£595 for two persons staying in a classic double/twin room | 1 - 3 MAY 2020
Following last year’s fabulous celebrations for our 25th Anniversary, May’s Royal Reunion is a chance to get together with some of our regular guests for a weekend of live music, entertainment and fine dining. Begin the celebrations on Friday evening with an informal drinks and canapé reception hosted by William Bailey, followed by dinner in our acclaimed restaurant. The next morning, enjoy a tour around The Royal’s immaculately-tended grounds, including our herb garden and newly planted wildflower meadow, with Head Gardener Gary; then, take a sneak peek behind the scenes of our busy hotel with a Back of House tour conducted by Andrew Woodland, The Royal’s General Manager. After all this activity, relax with a legendary Afternoon Cream Tea, where you can indulge in freshly baked scones, homemade strawberry jam, clotted cream, and your choice of tea or cafetière coffee. Evening entertainment, after a three-course supper starring our guests’ best-loved dishes, includes live music on both Friday and Saturday nights, and all guests have the opportunity to choose a late check-out on Sunday 3rd, since we wouldn’t want you to have to rush off after such a special weekend!
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Offer is subject to availability. Price is based on 2 adults sharing a classic double room, supplements will apply for garden view, deluxe, premier and family rooms. Single rooms also available.
Following the latest government instruction, The Royal Hotel is temporarily closed.
We have been inundated with enquiries and have been working hard to systematically respond to guests with bookings closest to this date.
Bookings can be made for stays starting from the 19th June 2020 via our website ONLY.
For all urgent enquiries, please email [email protected].
Phone lines will not be monitored. Our staff are now in self-isolation and cannot be responding to any further phone-calls. We will endeavour to respond to your queries as soon as possible
We are truly sorry for this inconvenience and I hope you understand that we are doing our very best in these challenging circumstances.
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