“A house party with added fizz”, says James Ashton about Dryhill.
‘The best house parties take place in someone else’s house. Our gathering to mark a special birthday went one better, taking over a 400-year old farmhouse for the weekend. The benefits were clear: depositing kids with the grandparents, luring away friends we never see properly and rediscovering why they became such good mates in the first place. The plan was a simple one: good company, good food, great location.’
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