After four years planning and development, the disused former granary at Baythorne Hall in Halstead, Essex is undergoing a major transformation into a cookery school, kitchen shop and wine tasting and events venue. KSL has played a significant role in its development, designing a modern and stylish kitchen for the Hall's cookery school.
“The Cookery School is one of the most exciting new developments at Baythorne Hall”, said George Unwin, owner of Baythorne Hall.
“A successful cookery school needs a good kitchen. That’s why I got in touch with the team at KSL in Sudbury to help me create something that is modern, user friendly and strikingly beautiful, and together we have created just that”, said George Unwin.
KSL start work on installing the kitchen at the end of August. Baythorne Hall are currently undertaking major internal and external building work and hope to be running their first programme of cookery courses later this year.
Richard Hibbert, Managing Director at KSL said, “We are delighted George came to KSL to fit this fantastic space. It's been an exciting project and we look forward to hearing from the first class of the cookery school, about their experience in the kitchen and perhaps even sharing some new cooking tips with us”.
For more information about KSL and their kitchen, bathroom and bedroom services, visit: www.kslsudbury.co.uk.
For more information about Baythorne Hall and their cooking classes, visit: www.baythornehall.co.uk
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