Celebrate with us the traditional Burns Night Dinner.
One of the highlights of the year, our Burns night is an authentic celebration of all that is best from north of the border. Our piper addresses the haggis with the famous poem by Robert Burns, recited in the Gaelic.
Reception at 7.30pm with sparkling wine and canapés in the John Evelyn Room, piping into dinner in the Mary Beale Restaurant, four course dinner, coffee and tea, recital of Address to a Haggis by Robert Burns, and a dram of Scotch whisky.
Price: £55.00 per person – payable on booking
Includes: Sparkling wine and canapé reception at 7.30pm (before piping into dinner in the Mary Beale Restaurant, by our resident piper, Peter Purvis) – Four course dinner and a dram of Scotch whiskey (table wines extra).
Dress code: Black tie or Kilt.
Please advise any dietary requests when booking.
Privileged accommodation rates apply – please see below.
|Fri 23rd Jan||Burns Night|
|Fri 13th & Sat 14th Feb||Valentine's Evening|
|Sun 22nd Feb||Open Day for Weddings and Banqueting|
|Sun 15th Mar||Mother's Day|
|Fri 20th Mar||Concert Dinner|
|Sun 5th Apr||Easter Sunday|
Wed 6th May
|Arboretum Tour and Lunch or Afternoon Tea|
|Sun 17th May||Garden Open Day 2-5pm|
|Sun 21st Jun||Father's Day Lunch|
|Sat 27th Jun
||Beekeeping Experience Day|
|Fri 14th Aug||Concert Dinner|
|Fri 18th Sep||Hertfordshire Food & Wine Evening|
|Fri 16th Oct||Concert Dinner|
|Sun 25th Oct||Garden Open Day – 1-4pm|
|Fri 30th Oct||Murder Mystery Evening|
|Sat 7th Nov||Bonfire Night Dinner & Dance|
|Sun 13th Dec||Christmas Concert Dinner|
Privileged accommodation room rates for special events 2015:
(a) Classic single £105 Bed & Breakfast
(b) Classic double/twin £125 Bed & Breakfast
(c) Executive double/twin £135 Bed & Breakfast
(d) Luxury Double/twin £155 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.