We are looking to recruit a Chef de Partie in our hotel Kitchen. You must ensure you are quality driven and have a genuine drive and ambition. This role provides an excellent opportunity for the right individual to work within talented teams. This role will also be responsible for producing the highest standards of food. Ideally candidates will have experience at the same level in a similar sized / quality establishment. You will be a committed and dedicated individual who strives for perfection.
* Good experience
* Passionate about food
* Ability to manage a small team
* Able to work under pressure
* To comply with all H&S and hygiene requirements
* Passionate about customer service
* Maintain high levels of cleanliness and standards
You will be expected to work independently, help lead a small team from the front and following standards. You will be focused, passionate about food and well organised with the ability to handle pressure.
In line with the requirements of the Asylum & Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of the eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process. The Exmoor White Horse Inn is an equal opportunity employer and would welcome interest from applicants of all ages.
If you are interested in occupying this roll please contact us by phone on 01643831229 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 21st April saw the return of the Exmoor Beauty Cycle challenge, a 60 mile round trip which took competitors right into the heart of Exmoor on a challenging but rewarding bike ride. Organised by the same team as the Exmoor Beast, the Beauty is designed for every rider to enjoy the ride and the scenery. The Exmoor Beauty, unlike the Exmoor Beast Cycle Challenge, was more of a social event, with the food stations being held in the Village of Exford, just outside the Exmoor White Horse Inn, so that family members and spectators could enjoy the event at the same time. This years route started in the town of Tiverton, passed through Bampton and onto the moors where it enabled the cyclists to take in the surrounding views of Wimbleball lake. From here it passed through Brompton Regis and up into Wheddon Cross, then back down into the village of Exford. The route followed the scenic road through Withypool and Higher Ball Wood, and then pushed the cyclists to climb Bickencroft Hill, the route then led back to Tiverton where the contestants received a well deserved rest.
Exmoor Beauty Route Map:
View from the Exmoor White Horse Inn:
Set in the Exmoor National Park, on the edge of the small agricultural hamlet of Brompton Regis also known as Kingsbrompton, Wimbleball lake nestles in the valley on the Brendon Hills, with sweeping pastures meeting the lapping water of the lake.
Water from Wimbleball flows to the river Haddeo, the from which our Conference and Function room took its name because the oak for all the wooden flooring comes from the Haddeo woods. The river Haddeo is wooded on both sides with Haddon Woods on one side and Storidge Woods on the other, and then finally making its way to the river Exe.
The quiet and picturesque hamlet of Bury is where you find a charming Grade 2 listed Packhorse Bridge over the River Haddeo and meandering ford. This is a good starting point for walks up the beautiful Haddeo valley to Wimbleball Lake or up the rough, old and sunken Haddon Lane to Haddon Hill.
Wimbleball Lake is appoximately 9 miles away from out front doorand was nominated to be the first Dark Skies Discovery Site on Exmoor – The Exmoor National Park has been designated as an international Dark Sky Reserve, the first place in Europe to achieve this prestigious award, and only the second in the world.
What Makes Exmoor Special To You?
The beauty of the moor and the field sports and the local characters.
Where on Exmoor is your favourite spot and why?
Dunkery Beacon – I love that you can see for miles along the rugged cliffs, Porlock Bay all the way to Wales and beyond.
What have you seen on Exmoor that you have never seen anywhere else?
In the secluded Combe of Allercombe I have seen a rare and distinctive Ring Ouzel, slightly smaller and slimmer than a Black-Bird, an unusual sight.
What have you eaten on Exmoor that you have not tried anywhere else?
Lambs tail pie, lambs sweet breads and when I was a young lad you could buy sheep’s brain for 2 bob.
One word that sums up your Exmoor?