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Brompton Cookery School
Tel : 01743 761629
£40.00 - £145.00
£45.00 - £75.00
Brompton Cookery School is based in a beautiful barn conversion within a collection of original farm buildings. A stunning, purpose built kitchen allows for the tuition of sixteen people. The cookery school also has a stylish dining room for you to enjoy the dishes you create.
The cookery school offers a range of day, half day and week long courses as well as bespoke cookery courses. In addition, there are demonstration and dine evenings, where a host of talented chefs, including those from Michelin star and other high calibre establishments will demonstrate a range of dishes which the guests will then enjoy for dinner.
Accommodation for residential courses and specialised weekend breaks is catered for just a few steps from the cookery school at our farmhouse bed & breakfast. Our delightful National Trust Bed and Breakfast Farmhouse is set in extensive lawns and gardens just 3 miles from the Medieval town of Shrewsbury.
The house is a haven of peace, comfort and elegance. It has been beautifully decorated and refurbished throughout. The drawing room has sumptuous sofas and a wonderful log fire - the dining room a large elm refectory table with stunning oak floorboards. The bedrooms are light and airy, with gorgeous beds and fluffy white towels.
Come and sample what Brompton Cookery School has to offer.
Directions from M54 Birmingham
M54 to Shrewsbury roundabout following signs to A5
Follow signs straight on to A5 to Oswestry
At first roundabout take left turning to B4380 Atcham/Ironbridge
Upon entering Atcham and just before bridge turn right to Cross Houses (you will see the black/green cookery school sign)
After approx ½ mile turn left to Brompton (cookery school sign)
Drive up lane ¾ mile and at grass t-junction turn left and you will see Cookery School immediately on left. Follow drive, past farmhouse into cookery school yard.
Directions from A5 from Oswestry
A5 to Shrewsbury
When on Shrewsbury Bypass continue across large roundabout with traffic lights at Dobbies and at next roundabout take third exit signposted B4380 Atcham/Ironbridge
Continue using directions above
By Public Transport
Brompton Cookery School is approximately 8 miles from Shrewsbury Train Station.
There is a bus stop in Cross House, then approximately 10 minute walk to Brompton Cookery School.
Brompton Cookery School facilities include:
- First aid facilities
- In countryside
- Indoor event/attraction
- Of historic, literary or architectural interest
- Smoking permitted in some areas
- Village Location
- Demonstrations given
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Suitable for families
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Solo accepted
- Sterling Travellers Cheques accepted
- Visa accepted
- On site parking
- Parking (free)
- Booking essential
- Groups accepted
- Max group size
- Min group size
Brompton Cookery School accessibility includes:
- Audible alarm system
- Designated parking within about 50 metres of main entrance
- Drop-off point for guests immediately outside main entrance
- Effective lighting throughout attraction for visually impaired visitors
- Flat route with no steps from parking area to entrance
- Good colour/tonal contrast throughout attraction, eg doors contrast with floor/walls
- Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet
- Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet suitable for wheelchair users
- Level access, ramp or lift to ticket issuing point
Contact - Brompton Cookery School
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