Type: Evening Event
Dress code: 1940's Style Outfits
Vanessa Tobin lost her husband Gary during the war, but it is now 1945 and the war is finally over. Has she really found true love in dashing hero Captain Sam Hill? We have all been invited to the wedding reception to celebrate with her but who may be jealous of this match and who has been telling terrible lies?
The Southcrest Manor Hotel is a beautiful former manor house. The 3 Star hotel steeped in history and perfect for Murder Mystery breaks. The hotel is set in 10 acres of beautiful private lawns and offers a perfect rural retreat situated 4 miles from Redditch Town Centre.
Guest bedrooms at the Southcrest Manor hotel are tastefully decorated and some rooms offer garden views. All rooms include an en-suite bathroom, flat-screen TV with Freeview, Free WiFi and tea and coffee facilities, a perfect retreat after an action-packed murder mystery evening.
Guests will receive a delicious 3 course evening meal plus tea and coffee whilst the murder mystery takes place in one of the hotels elegant function rooms. Murder Mystery guests can spend a lazy afternoon with a tea or coffee and read the newspaper in the lounge bar or if you fancy some beauty therapy then why not book yourself a pamper treatment in the Health & Beauty Club or relax in the brand new Hydrotherapy hot tub.View Details
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