Christmas Party : Hartley Wintney: The Elvetham 2018 – HW17044
Three course seated dinner
Full event management
Overnight Stay available
Coffee, mince pies and half a glass of wine
Glass of Sparkling Wine on Arrival
The Elvetham is the finest place in Hampshire to celebrate Christmas and our traditional country house couldn't be more magical. Surround yourself with 19th century architecture, 35 acres of beautifully manicured gardens, and of course plenty of traditional decorations to get you in the festive spirit. Indulge in a delicious sit down Christmas lunch with all the trimmings or let your hair down and party into the early hours - the choice is yours.
Our shared party nights have a brilliant reputation for festive frivolity, where we whisk our guests to a Christmas wonderland in our stunning Winter Conservatory.
Shared Party Dates
|Date||Business price (Excl. VAT)||Consumer price (Inc. VAT)|
|Friday 30th November||£ 49.17||£ 59.00|
|Friday 7th December||£ 81.67||£ 98.00|
|Saturday 8th December||£ 81.67||£ 98.00|
|Thursday 13th December||£ 62.50||£ 75.00|
|Friday 14th December||£ 81.67||£ 98.00|
|Saturday 15th December||£ 81.67||£ 98.00|
|Thursday 20th December||£ 62.50||£ 75.00|
Shared parties from £75 per person (Sunday - Thursday)
Includes: A glass of sparkling wine on arrival, three course Christmas lunch, coffee and mince pies, a glass of wine with dinner, mineral water, Christmas crackers, portrait photographer, Party DJ, Father Christmas and full event management.
Shared parties from £98 per person (Friday - Saturday)
Includes: Unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks until 10pm, five piece party band, casino tables, a glass of sparkling wine on arrival, three course Christmas lunch, coffee and mince pies, a glass of wine with dinner, mineral water, Christmas crackers, portrait photographer, Party DJ, Father Christmas and full event management.
The Elvetham in Hampshire is a stunning 19th Century Country House set in 35 acres of beautifully manicured gardens. Conveniently located within a fifteen minute drive of both the M3 and M4. Steeped in history and once owned by Jane Seymour's brother Edward, The Elvetham has hosted many royals throughout the years including King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. During the Queen's visit in 1591 not only did she plant an oak tree which still stands tall in the grounds today, but it is also believed it is during this visit that William Shakespeare first performed a Midsummer Night's Dream.
From East- On arrival into Hartley Wintney, turn left at the mini roundabout onto the Fleet Road (A323). The Elvetham is signposted 1 mile on the left, after a series of bends.
From West - On arrival into Hartley Wintney, turn right at the 2nd mini roundabout onto the Fleet Road (A323).The Elvetham is signposted one mile on the left.
Parking is available for 200 cars