Dastardly deeds at Cadbury House

A night of whodunit awaits wannabe detectives at the South West’s leading four-star hotel where super sleuths will be able to test their powers of deduction

Taking place at Cadbury House in Congresbury on Friday 29 April, guests to the gothic-styled venue will be transported back to 1937 when the popular destination hotel was better known as Mopton Brayside Public School which is holding its Grand Dinner at the end of another fine academic year.

However, this year has been slightly different with the sudden and unexpected death of the Deputy Head, Mr James Crabtree, the Maths Master.

The school called the police and the subsequent post-mortem carried out on Crabtree’s body revealed a shocking discovery.

While everyone had assumed the old man had fallen down the stairs and struck his head on the radiator, the grisly truth was that poor old Crabtree was dead before he had hit the first step, brutally stabbed at close range in the temple with a stiletto knife!

Claire Jones, sales manager at Cadbury House said: “The live-action murder mystery nights are really popular with guests. They’re incredibly immersive, and everyone really gets fully engaged with the actors.

“Add into the mix the gabled exterior its gothic look makes Cadbury House one of the most atmospheric venues for these particular events.

“In the past, a lot of guests also get dressed up, which adds further to the night’s entertainment and it’s great to see everyone getting so involved as the drama unfolds.

“Anyone who comes 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.”

Tickets cost £39 per person and include a three-course dinner with coffee and Disco until 1am.

For further information please see our Murder Mystery page or call 01934 83434.

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