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Mother’s Day – Sunday 26th March 2017
BEST WESTERN The George Hotel, Bird Street
Tel : +44 01543 414822
Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate, to say thank you for being such a great Mum and to recognise that a special lady deserves a treat!
Choose the restaurant for a traditional three course carvery lunch where you can enjoy a selection of your favourite roasts and Chef’s specials.
£19.95 per person, £11.95 per child (under 12) includes a gift for Mum. Bookings between 12 and 3pm.
Afternoon Tea in The Garrick Suite
Includes a pot of tea, assorted finger sandwiches and a selection of pastries and cakes, plus a gift for Mum. Bookings between 12:30pm and 4pm.
Traditional Afternoon Tea: £15
Celebration Afternoon Tea with a glass of prosecco: £18
G and Afternoon Tea with a gin & tonic: £20
Children under 5 are free.
The Charter Room
If you are a family party of 16 - 20 guests, you can also enjoy a private three course meal served in our Charter Room for £25 per person. Children 12 and under: £11.95.
To book please call us on 01543 414822 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
From A38 take the A5206 from the Island. Go over 2 sets of traffic lights. At small roundabout turn right. Where the road bends left into beacon Street turn right, signposted public car park. As you enter the car park turn right and the hotel car park is on the right.
By Public Transport
Lichfield City railway and bus stations are just a 5 minute walk from The George hotel.
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