MasterChef Travel is expanding its 2015 collection of culinary holidays to include short breaks in the UK.
London with a MasterChef is a weekend break at the historic St Ermin’s Hotel in Westminster where Adam Handling, finalist on MasterChef: The Professionals 2013 is the head chef.
This is a great way of doing something very cool whilst taking in some Christmas shopping, or for a more enjoyable way to explore the January sales, MasterChef Travel is including the St Ermin’s signature afternoon tea and a five-course tasting menu with paired wines.
Adam will be cooking in the kitchen and also meeting guests during the dinner. The hotel’s rooftop is home to 200,000 Buckfast bees – as well as a unique Bee Hotel for abandoned bees – and their honey is used in numerous dishes: a pre-dinner honey-inspired cocktail is also included.
A one-night London with a MasterChef break is priced from £295 per person and two nights is from £435 per person, which also includes a wine tasting experience at Vinopolis. Trips start on 21st November 2014 and run throughout November, December and January.
Welsh Wonders, in the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan, is the setting of a new two-night break with MasterChef Travel.
Staying in Llanerch Vineyard, home to the acclaimed Angela Gray Cookery School, guests will join Angela for cookery demonstrations using local produce, sample the still and sparkling wines produced by the vineyard, enjoy dishes created by the hotel’s chef and finish the trip with a Kitchen Challenge with the head chef.
The two-night Welsh Wonders culinary break from 20nd to 22nd February 2015 is priced from £495 per person and includes all meals. More dates to be announced later this year.
Prices include excursions, accommodation with breakfast and other meals as specified.
Gift vouchers now available online, if you’re looking for a present for any lovers of food and travel you know.
Details of the full range of tours can be seen at www.mastercheftravel.com with more 2015 tours to be announced later this year.