Type: Evening Event
Dress code: Wedding Outfits
Mary Langford has been widowed twice, but they were both long and very happy marriages. So you’d think she’d be content with her memories. Sir Robert Langford OBE, her second husband, was CEO of the British and Commonwealth Petroleum company and left Mary a huge fortune. So why is she getting married a third time? And to a man young enough to be her son! At least it has the blessing of her daughter, Jemimah. Or does it?
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The 3 Star Mercure Hatfield Oak Hotel is very accessible and situated just off the M25. The hotel is 2.5 miles from Hatfield House (Historic Mansion) and 6 miles from Verulamium Park, which features a museum about Roman Life.
Guest bedrooms at the Mercure Hatfield Oak Hotel are tastefully decorated and include en-suite bathrooms, Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen TVs and desks making 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 modern function rooms. Murdery Mystery guests can use their free time to explore the fascinating town of Hatfield, or take the train and explore England's capital for a spot of shopping, sightseeing or culture.View Details
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