Back again for 2015 due to popular demand! Cocktails and canapés on arrival, 3 course dinner with coffee and local fudge and Murder Mystery Act and now with a Disco until 1am!
Why not make a night of it?
Only £182 for 2 guests in a double room with tickets to the Murder Mystery and Breakfast the next morning. Includes access to the leisure club and swimming pool throughout your stay.
Friday 28th August 2015 SOLD OUT
Friday 13th November 2015
£36.50 per person
For bedroom bookings please call 01934 834 343 option 1 (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm)
TERMS AND CONDITONS
Residential Packages for these events are available. Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply. Advance purchase, fully prepaid upon booking and non-refundable or transferable.
The year is 1937. The Rt. Hon Daphne Ramsbottom is to be married. She is head over heels in love with the dashing Mr Stanton Drew, an English artist who was making his living in Paris when she met him when she was on her Grand tour of Europe.
It will be the society wedding of the year.
Her parents Colonel (Retired) Sir Joseph Ramsbottom the ex Governor of Bombay and his wife Lady Helen Ramsbottom, have devoted a lot of time and effort to make sure that everything is ready.
The Guests are now starting to gather and the presents are piling up nicely.
Surely this is going to be a wonderful occasion, what could possibly go wrong?
It will transpire that on the face of it, the Bride appears to be the only person without a hidden agenda.
Appearances though, can sometimes be very deceiving.
It is 1941. Whilst the might of the German army wages war across Europe, British intelligence is hard at work to develop a weapon that will aid the invasion by sea onto the beaches of France. Many prototypes have been tried but most have failed miserably. Now it is the turn of The Great Panjandrum and such is the interest in this machine of destruction that Churchill himself is going to witness the tests.
An advance party from army intelligence is in the Town making sure that all is ready.
However at a time when the whole world is at War you can never be too sure who your friend is and who is your deadly enemy.
Unfortunately for some people tonight, by the time they have worked out the dilemma…..
They will already be dead!