Celebrate Christmas with your colleagues, clients or group this December with a limited edition, Festive Afternoon Tea at Raby Castle.
This special event will be a celebration of all things sweet and festive and will take place in the magnificent setting of Raby Castle’s Grand Entrance Hall.
The Hall will be transformed with beautifully decorated Christmas trees, grown on the Raby Estate, and there will be a roaring log fire.
Crisp, white tablecloths, seasonal table decorations and candlelight will also help to ensure this is a truly indulgent treat.
You will be served three tiers of seasonal delights which will include a selection of sandwiches, homemade cakes, scones and cream with freshly brewed tea.
Why not add extra sparkle to your celebration by ordering a glass or bottle of Prosecco? This was an extremely popular event last year so early booking is advised.
Our events team is on hand to make sure you have an afternoon to remember, whether you are booking a table with clients, inviting your team or bringing the whole office to the Castle.
To discuss date(s), numbers and requirements please call us on 01833 660202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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