Bakehouse NI

Bakehouse NI provides traditional “at home” cookery experiences based around
local, seasonal ingredients and Bronagh’s simple, family, childhood recipes. It is all
about creating a wonderful connection and a lovely Irish welcome to make memories
for visitors to Northern Ireland through local food.

Bronagh loves to share her food stories, of selecting ingredients, cooking and
enjoying food with family and friends which she believes is one of life’s pleasures, to
nourish the body, soothe the mind and create a great experience of community and
fun. We couldn’t agree more!

Would you love to learn how to make traditional Northern Irish soda farls, eaten
warm with local butter. Or to make Bronagh’s Granny’s vegetable broth from
vegetables picked fresh from her kitchen garden. Have you ever picked
elderflowers, on a sunny June afternoon, or Autumn sloes along a country lane, to
create a wonderful summer elderflower cake or to make an infused Autumn sloe gin
to delight your family and friends, well this is your opportunity.
PS Doesn’t their luxury gypsy caravan afternoon tea sound amazing?

NEED TO KNOW Prices start at £45 per person for the afternoon tea and
demonstration, with practical classes starting at £80 for a 3, hour class. Adults and
children’s classes are available. Suitable for children, baby changing facilities, dogs
accepted inside. Open daily 10am- 22.00

What They Do

Small cookery school offering hands on classes, demonstrations and experiences in traditional cooking, baking and foraging.


Bakehouse NI
4a Scribe Road
BT45 8JN
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