Three Shepherds Cheese - Celebrating 26 years of teaching cheesemaking!
Luxury Cheesemaking Classes
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Spoil yourself in stunning acommodations! Spend the weekend with us at one of these beautiful inns located around the country, while you learn the art and science of cheesemaking! Price - Varies by location
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Luxury cheesemaking class at
The Mercersburg Inn in Pennsylvania
March 17-19, 2023
Every year we look forward to our class at the Mercersburg Inn--the wonderful innkeepers (Tomi & Steven) the friendly and helpful staff (especially Darla) and the incredible food from Chef Dan! Join us next autumn at this beautiful, historic inn! Learn to master the art of cheesemaking while getting spoiled in this romantic setting. The meals are incredible (and lunches include lots of wine and cheese)! Close to Washington D.C., this class sells out quickly, so register soon!
Luxury cheesemaking class at
The Addison on Amelia Island
January 13-16, 2023
Escape the winter cold in sunny Florida! We are thrilled to announce our first cheesemaking & cooking class at the beautiful Addison on Amelia Island.
Spend the weekend learning the secrets of cheesemaking. You will make cheeses to take home and share with your loved ones, and you will create some to be eaten fresh with your fellow students.
Enjoy the confidence you will have at the end of the class to make these cheeses in your own home.
Class includes everything necessary to make a variety of cheeses, breakfast on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, lunches on Saturday and Sunday, happy hours each evening, and a cheesemaking manual complete with recipes.
As a special for the 2023 class, there will be a wine and cheese tasting Saturday evening before dining at Burlingame Restaurant, and a pizza-making class and craft brew tasting at First Love Brewing Monday before departure!
Review from our 2020 Florida Cheesemaking Class!
We stayed at Addison House last weekend for an exciting weekend of cheese making! Three full days of exploring, making, and tasting all sorts of delicious cheeses. Lisa and Ron had decided that they didn't want to offer all the same sorts of things other local B&Bs were (weddings, baby weekends, etc.) and when the opportunity to offer this cheese making weekend appeared, they jumped on it.
The location is perfect - one block to the local farmers' market, easy walk to many of our art galleries and specialty shops, and the waterfront with restaurants, boat tours, and the visitors center (located in the old train station). Although we live on the island, we loved being able to walk to places we know - and to find new ones! The restaurant they recommended for dinner was one that we had never eaten at and we were very glad we had taken their suggestion.
Sitting outside - whether for breakfast or more cheese making classes - was lovely in spite of the colder than normal temperatures because the large porch, surrounded on two sides by buildings, opens onto a beautifully landscaped, interior courtyard with an amazing fountain.
The working fireplaces in the parlor and bedroom added a touch of warmth to the rooms.
Lisa and Ron have made some welcome changes to the Addison House over the past few years. It is clear from the warm welcome to the final friendly farewell that they care about the comfort of their guests