Ramada Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield…
To book or enquire about any of our events call 0121 351 3111 or email email@example.com
Asian Wedding Open Day
Sunday 27th January
Free to attend – Pre-Register Your Attendance Here
Treat your loved one this Valentine’s day with our special romantic accommodation packages and the return of our Valentine’s Gala Dinner.
Candlelit three course dinner for two with a single red rose, overnight stay, bottle of Prosecco, health club access.
Available 8th, 9th, 14th, 15th & 17th February for just £99 per room (based on two sharing)
Vintage Swing Gala Dinner
Arrival from 18:30 to your chilled glass of Prosecco followed by a delicious three course dinner, entertainment from the spectacular Vintage & Swing duo and then dance the night away to the sounds
of our resident DJ
£60 per couple | £115 dinner, bed & breakfast
Call 0121 351 3111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book
Murder Mystery – The Day The Music Died
Friday 8th March
It is 1956, and you are invited to a gala dinner to celebrate the reopening of The Grand Hotel after last year’s terrible fire.
With a very special guest appearance, this will be a night to remember! Dust off your blue suede shoes, pull up your bobby socks and
comb that quiff as we celebrate the rock ‘n’ roll years.
£20 per person
Wedding Open Evening
Thursday 14th March – Free to attend
Mother’s Day – Family Carvery or Afternoon Tea
Sunday 31st March
Easter Sunday Carvery
Sunday 21st April
Father’s Day Sunday Carvery
Sunday 16th June
Ascot Ladies Day
Thursday 20th June
Murder Mystery – No Weddings & A Funeral
Friday 28th June
It is the wake after the funeral of Sir Alexander Flute: prominent businessman, philanthropist and politician.
Friends and family members are gathered to give the elder statesman a good send off and reminisce about his life.
However, certain members of the family are keen to find out the contents of his Will, and tensions in some quarters are high.
£20 per person
Bottomless Afternoon Tea and Prosecco
Saturday 6th July
Sunday 13th October
Free to attend
Halloween Murder Mystery – The Curse of Witches Willow
Saturday 2nd November
Welcome to Sir Barrington Ponsenby Smyth’s ancestral home, Carrion Hall. A cellar and crypt have been discovered, within which a skeleton was found behind a secret wall.
Could this be the legendary witch who cursed the Ponsenby line to its extinction?
You may have entered the village of Witch’s Hollow, but not everyone will be getting out alive!
£25 per person