Murder Mystery Breaks are a perfect way to forget about the world around you and enjoy some fun time trying to discover who was murdered, why and by whom!
In partnership with It’s Murder, Haughton Hall Hotel has teamed up with the UK’s best Murder Mystery Company to offer an unrivalled selection of plots and dates to bring out the detective in everyone attending.
Your stay commences on Friday and over the course of the weekend, you’ll get the chance to investigate some unusual happenings and try to identify a murderer. Your evening will commence at 7:30pm when you will gather in the Lounge Bar and meet your fellow guests. Who knows? There may have even been a murder! You will enjoy a three course sit down dinner served in a private function room with the evening concluding at 10:30pm.
After a good night sleep in the spacious rooms, you will enjoy a full English breakfast before the mystery continues with your chance to interrogate suspects. The fun resumes Saturday evening with a three course dinner concluding at 10:30pm.
Once you’ve had the chance to sleep on your clues, you’ll awake for breakfast Sunday morning and after you will meet in the function room where the murderer is identified - those with the most accurate clues win.
There will be plenty of time to enjoy the leisure facilities at the hotel with a swim or you can take the time to just relax in the Jacuzzi or sauna. Maybe you wish to be more active, you can enjoy a workout or even a game of FootGolf on the 9 hole course. Please note: Use of the FootGolf course or if you wish to book any spa treatments will occur an additional charge, please check on booking.
The minimum age is 18 years old. This break is available on selected Friday dates, subject to availability, throughout the year.
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