Restaurant with Rooms Hipping Hall has topped off its recent refurbishment with the launch of a new creative getaway package in its new-look Old Stables.
As part of the Grade-II listed property’s recent makeover, local artists were commissioned to create pieces to complement the hotel’s design, and now one of these artists will run a series of pottery classes for guests wishing to tap into their creative side.
Miles-Moore Ceramics, run by Martin and Siobhan Miles-Moore, crafted a series of centrepieces, plates and bowls for the newly redecorated 15th century dining room in the Lake District, and will now offer guests the chance to learn for themselves over a three-day course in June.
The pottery course will kick start a series of creative getaways including silversmithing, water colours, charcoal, mixed media and digital media.
The Old Stables are on site at Hipping Hall, which was the first property to open as part of the Wildsmith Hotels’ portfolio. The self-contained building houses five bedrooms with a terrace and now boasts a new luxury look, created by designer James Mackie in partnership with owner Andrew Wildsmith.
Wildsmith Hotels comprises boutique hotels Hipping Hall, The Ryebeck and Forest Side, all in the Lake District.