Type: Evening Event
Dress code: 1920's Style Outfits
It is 1929 and Harry Grimshaw is a self - made millionaire and very successful business man. But this weekend we learn that Wall Street has crashed and Harry could end up being destitute. It’s at times like this that you learn who your friends really are – and your enemies.
Murder 57 Ltd have teamed up with UK Breakaways to bring you a murder mystery breaks at the New Loretta Hotel in Llandudno. The breaks include overnight accommodation, evening meal, murderous entertainment plus breakfast the following morning.
The New Loretta Hotel is an intimate 75-bedroom hotel full of character and charm, providing an ideal base for exploring the scenic local area. The New Loretta Hotel is situated on a quiet avenue close to the shops and promenade. Set in a period building with contemporary décor, this hotel assures guests of a welcoming and comfortable stay with plenty to see and do nearby. Guests also get the bonus of using the sister hotels swimming pool.
The hotel has 75 rooms featuring a comfy bed, television & DVD player, en suite and tea and coffee making facilities as standard, with additional amenities in higher graded rooms.View Details
"Had a brilliant evening, great acting, especially the actress who played Gemima who was on our table, she was a very convincing…"(Based on 1 Reviews)
"Absolutely brilliant and fun night! Kept us guessing and entertained all night with great and realistic characters! Would…"(Based on 1 Reviews)
"Great night. Very entertaining. I would highly recommend it. It would be great going as a big group. Fantastic value for…"(Based on 4 Reviews)
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