Penhein is introducing a host of wild gourmet dining options
Penhein, a glampsite offering luxury Persian Alachigh tents, is introducing a host of wild gourmet dining options for guests this summer. Penhein Glamping is set in a 450-acre Monmouthshire family-owned farm with wildflower meadows, an adventure playground for kids and a cooling brook to dip your toes in. The accommodation comes in the shape of eight luxury, high-domed tents, each sleeping up to five people.
Available for couples, families and larger groups, the new dining offerings aim to take the self-catering out of glamping. Each experience can be booked on a tailor- made basis and can include foraging, firepit feasting and even incorporate an element of tuition on how to cook successfully over a fire for future glamping trips.
The fully immersive new ‘Gourmet Feast and Forage Experience’ with acclaimed forager Chloe Newcomb Hodgetts will see glampers learning about a variety of edibles whilst exploring the woodland, meadows and hedgerows of the farm, followed by a foraged feast. Depending on the month there may be fruits or fungi, foliage or flowers, herbs, vegetables, roots and spices to find, identify, and sustainably harvest with Chloe using the wild ingredients which are unearthed in a delicious meal she cooks up together with a myriad of pre-prepared foraged dishes.
Alternatively, ‘Firepit Fine Dining’ is an incredible experience that sees private chef Roo transporting her mobile kitchen to Penhein to cook up one of her specially curated menus either served in the open air or under a stretch tent.
To book or for more information, please visit www.penhein.co.uk