Seventh heaven for anyone with a sweet tooth! Spend time at the home of the Pudding Club, a magical hotel set in the heart of the charming Cotswold countryside in Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. This activity is pure heaven for all pudding-lovers.
Enjoy a three course traditional Sunday lunch served between 12.30pm and 2pm featuring a tempting selection of starters followed by delicious roast rib of Herefordshire beef and Yorkshire pudding, and then the highlight of your visit The Pudding Club buffet, a wonderful choice of traditional favourites like treacle sponge, jam roly poly, spotted dick or our world beating recipe for sticky toffee, these are served with lashings of custard. You are welcome to visit the buffet as many times as you wish, afterwards relax in the lounge by the fire or in the summer months in the garden with tea or coffee and homemade fudge. The rest of the afternoon is yours to enjoy, maybe a game of scrabble in the lounge or an energetic walk to Hidcote Manor gardens.
You can check into your bedroom from 3pm and enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep, followed by a fantastic English breakfast; depart from the hotel by 11am with a hardback copy of the pudding club recipe book ‘Great British Puddings’.
Please make the supplier aware of any dietary requirements on booking.
Minimum age for this overnight stay is 18 years. This experience is available on Sundays, throughout the year, excluding Mother's Day.
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