New Year Breaks 2016 Fr £300pp
Appleby Manor offers a specially tailored 2 night break where we will offer you not only a wonderful atmosphere but also exquisite award winning cuisine. If you are spending Christmas looking after family and friends why not give yourself a special treat and come and relax with us to enjoy a few days of no cooking or washing up! Take advantage of the Garden spa at the manor with UNLIMITED FREE use of the aqua thermal journey for every booking.
Arrive in time for a delicious mince pie and a glass of port or sherry before going to your room to prepare for the celebrations that lie ahead.
Before dinner enjoy a champagne and canapé reception hosted by the owners of the Hotel, Mike and Angela Dunbobbin before taking your seat in our beautifully decorated restaurant where the tables are dressed with festive novelties and gold and silver balloons.
A seven course dinner will be served followed by dancing until midnight to our resident DJ with a glass of bubbly to bring in the New Year.
Awake to a late, leisurely Brunch served from 9am until 11.00am and then spend the day at your leisure either sitting in front of our roaring log fires relaxing time in the spa or enjoy a 2 hour guided walk around historic Appleby with our blue badge guide. Come back in the afternoon to a delicious Cream Tea served between 2pm and 4pm before retiring to your room to get ready for the superb meal this evening. Dinner will be served between 7pm and 9pm, don’t forget to book a table and as we have a full house, times will be approximate but we will get you seated as soon as we can.
We bid you a fond farewell after breakfast or if you can’t tear yourself away why not take advantage of our special rates available throughout January and stay an extra 1 or 2 nights.
The hotel reserves the right to change the above itinerary without prior notice.
Our Gala Dinner is also open for non-residents and is available at £69 per person which includes our seven course gala dinner and dancing until midnight with a glass of bubbly to bring in the New Year.