The Artisan Bakehouse Selsey 3, Horsebridge, England, BN44 3AL

The Artisan Bakehouse is an award winning Bakehouse, accredited Bread Making school, Holiday cottages & luxury shepherd hut. Set in a secluded rural ideal on the edge of the beautiful South Downs National Park yet just 5 minutes from the…

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The Artisan Bakehouse is an award winning Bakehouse, accredited Bread Making school, Holiday cottages & luxury shepherd hut.

Set in a secluded rural ideal on the edge of the beautiful South Downs National Park yet just 5 minutes from the pretty vibrant village of Steyning and beaches within 10 minutes too!

We are totally passionate here about real bread and want to share that with you. If you too love bread and baking and want to learn more then why not join us on one of our popular Artisan Bread making workshops or ONLINE masterclasses.

Workshops are held in our Bakehouse with its traditional wood burning oven so you can have a truly hands on experience making various breads from around the world and learning new skills that will enable you to make fresh, great tasting bread whenever you like.

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