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Wivenhoe House Hotel

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We look forward to welcoming all our guests for the High tea at the House today

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The Truth will out

The story
You are invited to attend the reading of Lord Bertie Fortescue’s will. A variety of guests are gathered to see what they have been left to what extent will someone go to secure their inheritance? Dastardly deeds are afoot and the tone is set for an evening of lighthearted skullduggery. 

caramelised figs, Parma ham, charred watermelon, mozzarella and baby cress

lighlty spiced and roasted chicken breast, fondant potatoes and braised red cabbage
wild mushroom risotto with mushroom foam, Parmasan crisp and white truffle oil

pumpkin pie, pumpkin gel and burnt Earl Grey meringue 

Tickets including three course meal: £39.95pp.

How to purchase tickets:
Tickets are available via Wivenhoe House reception:

Phone: 01206 863666

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Christmas is a special time of year for intimate family occasions, in addition to catching up and celebrating with colleagues. Let us take the stress out of your planning this year, while you sit back and relax in four star luxury.

The award winning brasserie at Wivenhoe House will be open throughout December offering a delicious three course menu for your festive celebrations. The only exceptions will be Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Eve for which our expert chefs have prepared some extra special menus to truly treat your taste buds.

For Christmas party celebrations for larger groups, you can choose a celebration in our restaurant or a private function with a choice of DJ or live music in addition to a delicious three course menu.

To truly take the pressure off during the festive period, why not consider one of our Christmas or New Year two night break offers.

Don't forget to book a table for our renowned festive afternoon tea, available througout December.

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Friday 20 November

Enjoy a wine tour of Italy including a five course dinner with Wivenhoe House’s renowned sommelier, Lionel Lachasseigne (former Head Sommelier at the prestigious Simpson’s-In-The-Strand).

This fantastic event will take place in the wonderful Signatures restaurant. There will be space for 35 tickets only so be sure to get yours before the event sells out.


Grillo di Sicilia, Maree d'Ione, Orion, Sicily, 2014

tomato, octopus, parmesan
Triplica Bianco, Campania, 2012

raviolis, girolle, smoked egg yolk
Cabaletta, Tenuta  Fiorebelli, Veneto, 2014

Limoncello granita

pork cooked three ways, italian beans
Brunello di Montalcino, Castiglione del Bosco, Tuscany, 2009

orange suprise
Moscato, Piedmont

coffee and petit fours

Sadly the family fun day at Wivenhoe House has been cancelled due to the rain.

Sadly the family fun day @Wivenhoe House has been cancelled due to the rain.

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Join us for the first Wivenhoe House strawberry fayre

The aim of the day is to have buckets of fun in our magnificent grounds! To ensure that everyone has a fantastic time we will have:
- Garden games
- Inflatables
- Swing boats
- Giant games
- High striker
- Children's entertainer

A full bar serving chilled beers, wine, tea and coffee will be available throughout the day. We will also have a BBQ and a selection of cakes and sandwiches available to purchase on the day. Our brasserie restaurant and terrace will also be open and is a fantastic place to while away the afternoon

- Entry is free and you can download your ticker from Eventbrite
- We do however recommend advance booking for the brasserie.
- A wristband will be available on the day for the inflatables area for £6 per person

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Wishing all Dads a fantastic day and looking forward to welcoming many of you at Wivenhoe House for Sunday lunch.

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An open air production of the classic Jane Austen novel performed on the Wivenhoe House lawn by the acclaimed DOT productions.

'Naïve country girl Catherine Morland is taken to Bath by rich family friends, where misunderstandings about her fortune lead to an invite to Northanger Abbey. Her obsession with Gothic novels fuels her imagination and her mind runs wild as she conjures fantastical stories.

Will Catherine’s imagination be her downfall? Are all the people she meets as they seem? And are those shadows in Northanger Abbey friend or foe?

DOT Productions brings you this witty adaptation of ‘Northanger Abbey’ in DOT’s usual comedic style. '


Show only: £15

Earlybird special: buy 3 tickets and get a 4th free if you book by 31 March 2015

Three course dinner and production: £40 per person

Overnight stay, Ticket and three course dinner: from £145
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