Celebrate the change of seasons with other readers at Raymond Blanc's delightful hotel, enjoying a three-course lunch plus demonstration in The Raymond Blanc Cookery School

Raymond Blanc's coveted hotel in Oxfordshire is the ultimate countryside getaway. From the famed two Michelin-starred restaurant to the manicured gardens, Belmond Le Manoir is the crème de la crème of British luxury. As summer rolls into autumn and the trees adopt their orange hues, it's the ideal time of year to learn a few seasonal tricks. There is no better place to discover the secret to a gorgeous autumnal flower display, or how to turn apples into a delicious treat, than this picture-perfect hotel.

Plus, save up to 15% on an overnight stay at Belmond Le Manoir either the night before or after the event. Each of the 32 rooms have been individually designed and draw inspiration from Raymond's travels.

The price

A day of lunch and expert demonstrations for £199pp*

What's included

  • Tea and coffee in La Belle Epoque and the private walled-garden.
  • An apple-themed demonstration in The Raymond Blanc Cookery School.
  • Expert-led floral demonstration.
  • Laurent- Perrier Champagne reception.
  • Three-course feast with wines, coffee and petits fours in the Belle Epoque private dining room.

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Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is located in Great Milton, Oxford.

By train: Haddenham & Thame Parkway station (10 minutes' drive from Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons) is 45 mins from London Marylebone.

Trains run from London Paddington to Oxford station (25 minutes from the hotel) approximately every 30 minutes. The journey takes around 60 minutes; 1 hr from Birmingham International; 2 hr 40 from Manchester Piccadilly; 4 hr 15 from Durham; 4 hr 30 from Newcastle. 2 hours from Cardiff, changing at Reading station.

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Tucked away in the picturesque countryside, this 15th-century manor, the vision of chef Raymond Blanc, sets the standard for haute cuisine.

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