Saturday 19th October 2019
The Winchester Royal Hotel
† This price is based on two people sharing a standard double or twin bedroom
†† These prices are based on two people sharing each room and a two night stay only includes dinner on the night of the event.
This event is a murder mystery evening. The murder mystery will start at 7.30pm and finish around 11pm.
This package includes the dinner and murder mystery and you can optionally add a 1 or 2 night stay including breakfast so that you can you use the hotel facilities and/or visit the local sights.
The Winchester Royal Hotel is a hidden gem within the heart of the city, with a historical aura and many stories to tell.
Over the years this charming 16th Century hotel has gained a fine reputation, offering comfort and service with a warm friendly smile. It has also recently been refurbished, bringing it up to 4 star standard. The award winning Conservatory Restaurant has a fine local reputation for superb food and service, and offers an extensive a la carte menu together with an excellent and imaginative wine list. The hotel boasts landscaped walled gardens providing a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.
There is a secure onsite carpark for patrons and residents only, which has a small fee of £8 during the day and £10 overnight. There are limited spaces available and they are subject to availability.
For more information about the hotel please visit their web site
Originally built in the 16th Century as a private house, The Winchester Royal has been over the years a Bishop's residence, a convent and since 1870 a fine hotel.
Residing in the ancient loft is the ghost of a young maid who on occasion can be seen hanging from the beams. She has been seen by many staff and a local medium told us the harrowing tale of a young maid who was so abused by the master of the house she felt her only option was to end her sad and lonely life. The same medium picked up on a more malevolent spirit who he assumed was the 'old master' of the house. The story he began to tell was so terrifying the duty manager he was with asked him to stop...