|Experience the Cookery School at Lucknam Park|
All classes are £185 per person per class, terms & conditions apply.
Maximum number of peope per class is 10. Each class is for 1 day.
|The School offers a unique opportunity for anyone who enjoys cooking to perfect their skills and master new techniques through a variety of innovative courses with the guidance of Lucknam Park’s Cookery School Head Chef Ben Taylor. The Cookery School is located in a small house on the estate, just a short walk from the hotel. A partial listing of available classes: Fish & Shellfish * Michelin-Star Cooking at Home * Discover Thai * Children and Adult Classes.
Follow the links to learn about course offerings and the dates they are available.
General Information & Rates
|JH HOTELS' SPECIAL AMENITIES|
|Bookings through JH (Joanna Heathcote) on Park (deluxe) rooms and above (Rack Rates),
with a stay of a minimum of two nights, receive the following added value:
A 3-course dinner in the Michelin-starred Park Restaurant for 2 people on one night, a half-hour
Dry Flotation treatment for 2 people, half bottle of champagne, fruit and chocolates on arrival.
2017 RACK Rates
|Cottage King Suite||
|Grand Suite Courtyard||
|Grand Master Suite||
|Rack rates apply during bank holiday weekends, race meetings and the Bath Festival. They are not valid during UK Bank Holidays, Easter and the Christmas/New Year period, 23 Dec – 02 Jan.
The above 2017 rates are per room per night and inclusive of the VAT at 20%, with full use of the spa facilities. (Extra charges apply for spa treatments and use of the equestrian facilities.) Welcome in-room amenity of champagne, chocolates and fruit, and a complimentary local newspaper each morning. A two-night minimum is required for guests staying on Saturday night. Breakfast £29. Best available rates (BAR) apply at different times throughout the year and vary depending on the season. A 48-hour cancellation notice is required. The above is subject to change without notice.
42 Rooms and Suites
Connecting Rooms – Yes
3 People Sharing – Yes
(the third person must to be a child under 12 years of age)
4 People Sharing – No
Brasserie with 1 Rosette
AA 5 Red Star
State-of-the-Art Spa, Treatment Rooms & Well-Being House
NEAREST RAIL STATION
Chippenham or Bath
BATH: The beautiful Georgian city of Bath stands on the ancient Roman city of Aqua Sullis, which means "healing water." The city is a spa to this day, but its heyday was the Georgian period, when society gathered in Bath for the "season.” Jane Austen came here as did Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton. Visit the ROMAN BATHS and the Georgian PUMP ROOM. The ABBEY is architecturally very interesting, and nearby is the attractive POLTNEY BRIDGE with its little shops. The ASSEMBLY ROOMS are where society gathered for balls and meetings, and the rooms are used for this purpose to this day. But, essentially, Bath is a city to walk in and admire for its elegant buildings and parks. This is also a great town for antiques.
STOURHEAD: One of England's most beautiful gardens, it is particularly enchanting in springtime.
BERKELEY CASTLE: This is one of the oldest inhabited castles in England, having been lived in by the Berkeley family for the past 500 years. Its past includes a particularly gory story having to do with the death of Edward II.
SLIMBRIDGE: The wildlife park at Slimbridge is known throughout Europe particularly for its waterbirds.
TINTERN ABBEY: One of the most romantic spots in Britain, the ancient ruined abbey stands on the banks of the lovely River Wye.
CASTLE COMBE: Featured on many posters, this is perhaps one of the prettiest villages in England. There are some excellent small tea rooms offering the West Country "cream tea."
BOWOOD HOUSE: An outstanding 18th-century house set in a magnificent park landscaped by “Capability” Brown. A superb library by Robert Adam and an interesting art collection make this house well worth a visit.
CORSHAM COURT: An Elizabethan house dating from 1582, Corsham contains a collection of Old Master paintings and furniture.
LACOCK ABBEY: The 13th-century abbey was converted into a house in 1540.
STONEHENGE: This ancient monolithic monument has been puzzling historians for four centuries; no one exactly knows if it is a calendar or a religious place of worship.
SALISBURY: Salisbury is an attractive market town famous for its elegant cathedral, which has the tallest spire in England. Prince Charles has raised 6 million pounds to save the spire from falling down.
WILTON HOUSE: This lovely house is the home of the Earl of Pembroke and contains an outstanding private art collection. The house was used by General Eisenhower as his headquarters during World War II.