- Taster of Lampworking and layering glass fusing pieces

  • After a leisurely breakfast, you will learn to make your first glass bead or glass earrings using the technique of a torch

  • Lunch will be served by the pool or in the farmhouse kitchen with views of the countryside all around to help inspire your creative side

  • After lunch, you will continue to improve your glass skills including assembly, inclusions, kiln firing and slumping techniques

  • You will gain confidence in choosing colours and designs to make your own unique glass pieces

  • Early evening, you will visit a family run Armagnac distillery (which Gascony is famous for) and learn how it is made and the history behind it and, more importantly, tasting the Armagnac and local produce

  • A 3 course gourmet meal will then be served back at the farmhouse kitchen accompanied with local delicious wines

Day 4 – Free day

  • Today is a free day for you to spend at your leisure

  • Choose to spend more time perfecting your glass fusing techniques and working on your jewellery in the studio, or take time to relax by the swimming pool with a good book

  • All meals are included today, and enjoy a well-earned rest before your cookery experience begins!

Day 5 – Culinary excursion and first cookery lesson

  • After breakfast, it’s time to enter the kitchen and begin your culinary experience!

  • Your host and chef Adam will be on hand at all times to ensure you learn as much as possible during informal and fun cookery lessons and culinary excursions

  • Today Adam will accompany you on a culinary excursion which will be confirmed upon arrival depending on the group’s preference and the season

  • You visit may include any of the following:  visits to a local duck farm, butcher, boulangerie/patisserie, vineyard, Armagnac producer, cheese maker, chocolatier, prune producer, organic farm or charcuterie

  • You may also take an accompanied tour of the cultural and historical sights surrounding the school including Auch Cathedral, Chateau Henri IV, Collégiale at La Romieu or the art gallery at the Abbaye de Flaran

  • After returning to the farmhouse, enjoy a leisurely lunch before your first cookery lesson

  • Adam will teach you how to create a delicious 3 course French menu today

  • After your lesson, you will enjoy a group dinner of the dishes you have prepared in the kitchen with a well-deserved glass on wine

Day 6 - Culinary excursion and second cookery lesson

  • Enjoy a leisurely breakfast this morning

  • Adam will then accompany you on another culinary excursion to awaken your senses, introduce you to local life, and ignite your passion for fresh, local food

  • You will then return to the farmhouse to enjoy a light lunch before reentering the kitchen for your second cookery course

  • Learn to cook delicious country meals with Adam, with just a little show and a lot of passion as you learn about real French food, how to prepare it, cook it, and serve it

  • Tonight’s dinner will be tasting the delicious French dishes you’ve learnt to cook and you will have a discussion about where to go tomorrow for your day excursion around this beautiful 

Day 7 – Day group excursion

  • Relax with a delicious breakfast this morning before heading out on a fun excursion for the day

  • Today you’ll enjoy an excursion to a location of your choice!

  • Your hosts will take you to either Dune de Pila, Bordeaux city, the Pyrenees mountains or Biarritz, depending on the groups preferences

  • Explore the stunning scenery and relax on your final day, and enjoy lunch whilst you out

  • This evening you’ll return home for your final dinner, where you’ll reflect on the week and how much you have learnt 

Day 8 – Departure day

  • After breakfast, guests are asked to check out by 10am

  • You are welcome to relax and enjoy some free time if your flight is not until later in the day, before being taken to the airport or train station for your return journey

  • You will return home with fantastic memories, fabulous cookery skills, beautiful unique glass jewellery and memories and new skills to last you a lifetime

 

As with all of our exclusive breaks, this holiday can be tailored to meet the needs of the group. Please contact us to discuss your personal requirements and we will ensure your holiday is exactly as you want it to be.

 

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