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LIVE 24-SEVEN


CHRISTMAS AT THE LYGON ARMS


This charming 16th century Broadway coaching inn was a key connection between Wales, Worcester and London in Elizabethan times. Roaring open fireplaces allude to its roots


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dating back to the 1500’s, and the Great Hall with its vaulted ceiling and original wood panelling, is now the setting for the stunning Lygon Bar & Grill.


Broadway is popular throughout the year, but truly comes into its own during the Christmas season with lights decorating the village and that feeling of visiting somewhere rather special. At The Lygon Arms, you can celebrate the festive season in the very room that Oliver Cromwell stayed in the night before the Battle of Worcester in 1651.


It’s your perfect home away from home this Christmas and with several party packages to choose from, there’s something for everyone.


Enjoy one of their carefully curated three-night Christmas House Party packages this festive season from Tuesday 24th –Friday 27th December 2019, and let the attentive and friendly team take care of you…and the washing up!


Arriving on Christmas Eve, you’ll enjoy Afternoon Tea with mulled wine, a drinks reception with canapés before sitting to a set three course dinner with wines in the Bar & Grill. Wake up to a stunning breakfast on Christmas Day and take a stroll around the village or sit and relax before a drinks reception with canapés which is followed by a spectacular four course Christmas Lunch with wines in the Bar & Grill.


The foodie goodness doesn’t stop there, Christmas cocktails and canapés and a buffet dinner with wines rounds off a delicious Christmas Day. Boxing Day brings with it tradition, after a leisurely breakfast you can wave off the North Cotswold Hunt from the front door of the Lygon, the horses and their colourful riders adding to the atmosphere of the village. Cream Tea, a drinks


reception with canapés and a delicious dinner and entertainment, will ensure you sleep well.


Following breakfast on the 27th, checkout will be at 11am, but the team will happily store your bags whilst you browse the shops in the village. This popular three-night stay costs just £900 per night, based on two people sharing a classic room. (total stay £2700)


They also offer a three-night Christmas House Party with dining in Lygon Wine Bar at £855 per night, based on two people sharing a Classic Room as well as a three-night Terrace Room package at the same price.


FESTIVE TEA! For more than 600 years the Lygon Arms has been welcoming visitors and guests to enjoy the hospitality to include Oliver Cromwell, Charles 1, Elizabeth Taylor and Prince Philip. It’s now your turn to enjoy that hospitality and celebrate with friends, family or colleagues and indulge with a Christmas themed afternoon tea that includes delicious seasonal tasties at £30 per person. Available from 25th November – 24th December 2019.


Subject to availability. If you’re tasked with arranging the office Christmas party then let the Lygon Wine Bar take care of it! Enjoy an informal standing style setting with exclusive hire for 25 or more guests, a selection of tapas bites and one large glass of wine for just £20 per person. The Christmas celebrations start early though with Broadway Light Night Shopping Evenings which are completed with a hot toddy or hot chocolate in the Courtyard of the Lygon with blankets and stylish heaters to keep you cosy as you take in the star-filled sky. Of course, ensuring your relaxed and ready for the party season is also something the Lygon can help with thanks to their dedicated Spa with day packages from £145. Make this a festive season you’ll cherish for ever, thanks to The Lygon Arms…


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