Monday 23 February 2015

Snowy Sunday at Ringwood Hall Hotel's Wedding Showcase

A very big thank you to all those bridal couples and family members who braved the freezing weather and afternoon snow on Sundays wedding showcase at Ringwood Hall.

At least it was wonderfully warm inside, and we hope that your visit was well worth coming out in the cold.

We look forward to next month's event on Sunday March 8th between 2-5pm with free admission and parking. View our fabulous licensed suites set for civil ceremonies and wedding breakfasts as wellas our superb feature bedrooms and four posters.

Mothers Day Lunch

On Sunday 15th March. Enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch with our Pianist playing gentle tunes, face painting for the children & a family photograph.

Adults £24.50 , children £10.50, With under 3`s complimentary.

Always a popular event – early booking recommended.

Murder Mystery Dinner

An evening of foul play on Friday 3rd April. Murder is not a laughing matter but this Murder Mystery is full of fun and banter……humorous plots with twists and turns along the way.

All tickets £29.50 for the performance and three course dinner with coffee and mints.

60`s & 70`s Disco Party Night

Friday 10th April. Enjoy a three course meal with 60`s & 70`s music and movie clips, a touch of `fun magic` and `comedy`

Tickets only £19.50

Call Sara Baker on 01246 280077 for reservations today

Tuesday 10 February 2015

Valentines at Ringwood Hall Hotel

Did you know there was a church of St Valentine built on the Flaminian Way at Rome in the 4th century. 

This was said to acknowledge the original saint. The Christian bishop martyred by the Romans at Terni on February 14th is probably a doublet of the first St. Valentine, but they both have the same feast day. The latter`s (and presumably the former`s) outstanding virtue was chastity.

However, both St. Valentine legends have nothing to do with the beginnings of the traditional customs. Some of the origins of this day as a celebration go back to the eve of the ancient Roman festival of youth “Lupercalia”, when a lottery was held to choose sweethearts.

It used to be the fashion for young girls to place bay leaves under their pillows In the hope of dreaming of their future husbands. Just another of the many romantic customs that emanate from St Valentines Day.

Here at Ringwood Hall Hotel we like to think we are setting some traditions of our own. We don`t expect you to be a saint, but we do expect you to enjoy a Valentine`s event.

We have very limited availability on Saturday 14th, but for the Murder Mystery Dinner on Friday 13th we have spaces, plus  space on Sunday lunch with a Valentines theme on the 15th.

Wherever you enjoy your Valentines event, we look forward to seeing you on Sunday 22nd February at our next Wedding Showcase, with free admission and parking between 2-5pm.

Oh and bring your Valentine of course.

Call Sara on 01246 280077 for our Valentine weekend events today!!