Festive dining at Alexander House

Delicious festive feasts

The festive season is the perfect opportunity to gather your loved ones and enjoy delicious feasts together whilst reminiscing about the year gone by. During the run up to Christmas, over the festive period and into the New Year, we have several wonderful festive dining experiences for you to enjoy. From festivi-teas and our Christmas Day gala lunch to New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day dining options, there’s a festive feast for everyone at Alexander House.

Run Up to Christmas

Why wait until Christmas Day? Join us on Sunday’s throughout November and December in AG’s Restaurant for a delicious festive feast. Also available throughout December, you can enjoy a festive afternoon tea where you can nestle next to a roaring log fire and spend your afternoon tucking into a delicious display of home-baked scones, cakes and tasty fancies.

If you’re searching for something more private, we have several beautiful celebration spaces for you to enjoy lunch, dinner or afternoon tea in throughout December with up to 100 guests.

Over the Festive Period

We have Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day dining experiences in both our AG’s Restaurant and Reflections Restaurant.

During our Family Christmas House Party, there are plenty of festive feasts to be enjoyed. From our Christmas Day Gala Lunch to champagne afternoon teas, make our hotel your home over Christmas time.

If you’re not ready for the Christmas celebrations to be over, come and join us for our Boxing Day Afternoon Tea. It’s the perfect way to complete your festive celebrations.

New Years Celebrations

Celebrate the New Year in style with an elegant dining celebration in AG’s for a six-course meal or Reflections for a five-course meal and light entertainment.

The celebrations need not stop on New Year’s Day. Welcome in 2020 with a delicious lunch in our 3 AA rosette restaurant for a three-course lunch.

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