Type: Evening Event
Dress code: 1920's Style Outfits
It’s 1911 and sisters, Joy and Joan are celebrating their birthdays with a joint party! They may be sharing a party, but the sisters couldn’t be less alike. Joy has a special announcement to make this evening, while Joan is hoping to use the party to recruit new members to the local women’s union. The sisters disagree on just about everything but surely, they’ll be there for each other when it matters. After all, blood runs thicker than water…
The Best Western Clifton Hotel, Folkestone is a traditional 3 Star Victorian style hotel dating back to 1864, situated in the centre of the famous Leas and offering spectacular views of the English Channel.
The hotel boasts 80 bedrooms all with sea views, looking across the impressive English Channel. All rooms include private bathroom, TV, radio, data points, direct dial telephone and tea/coffee making 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 traditional function rooms. Murder Mystery guests can relax and unwind in the Lease Lounge, overlooking the English Channel, or in Summer on the Terrace, where you can enjoy a light snack or refreshments.
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