Bakehouse NI is a small, homely cookery school set in the countryside near the village of Bellaghy in Mid-Ulster offering classes in baking, cooking and foraging.
Bakehouse NI also offer traditional bread baking, cake decorating and afternoon tea classes. You may also choose to just to watch a baking or cooking demo and this is also offered in the Gypsy caravan luxury afternoon tea experience. Bakehouse are happy to create a bespoke experience as well if you are particularly interested in learning something.
Classes from 12pm with last class at 6pm.
Top Reasons To Visit
- Homely, traditional kitchen with a traditional griddle over an open turf fire where bread is baked
- Great local seasonal produce
- Learn a new skill
- Experience authentic traditional Irish food made with family recipes
- Warm welcome and a fun experience
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