Christmas 2018 at Ragdale Hall

Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th December 2018 inclusive - Set three-night break.  

Spending Christmas at Ragdale Hall allows you the perfect opportunity to mix rest and relaxation with an element of tradition and festivity – what better way to celebrate Christmas!

Fully inclusive rates from £233 per person per night sharing a twin, double or triple room.

Festivities include: 

  • Christmas Eve pre-dinner Winter Pimms and canapes, festive carols, a delicious three-course dinner and close-up magic entertainment.
  • Christmas Day breakfast buffet, pre-dinner champagne cocktails, four-course traditional Sunday Lunch with wine followed by tea, coffee and mince pies, an afternoon treasure hunt and informal buffet supper. 
  • Boxing Day breakfast, three-course buffet lunch and afternoon tea/coffee and Christmas cake and a four-course evening dinner accompanied by a harpist.
  • Breakfast and a three-course buffet lunch on the day of departure. 

Click here for the full itinerary and what's included in your Christmas stay

Treatments included in this break will be:

Plus the choice of one of the following 40 minute treatments:

You will be asked to make your choice of 40-minute treatment on booking.

For Christmas 2018 - A £100 per person deposit is required on booking with full payment to be made by 1st November 2018.

Room Type                     

    Twin/Double Rooms         Single Rooms   
Economy (Twins only)   £233
Standard/Lodge   £246
Standard Plus (Double only)    £259 -
Superior   £275 SOLD OUT
Superior Plus   SOLD OUT SOLD OUT
 Suite SOLD OUT 

PLEASE NOTE: We may receive cancellations for sold out room types, so we would strongly advise you call our Reservations Team on 01664 433000 and ask to be added to our wait list.

Unless otherwise stated, rates are per person, per night inclusive of VAT. For guests wishing to book a longer stay across two date periods, an average rate can be arranged. 


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