With Christmas fast approaching, it is the perfect time to be thinking about the best ways to celebrate the holidays this year! At the Bull Hotel we have been busy organising loads of incredible events so you can celebrate this festive season in style. Whether you want to relax with the family, or keep the celebrations going after Christmas with friends and loved ones, we have something for everyone.
Our Festive Lunches and Dinners are ideal for people who want to celebrate with friends, family or work colleagues, but are finding it difficult to fit everything in. From just £17.95 per person you can indulge in Traditional Roast Breast of English Turkey with all the trimmings, or try something a bit different with a Spinach and Feta Strudel. Available Monday to Saturday throughout December in the Beeches Restaurant, it is the perfect way to enjoy the festive season with your loved ones!
Perhaps this Christmas you would rather be spending time celebrating with your family than spending hours in the kitchen? Book in for our Christmas Day Buffet Lunch at The Bull, as spaces are filling up fast! Enjoy a glass of Buck’s Fizz in the historical Jack Shrimpton Bar, followed by a delicious 3 course buffet lunch for just £82 per person. There will also be a free surprise gift from Santa for every child, so we are sure it will be a day all the family will love! If you are looking to spend a traditional Christmas at home, then why not leave the washing up and wrapping paper behind and join us for Boxing Day? For just £41.50 per person, you can feast on a delicious 3 course carvery lunch in the Beeches Restaurant, accompanied by a glass of sparkling wine.
Keep the celebrations going even after Christmas and join us for our Traditional Sunday Lunch with Jazz on Sunday 27th November. You can enjoy some fantastic live Jazz by the Nigel Fox Trio between 12.30pm and 3pm. With Sunday Lunch starting from just £14.95 per person and all children under 4 can eat completely free, it is the perfect way to keep that festive feeling for a little bit longer!
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