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Farm to Table Harvest and Feast

£75 pp

Devon and Cornwall, England

5 hours

Private experience for up to 8

Farm to Table Harvest and Feast

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What You'll Do

Get back to nature on your holiday in Cornwall, and experience the simple joy of gathering armfuls of fresh produce straight from the land, to be taken to a beautiful field kitchen, to curate, create and devour a bespoke seasonal feast together.

Arrive at Harewood Farm, a beautiful unspoiled landscape within the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and begin with a tour of the growing areas where your hosts share their passion for connecting to food through understanding seasonal eating.

You will be immersed in nature, learning about regenerative gardening principles. Take a look at what is growing currently, and spend our time plucking, picking, and pulling fruits and vegetables directly from the plot.

The simplicity of these activities are wonderful for your wellbeing. Ground yourself firmly on the earth, breathe the clear, fresh air and understand your connection to nature better.

Move across the land with your haul to the field kitchen barn, complete with spectacular views across the River Tamar to the Devon banks beyond. Here you will create a feast together in a cookery workshop, with your just-harvested produce and other local fares.

Enjoy a plant-based, seasonal and local dining experience in superb natural surroundings. Your hosts will share with you some of their gut-healthy ideas for preserving the harvests at Harewood Farm, and you will get to take away a delicious preserve to transport you back to this experience whenever you try it.

Experience
Highlights

Create a unique dining experience using ingredients you have picked that very morning

Get hands on with nature and understand the relationship between food and the land

Head off grid to a stunning farm where you can relax and recharge

Your Local Host:

Jo Tytherleigh

I am a grower, holistic chef, and a yoga teacher. I am lucky to live on Harewood Farm in a magnificent hidden location.

I love to help people feel connected to real food, which in turn brings us into a deeper relationship with ourselves, the land and with nature.

I have been growing food using organic, permaculture & regenerative methods for 30 years. I have worked as a chef in holistic retreats around the world and I have made it my mission to engage with the local economy sourcing the best local and seasonal produce.

I run regular workshops in our fully equipped, beautifully appointed, field kitchen barn. Teaching age old skills such as sourdough baking and fermenting vegetables.

Reviews (2)

Debbie

Wednesday 14th August, 2019

Thank you so much for an enlightening day. I thoroughly loved the pace and hands on experience. I learnt about some amazing techniques and you have stirred a renewed appreciation for making food with fresh ingredients and love.

Thank you so much for an enlightening day. I thoroughly loved the pace and hands on experience. I learnt about some amazing techniques and you have stirred a renewed appreciation for making food with fresh ingredients and love.

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Heidi

Saturday 1st June, 2019

Jo’s expertise was apparent - she shared so many interesting facts, and answered all questions; she is an excellent chef and the food was delicious. Jo is a natural teacher, the experience always remained at a fun, insightful level. We left the far...

Jo’s expertise was apparent - she shared so many interesting facts, and answered all questions; she is an excellent chef and the food was delicious. Jo is a natural teacher, the experience always remained at a fun, insightful level. We left the farm feeling refreshed and inspired to start a little veg bed of our own. Thank you.

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Location Information

The experience takes place at Harewood Farm, Cornwall, in the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just a short drive north from Plymouth.

It’s also extremely close to the village of Calstock.

There is a direct train link from Plymouth to Calstock, and your hosts will be more than happy to arrange free pick up from the train station in Calstock.

Arriving at 10 am, meet your hosts and enjoy a day in this idyllic corner of the country, enjoying lunch at around 1 pm, before parting ways at around 3 pm.

  • Gardening gloves for use in the gardens
  • Aprons for use in the cooking workshop
  • All your food and drink whilst on the farm
  • A hand made seasonal preserved gift to take home