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Murder Mystery Dinner - Saturday 24th June 2017


Woodlands Park Hotel
Stoke D'Abernon, Surrey

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Event Type: Dinner  Event Type Info
Plot: A Slice of Life
£57.50 per person - Dinner  Dinner Price Info
£132.50 per person - Dinner & 1 Night Stay 1 Night Price Info
£197.50 per person - Dinner & 2 Night Stay  2 Night Price Info

Single Room supplements apply (£55 per person if staying 1 night or £115 if staying 2 nights)
The second night of a 2 night stay is on a bed and breakfast basis
Only a few places left
call 03300 882 851 to book


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This event is a murder mystery evening. The murder mystery lasts over the course of the dinner and you can choose between attending just the dinner or staying over and making a weekend of it (click on the "Plot Details" tab above for information about the story).

For more details about how our evening events work see the Evening FAQ page

About the hotel:
Built in 1885, Woodlands Park provides a stylish retreat retaining much of its Victorian grandeur. Oak panelled rooms and numerous antiques take visitors back to an age of style and sophistication.

The hotel has a reputation for excellent and imaginative cuisine and fine wines. The Oak Room has one AA rosette in recognition of its quality. For a more relaxed and informal setting, but equally as indulgent the hotel has a Brasserie offering contemporary food.

A range of elegant bedrooms offer a combination of traditional and modern luxuries, including plasma screen TVs and DVD players, perfect for pure indulgence and relaxation.

For more information about the hotel and photos click on the "Hotel Info" tab above.
This event is a murder mystery evening. The murder mystery lasts over the course of the dinner and you can choose between attending just the dinner or staying over and making a weekend of it (click on the "Plot Details" tab above for information about the story).

For more details about how our evening events work see the Evening FAQ page

About the hotel:
Built in 1885, Woodlands Park provides a stylish retreat retaining much of its Victorian grandeur. Oak panelled rooms and numerous antiques take visitors back to an age of style and sophistication.

The hotel has a reputation for excellent and imaginative cuisine and fine wines. The Oak Room has one AA rosette in recognition of its quality. For a more relaxed and informal setting, but equally as indulgent the hotel has a Brasserie offering contemporary food.

A range of elegant bedrooms offer a combination of traditional and modern luxuries, including plasma screen TVs and DVD players, perfect for pure indulgence and relaxation.

For more information about the hotel and photos click on the "Hotel Info" tab above.
A Slice of Life
A Slice of Life 

Allberry Silverware have been manufacturing quality cutlery for ninety years, and to celebrate this milestone they have organised a party for staff and valued customers. Whilst some are excited by the prospect of a 1920s party, others have questioned the need for such extravagance in economically uncertain times. And a few have pointed out that the pomp and ceremony of the event might be successfully distracting attention from the recent controversial management restructuring. Quite a coincidence...

Woodlands Park Hotel

Woodlands Lane, Stoke D'Abernon, COBHAM, Surrey KT11 3QB
Tel: 0845 072 7581     Please note the venue will not be able to help with bookings for this event.

For more information about the hotel please visit their web site

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Built in 1885, Woodlands Park provides a stylish retreat retaining much of its Victorian grandeur. Oak panelled rooms and numerous antiques take visitors back to an age of style and sophistication.

The hotel has a reputation for excellent and imaginative cuisine and fine wines. The Oak Room has one AA rosette in recognition of its quality. For a more relaxed and informal setting, but equally as indulgent the hotel has a Brasserie offering contemporary food.

A range of elegant bedrooms offer a combination of traditional and modern luxuries, including plasma screen TVs and DVD players, perfect for pure indulgence and relaxation.
Built in 1885, Woodlands Park provides a stylish retreat retaining much of its Victorian grandeur. Oak panelled rooms and numerous antiques take visitors back to an age of style and sophistication.

The hotel has a reputation for excellent and imaginative cuisine and fine wines. The Oak Room has one AA rosette in recognition of its quality. For a more relaxed and informal setting, but equally as indulgent the hotel has a Brasserie offering contemporary food.

A range of elegant bedrooms offer a combination of traditional and modern luxuries, including plasma screen TVs and DVD players, perfect for pure indulgence and relaxation.
Woodlands Park House was designed by Rowland Plumbe, RA, in 1885 for Mr F.C. Bryant, the son of the founder of the match company, Bryant and May. Plumbe was commissioned "with a free hand, unfettered in the slightest degree by economical considerations" to design a mansion in the Gothic Style. The most modern innovations were incorporated and Woodlands Park became one of the first country houses with electric light, renowned for the grandeur of its oak panelled Grand Hall.

Set in the centre of private farmland, gardens and lawns were laid originally stretching down to the River Mole. The house became a centre for Edwardian Society in Surrey, with regular weekend house parties and lavish dinners, which were hosted by the Bryant family.

The then Prince of Wales, who became King Edward VII, was a regular visitor, with his famous friend, the actress Lillie Langtry, who was also a friend of Oscar Wilde.

However, in 1897, a Mr W. Benson, a Bond Street jeweller, bought Woodlands Park , who in turn sold the house to Lieutenant Eustratio Ralli, in 1911. Both families improved the house, particularly by adding ornate fireplaces in the Ground Floor Rooms and also erecting the dramatic marble fireplace in the Grand Hall.

The Ralli Family left the house after the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and Woodlands Park became a luxury hotel with terms from four guineas per week.

During the Second World War, Middlesex County Council purchased the house and converted it to a home for the elderly. This use continued until 1975, when the house was used as a residential educational centre.

Following extensive alterations, the house was re-opened as a hotel in April 1981.

In 1988, the hotel closed for a short time for modernisation, which is when the Prince of Wales Suite and additional bedrooms were added.

Woodlands Park has been managed by several hotel groups, but it is now owned by Hand Picked Hotels, who have just finished the process of refurbishing all the 57 bedrooms and suites.
Tennis
A Tennis court is on the hotel grounds and open for guest use

Croquet
When summer arrives and the temperature starts to rise, this is an ideal place to worship the Sun and enjoy a game of croquet.
The facilities available in each bedroom include:

* Plasma TV
* DVD player
* Broadband
* Telephone
* Iron with ironing board
* Kettle with selection of hot beverages
* Bottled water
* In room safe
* Padded coat hangers
The following attractions are all nearby:

* Chessington World of Adventure
* Painshill Park
* Bocketts Farm
* Denbies Vineyard
* Polesden Lacey
* Hampton Court Palace
* Kew Gardens
* Wisley Gardens
* Pachesham Golf Course
* Leatherhead Golf Course
* Grass Liveries Horse Riding School - Surrey
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Hotel Exterior
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Garden
Garden
  
Great Hall
Great Hall
  
 
Bedroom
Bedroom
  
Bar open: 7:00pm
Murder mystery start: 7:30pm
Dinner served: 8:00pm
End time: 11:00pm (approximately)

If you are staying overnight you can check in from 2:00pm on your day of arrival and check out by 10:30am on your day of departure.

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