Dress code: Christmas Party Wear
It is Christmas in 1899 and the Prime Minister, Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, is hosting a lavish party. Spirits are high at the turn of the century, commerce and politics are doing well. It is also 7 years since the infamous Jack the Ripper was last active. But is everyone who they say they are? And has the Ripper really finished his work?
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The Makeney Hall Hotel is an attractive 4 Star hotel perfect for Murder Mystery breaks. This beautiful Victorian hotel has stunning manicured gardens along with striking views of the Derbyshire.
Guest bedrooms at the Makeney Hall 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 whilst the murder mystery takes place in one of the hotels elegant function rooms. Murder Mystery guests can spend a lazy afternoon relaxing at the hotel or why not take a scenic drive into the Peak District with top attractions such as the spectacular Chatsworth House Hotel not far away.View Details
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