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Events/Summer Jazz Evening

Friday 12th July 2013

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Richard Busiekiewicz Trio featuring Cate Cody on vocals and John Day on double bass

An evening with Richard Busiekiewicz on piano, Cate Cody on vocals and John Day on double bass bringing you a wonderful section of jazz music from the Great American Songbook for this summer weekend. They will play during the sparkling wine and canapé reception and then come through with you to the award winning Mary Beale Restaurant and play throughout dinner.


Gazpacho soup
Basil oil and micro basil leaf

Shetland salmon
Wrapped in Parma ham, crushed new potatoes, baby vegetables, beurre rouge

Sorbet tian, mango, strawberry, orange, vanilla syrup, meringue

Cheese board per table
Sharpham Elmhurst, Farmhouse Cheddar, Perl las, Homemade chutney, celery,
Carrs water biscuits

Paddy and Scott’s coffee or Twinings loose-leaf tea with homemade chocolates

Served with artisan bread and un-salted butter

Sparkling wine and canapé reception on the terrace (weather permitting) at 7.30pm. Four course dinner and live jazz during dinner.

Price: £51.00 per person. Table wines extra. Payable on booking.

Dress code: Lounge suit.

Please advise any dietary requests when booking.

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Privileged accommodation rates apply – please see below.

View our Special Events for 2013:

Fri 22nd Nov Concert Dinner
Sun 15th Dec Christmas Concert Dinner

Please click here to download the complete Special Events 2013 brochure

Accommodation 2013:

Privileged accommodation room rates for special events 2013:

(a) Classic single £95 Bed & Breakfast
(b) Classic double/twin £115 Bed & Breakfast
(c) Executive double/twin £125 Bed & Breakfast
(d) Luxury Double/twin £145 Bed & Breakfast

Executive bedrooms in the hotel are larger in size and Luxury bedrooms are even larger, set a little distance from the hotel in the gorgeous grounds.

All our bedrooms are individually named and decorated with stunning views over either the Beale Arboretum, the formal gardens of the hotel, or the wider open spaces of the Enfield Chace.