Foxhill Manor is to launch a new guest chef series this April, kicking off with winner of BBC2’s The Great British Menu 2018, James Cochran.
The Arts & Crafts manor hotel on the Farncombe Estate in the Cotswolds will launch the new series on April 14 with a seven-course, one-off menu from Cochran, who is owner of acclaimed London restaurant, 12:51.
He has also previously spent five years at two Michelin-starred restaurant, The Ledbury.
Most recently Cochran competed in the Great British Menu where he was awarded the first-ever ‘Champion of Champions’ title.
The intimate event at Foxhill Manor will be open to 16 guests who will be served the seven-course menu along with an overnight stay at Foxhill Manor.
The eight-bedroom hotel sits alongside sister properties, Dormy House and The Fish on the 400-acre Farncombe estate.
Along with an all-inclusive drinks station in the lounge and complimentary pantry, facilities include a media room with beanbags and popcorn on tap, a grand ballroom with space for 60, and access to the House Spa at sister property, Dormy House.
Foxhill Manor’s second and third dinners in the 2019 series will be held in August and November with guest chefs and dates to be confirmed.