Murderous Goings-On At Cadbury House This Festive Season

Super sleuths wanting to put their powers of deduction to the test this Christmas should make their way to the South West’s leading four-star hotel where the most taxing of murder mystery nights awaits!


Taking place at Cadbury House in Congresbury on Wednesday 8 and 15 December, guests to the gothic-styled venue will be transported back to Christmas 1957, a time when Cadbury House was known as St David’s School where a certain Mr Uffton Harlecombe had just left the December meeting of the Board of Governors.

However, there was very little ‘Christmas cheer’ at this particular meeting where Harlecombe had left no one in any doubt that crossing him was not a smart career move.

But it seemed Harlecombe had made a massive misjudgement and that one person was going to make this a Christmas everyone would want to forget in the case of Santa’s Claws!

Mehment Kandemir, general manager at Cadbury House said: “Murder mystery nights have become hugely popular in recent years made all the better by the people who take part and the setting in which they are held.

“Cadbury House, with its gabled exterior and the gothic look just can’t be beaten for atmosphere for these particular events.

“It’s great to see everyone getting so involved as the drama unfolds. Super sleuths who come along will be in for a fantastic night of detective work, while enjoying the ambience and atmosphere of the 19 Century house as well as a delicious three-course meal.

“I’d strongly recommend to anyone who wants to come to book soon as this event is set to prove very popular and will most certainly be a night to remember.”

Taking place on Wednesday 8th & Wednesday 15th December 2021 cost is £39.95 per person. The price includes a three-course set menu with coffee and mince pies (vegetarian & vegan option must be pre-ordered). Disco until 1.00am.

To reserve a place please call 01934 83 43 43 (option 1) between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, email or visit

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