Ashburton Cookery School
Based on the edge of Dartmoor, the Ashburton
Cookery School offers the UK’s widest range of cookery
courses with over 40 to choose from, designed to suit beginners
as well as experienced cooks. Working in superbly equipped
teaching kitchens, students are taught fundamental cookery
techniques by experienced Chef Tutors that can be applied in
a professional kitchen or entertaining at home.
"The Ashburton Cookery School
is proud to be associated with The Husbandry School who
supply high quality, local produce for use in our kitchens,
grown to the excellent standards of the Wholesome Food
Dominic O'Nions, MD, Ashburton Cookery School
We are proud to
be working together with the Ashburton Cookery School
and look forward to welcoming their students onto our
land this summer.
Cookery School's website
TV chef, James Knight-Pacheco
Presenter, Private Caterer and
James says: "I am extremely
proud to be using produce from the Husbandry school,
as it is not only some the best in Devon, it is also
some the best I have ever used!!!"
The Husbandry School is naturally delighted
to be supplying James with produce from our land here
at Liddy Ball.
James Knight-Pacheco's website
Burgh Island Hotel
Burgh Island Hotel is an iconic Devon landmark,
moored on its own tidal island, surrounded by golden
beaches and silver seas. Built in 1929, extended in 1932
and, since 2006, completely restored to its '30s glamour,
the Burgh Island Hotel is a retreat like none other.
The Husbandry School is delighted to supply Burgh Island
and its sister restaurant/hotel, Southernhay House
with our delicious, traditionally grown produce.
Burgh Island Hotel's website
Southernhay House, Exeter
A classic town house, in the heart of Exeter’s
Georgian business quarter, SH has been lovingly restored
to its original purpose as a social focal point. The
Grade II* building now holds a restaurant, private dining
room, a romantic veranda, uber-smart bar and 10 gorgeous
Most importantly, it is run by a friendly and dedicated
team, a combination of long-term Exeter residents and
staff trained at its sister restaurant/hotel, Burgh Island.
The Vineyard Cafe, Sharpham
The cafe provides alfresco style eating on a
small scale, with stunning views over-looking the River
Dart. The menu is refreshingly small celebrating
the best of local, organic and Westcountry produce.
Once again, we are delighted to supply one of Devon's
most loved attractions with our produce.
Cafe, Sharpham, website