LOCAL AND SUSTAINABLE AT THE HOTEL OF BEES
OUR CART PAUSES SO THE LAST OF A FOURSOME CAN tee off. Considering that we’re in head to toe protective suits, you might think at first glance that we were on our way to a radioactive spill, which could definitely throw your golf game off. But the guests probably recognize it as beekeeping gear, because that’s what this hotel is known for. Bees.
We bounce along the hilly ground until we reach the far side of a water hazard near the 17th hole. Sean Patrick Curry, the hotel’s head chef, steps out, lumbering like an astronaut in the suit to one of almost a dozen bee hives lined up along here. Using a putty knife, he breaks off a bit of the beewax and pulls out one comb, swarming with honeybees…click for full article