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France, a country of many wonders also has traditional regional cuisine that is specific to each and every province and region. More than that, France is a store house of fine ingredients and infinite richness that embraces ancient regional traditions which were zealously retained in spite of new administrative boundaries, the landscape, the flavors of its cuisine, and the methods of preparation particular to each small area. Each region has maintained the originality of its culinary traditions. During this short break, you will learn to cook French classical dishes in the romantic atmosphere of the authentic French style inn.
Each of the suites boasts a private entrance, a great view, access to a furnished outdoor patio, WIFI, refrigerator, hydronic in-floor heating and twelve foot ceilings.
Chef quarters apartment is a one-bedroom cottage. There is separate bedroom with door, separate bathroom and a lovely open kitchen/living room area. Kitchen is fully equipped with sub-zero refrigerator, dishwasher and gas/electric stove top on island cooking area. This is the perfect hideaway for gourmet cooking and that fledging chef.
There is no place like Seattle's Woodinville Wine Country to spend your time cooking hands-on French regional dishes, drinking wine and learning about the great winemakers that help make Washington an amazing culinary vacation destination.
During this vacation, you will be offered welcome aperitif from 16:30-17:30 with a glass of local wine and French mis en bouche/nibbles offered in the Grand room of the Auberge French Country Inn. You will have a 45-minute deep tissue massage by a licensed massage therapist. Your cooking class with be on the second night - 3.5 hours of "Exploring French Classical Cuisine" (3 course dinner) held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights from 17:30-21:00.
Edge of Seattle is located on the eastside of Seattle, in Woodinville, in the Woodinville wine country.
Savor the nightly dessert for two made in-house by the executive chef and delivered en suite, such as Mama's Carmel fruit bread pudding with sauce, date bar, pear kuchen cake or some other delight created by your in-house chef.
Gourmet breakfast served on your first morning consists of two courses: Belgium waffles with fresh strawberries and whipped cream, and second course two eggs, bacon and parsley potatoes and fresh squeezed orange juice.
Petite Dejeuner breakfast will be delivered to your door at 09:00. Breakfast consist of French pastries such as croissant, petit pain aux chocolate, and friand. In each suite's refrigerator you will find a pitcher of milk, coffee/tea, sugar, Auberge de Seattle jams and/or jellies, yogurt, fresh fruit, granola and cereals.
Enjoy a 45-minute deep tissue massage by a licensed massage therapist.
Stay on the continuation that becomes Avondale Road
Go to the end. Avondale hits a T in the road; that road is called the Woodinville / Duval Road. Make a right-hand turn
There's a signal light and a small mall in front of you. Continue till you get to the third signal light which is 212th. Here turn right
Go to the next intersection and turn left; you will then be on 165. After that, go straight
In front of you, the road will curve to the right. Once it has curved, it will then be 216th Avenu. N.E
Immediately, look on the left for a white sign with a light shining on it and for a long gravel driveway, with a street sign that reads "REMY WAY". There is also a green mailbox with the number 16400 on it. There is also a hanging sign with a capital A for auberge. You can see many solar lights along the gravel drive way with Lavender plantings. The property has a bright green metal roof that you can't miss
Drive around to the front. At night, lights will be on all over the building, driveway and up in Edge of Seattles wedding garden area. If you see 164 Street, it means that you have gone too far
Its located in-between 165 and 164 covering a full block
The closest airport is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).