Cooking at the Jekyll Island Club

Spice up your next Southern Georgia vacation with a little down home flavor! Join our Executive Chef, Pastry Chef, and the culinary staff of the Jekyll Island Club Hotel for its elite 2011 cooking schools at Crane Cottage.

August 28 – September 1, 2011:

Couple – $1,595.00
Single – $1,109.00

Cooking School Package Includes:
•Culinary welcome gift and Jekyll Island Club Hotel logo chef’s jacket
•Superior accommodations in Crane Cottage for four nights
•Welcome reception Sunday evening followed by a Sunday Dinner Dance with dinner and entertainment in the Grand Dining Room
•Hands-on cooking classes in the kitchen at Crane Cottage over three days
•Patisserie Sessions
•Wine Tasting Monday evening with our sommelier
•Breakfast Buffet in the Grand Dining Room each morning
•Gourmet farewell dinner on Wednesday evening

Please call the hotel directly to reserve this package at 800-535-9547 or 912-635-2600.

Please note: All taxes and gratuities on package are included. Resort fee extra. School requires a minimum of 8 packages to be sold 30 days prior to event or we reserve the right to cancel said event. Cancellations within 14 days of event forfeits 50% of package. Subject to availability. Certain restrictions apply.

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