The only AGA approved cookery school in the south of England

Moving to your forever home this AUTUMN.  Make the most of your AGA with a personalised cookery class.

Handcrafted kitchen linens.

Treat your AGA to a new look this AUTUMN, with our fabulous selection of screen printed textiles.

Online FESTIVE cookery class

Get to grips with your new AGA this Christmas & prepare to celebrate in style.

Plan ahead for SPRING 2022

Midweek AGA cookery class & two night stay.  Plus an additional complimentary third night.

The only AGA approved cookery school in the south of England

AGA Cookery

You’re getting to grips with the pre-loved AGA in your new home and would LOVE gentle guidance. For seasoned AGA owners, we offer personalised courses for experienced cooks.

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A gorgeous collection of kitchen linens. Dress your table pretty with napkins and placemats adorned with honey bees.  Keep your sourdough fresh in a sustainable linen bag from Helen Round.

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A gorgeous collection of kitchen linens. Dress your table pretty with napkins and placemats adorned with honey bees.  Keep your sourdough fresh in a sustainable linen bag from Helen Round.

Our Story

All Hallows is a Georgian farmhouse located in the Cranborne Chase Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty. A cookery school with rooms offering a unique place to learn, cook and stay.

All Hallows Recipes

Tried & tested recipes suitable for AGA & conventional cooks.

How to make a Christmas cake.

How to make a Christmas cake.

Make the most of cosy weekends in the kitchen and put some time aside now to bake your celebration cake for Christmas.  Whether you are a fan of crisp royal icing or simply love to adorn your bake with glace fruits and toasted marzipan, it’s never too early to prepare...

Kitchen Garden

Seasonal diary from a cook who loves to grow flowers and herbs.

Preparing your herb garden for winter.

Preparing your herb garden for winter.

The days are growing shorter.  It will soon be time to adjust the clock back one hour.  There's a definite nip in the air each evening.  In the darker mornings our hens are anxiously waiting later and later to be let into the yard, so they may peck and scratch all...