It is an extraordinary place to visit not just for the Quince so I do recommend you visit if you get the chance. There is also an amazing orchard with over sixty unique varieties of apples and lots more to see. I love the spaces designed to sit and completely relax or pray or meditate whatever takes your fancy! Here is a link to the website for more information:
Quince Jelly Recipe
Quince Jelly is easy to make. You keep the skin on the quince but remove the core with the seeds and any bad bits. Then simply dice and place in a large saucepan with water and boil the quince until soft.
Strain the water and place the remaining pulp in a muslin cloth over a large container and allow to drain overnight. Next day you may have to gently squeeze the cloth to get as much juice from the cloth as possible.
Place the jelly in a flat tin and allow to set in a fridge for at least 12 hours. It has a full solid texture and exquisite taste.