As the days get longer it's time to treat yourself to a romantic break...
Food, glorious food
The name Mowbarton is becoming synonymous with sparkling wine. But it can now also be associated with all sorts of delicious and different foods... We had a bumper crop of walnuts this year - and even managed to pick some before they were nicked by the squirrels.
Meanwhile, the farmhouse kitchen in the Barn continues to be praised by our guests as the heart of the home where groups gather to cook and enjoy. This week we have been delighted to welcome back a very particular group for an extra special cookery weekend, organised by Anastasia at Kind Earth. Bringing her plant-based expertise and flair to Mowbarton, Anastasia organised a fabulous few days for seven lucky participants who were introduced to the art of healthy cooking. Anastasia is dedicated to making gluten-free vegan recipes as easy and enjoyable as possible. And, if the reaction of guests this week is anything to go by, she succeeds! Find out more about Kind Earth here. We are definitely looking forward to welcoming her back next year.
A very different foody experience makes a welcome return to Wedmore where the beautiful George in the centre of the village is in action again after a long break. This iconic old pub has been much missed and we are really pleased to see it newly refurbished and as popular as ever. It offers a varied menu, both traditional and more quirky. Or you can just enjoy a quiet drink in fabulous surroundings.
In fact Wedmore punches above its weight with its wonderfully versatile selection of places to eat, all of which continue to be extremely popular with our guests. The Swan, New Inn and now The George. Table 8 (Indian). Pumpkin (deli plus beautifully local light meals and snacks).