A Georgian farmhouse, set deep in the Dorset countryside within the historic village of Wimborne St Giles.
All Hallows is surrounded by Cranborne Chase, the hunting ground for King John I and now designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A truly perfect escape for any winter celebration.
Enjoy a three night bed and breakfast stay, with afternoon tea and Christmas lunch prepared especially for your closest family and friends.
Just two hours from London and within easy reach of Salisbury train station, All Hallows is perfectly located perfectly for you to enjoy a weekend in the Dorset countryside.
Escape to an Area of Outstanding Beauty and make time for an afternoon bakery class beside the AGA too.
Love writing about food? Fancy exploring your writing skills further?
‘Escape to the Pantry’ at All Hallows Farmhouse and learn how to perfect your food writing with the editor of an award-winning food magazine.
All Hallows – Learn, Cook, Eat & Stay…
Our rural location offers a unique home for a cookery school with rooms. All Hallows is an historic farmhouse and Rose Cottage is tucked quietly behind, overlooking the River Allen and St. Giles watercress beds. Together they are situated in a series of walled gardens producing fruit, edible flowers and herbs.
Whether you choose to gather home grown produce to prepare beside the AGA. or to be inspired during a creative class, dine with friends or simply rest for awhile, we will do all we can to make you feel truly at home.
Book a class now…
Saturday 2nd December 2017 – Learn how to create a beautiful festive wreath to hang on your door this Christmas.
Half day workshop creating a natural foliage garland to take home – only two places remain on this course but other dates available!
Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th January 2018 – Hone your food writing skills with Karen Barnes, the editor of delicious.
Stay at the farmhouse this festive season…
Gather your close family and friends and enjoy an exclusive Dorset break this Christmas.
A big thank you to everyone that supported our World’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer Support. We raised a fabulous £207.50 in just a couple of hours beside the AGA in the farmhouse!
There are so many versions of this recipe and everyone claims that their particular favourite is the original! This adaptation was shared by a neighbour who regularly won the village produce show each year. You may like to add a teaspoon of mixed spice and a handful...