Irish-born Sinead Wilde Allart studied Home Economics and taught it for a few years before meeting Belgian-born Philippe and moving with him to France. Her time in France has enabled her to add to her culinary repertoire enormously while learning how to speak French, raise chickens and daughters, renovate old houses, fight with local builders, ride a horse, and sing a little opera. Sinead opened the doors of her farmhouse kitchen in 2006. Sineads idea is to share l'art de vivre à la française.
from Great Britain, May 2018
"An amazing experience, beautiful settings and the best Host"
Sinèad Wilde is an excellent cook with years of Experian in teaching. She is all round a beautiful person who has created in her house an oasis of taste and laughter. The bed and breakfast is beautiful, comfortable and modern. The settings and the grounds are dreaming and of course the food was extraordinary. We had the best Break! I was not expecting to enjoy it so much.
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Remembering the awesome cooking experience in February, I ordered the tart rings today to be able to reproduce the lovely pastry we had made during the cooking class with you. The time we've spent exploring the French kitchen is still vividly in our minds and frequently shared. We highly recommend taking one of the offered courses - it's been fun and great food!bThanks again, Sinead, for sharing your kitchen and hospitality with us.
It was like walking into your dream kitchen, garden and dining area with a chef who obviously loves to teach and eat great food! My husband and I spent the day with Sinead, our chef, and four ladies from Australia and we had a delightful day with all of us studying the menu, preparing the many dishes and joyfully eating the spoils of our labors! Sinead is very open to share her ideas and opinions and open to hearing others'. It was delightful!