Type: Evening Event
Dress code: Standard Party Wear
Abigail and James have split – and Abigail is celebrating escaping James’ grip with a huge party, to which you are invited. It might seem spiteful, but in the light of Abigail’s recounts of James being a demanding, controlling and abusive husband, supporting her getting over him is what a good friend should do, right? However, when James turns up pleading for Abigail to take him back, telling her that he still loves her, and quite clearly demonstrating his ability to take care of her, what with all that money, the party doesn’t end up going exactly to plan.
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The Elmbank Hotel is a unique 19th Centrury Mansion with a rich history, decorated in Boutique Art Nouveau style, is a 3 Star Hotel perfect for Murder Mystery breaks. The hotel is situated in the heart of the Historic City of York overlooking the Knavesmire Strays.
Guest bedrooms at the Elmbank Hotel are unique and each individually designed. All rooms include an en-suite bathroom, 32 inch TV, complimentary WiFi and tea and coffee making facilities.
Guests will recieve a delicious 3 course evening meal whilst the murder mystery takes place in one of the hotels elegant function rooms. Take your time and explore the hotel which was redesigned by Mackintosh contemporary, George Walton, the Elmbank is home to one of the finest and most complete Art Nouveau collections in the UK.View Details
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