Festive Breaks

The Old Hall Hotel offers a three night festive break for guests to enjoy all the magic of Christmas without any of the hard work!

Christmas Eve: After a 2pm check in, there will be a short walking tour of Buxton, with Discover Buxton Tours.  Upon your return, there will be Mulled Wine and Mince Pies waiting for you, in our cosy lounge.  The fire will be lit, and historic stories of Buxton will be told.  An evening drink will be served prior to a delicious dinner in our Restaurant which overlooks the Pavilion Gardens. Burbage Band will entertain guests with Christmas Carols, and if you wish to do so, you can attend midnight mass at St Johns Church which is a three minute walk away.

Christmas Day: Relish the decadence of breakfast in bed! Enjoy fresh orange juice, bacon sandwiches, croissants, conserves and freshly ground coffee whilst opening your presents.  Take a wintry walk around the Pavilion Gardens, or relax in one our beautiful lounges.  You’ll enjoy a pre lunch glass of Bucks Fizz, whilst choosing your Christmas lunch from our appetising traditional menu. After lunch, relax in the games room and enjoy a selection of board games and Christmas quizzes. If you’re looking for some quiet time, we’ll be screening a festive film in our TV lounge where you can enjoy a well-earned snooze.  Late afternoon sees tea and Christmas Cake served just in time for The Queen’s Speech at 3pm.  In the evening, there will be a delicious buffet served in the bar area.

Boxing Day: After a restful night’s sleep, you can enjoy a full English breakfast served in our Restaurant.  The Boxing Day concert at the Opera House will be from 11am-1pm.  A light buffet will be served back at the hotel before the classic pantomime performance of Aladdin over at the Opera House.   A chilled Prosecco glass of Prosecco will be served from 7pm,  prior to Boxing Day Dinner which will be served from 7.30pm in the Restaurant.

To book a festive stay or for any more information, please contact the hotel reception team on 01298 22841.