A Tour of Highclere Castle, Berkshire, Monday 8th April

Join us for a tour of Highclere Castle and walk the corridors of Downton Abbey!

Highclere Castle is a stunning country house set within a 5,000-acre estate in Hampshire and is the country seat of the Earl of Carnarvon. Highclere was a filming location for the British comedy series Jeeves and Wooster and it was also used as the main location for the award-winning period drama Downton Abbey.

A fabulous three course lunch will preceed the tour at The Vineyard Hotel, a Relais & Châteaux 5 star hotel and spa, renowned for its impeccable service, 3 AA Rosette restaurant and award winning 30,000 bottle wine cellar. Afternoon tea will be served upon arrival back at The Vineyard after the tour of Highclere.

Tickets are £105 per person and include: Taittinger Champagne reception, kindly sponsored by Hatch Mansfield, three course lunch with wine at The Vineyard, tour of Highclere Castle and the gardens with a visit to the Egyptian Exhibition, afternoon tea served upon return to The Vineyard and coach transfers.

Approximate timings of the event:
Drinks reception – 12.00
Lunch in the Californian Suite – 12.30
Coaches leave for Highclere – 14.30
Tours of Highclere Castle start – 15.00
Coaches leave for The Vineyard at Stockcross – 17.00
Afternoon tea upon return to The Vineyard at Stockcross – 17.40

Dress code: Smart / Casual


Booking period : 11-01-2019 – 01-04-2019
Region : Newbury
Date : 08-04-2019
Time : 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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