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MIDSUMMER CHAMPAGNE GOURMET DINNER
Midsummer sees the return on our hedonistic gourmet dinner for Champagne lovers. Champagne Palmer Rosé and canapés on arrival at 7.15 pm and then through to the ballroom for a fabulous gourmet dinner with each course matched to a different style of Champagne from different houses -vintage, non-vintage, rosé and demi-sec. This very sociable evening is hosted by Stuart, our Operations Manager and Simon Partridge provides elegant background vocals from the classic Jazz Age of the 20s and 30s. Tickets are priced at £110.00 per person and include the Champagne reception, a fabulous six course gourmet dinner with all accompanying wines, coffee and petit fours and some great music.
Two miles south of Lichfield on the A38. The A5 interchange is less than a mile away and leads east to the M42 and west to the M6.
We do not have a street name, so if your system does not work by postcode, please enter "The Drive" as this is the road adjacent to our entrance.
By Public Transport
Both Lichfield City and Lichfield Trent Valley train stations are only 2 miles from the hotel.
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