Satisfy your sweet tooth and treat your taste buds with this incredible Overnight Stay, Meal and Pudding Club Extravaganza for Two experience.
If you like the quirky things in life, you’ll love staying at Three Ways House in the Cotwolds - home of the world famous Pudding Club.
Guests at Pudding Club meetings enjoy a whole evening’s entertainment, starting with an introduction from the Pudding Master through to a light main course and followed by the mouth-watering ‘Parade of Seven Puddings’. You will sample seven different scrumptious puddings before casting your votes to decide which pudding takes the prestigious ‘Pudding of the Night’ award.
This is an informal yet fun-filled evening and you will join in with other guests for this unique occasion. During your stay you will receive a Pudding Club teddy bear and a copy of the Great British Puddings recipe book, and each of you will receive a family size pudding to take away and enjoy later at home.
Your evening's accommodation is a choice of a double or twin room with either a bath or shower and includes an English breakfast. Special dietary requirements can be catered for, please ask for details when booking. Additional nights at the hotel can be arranged.
Please make the supplier aware of any dietary requirements on booking. No qualifications or experience are required. The minimum age is 14 years. This experience is available on selected Friday dates and limited Saturdays, throughout the year.
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