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post #1 of 67 (permalink) Old 09-29-2012, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
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Christmas......

Ok, I know I am going to regret this, but has anyone thought of a Christmas meet this year???

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ok, here goes...... if any one is interested I have got the same deal as last Christmas at the Falcon Hotel in Stratford upon Avon - 01789 279953, they are a Legacy Hotel and can be found on this website -

Looking at the 30th Nov - 2nd Dec

£149.50 for a double room for the 2 nights with continental breakfast, extra £5pp for a full breakfast, a bottle of wine in your room with a 3 course meal and disco on the Saturday night.

They are getting back to me with a single room price, will post this when I know.

I have to email the hotel and they will reserve rooms for us and you would book in your name by phone call under the Colley party to get the deal.

Anyone fancy going here again, the position of the hotel was good for shops, pubs, restaurants for the Friday night, the hotel was very good quality, a party on the Saturday night with dinner and wine included in the price for 2 people.

For anyone not staying at the hotel, they are getting back to me with a price for the meal and party only on the Saturday night

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Well I think I could be persuaded,

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As could we, Sandra

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I have reserved a dozen rooms at the moment, can reserve more if needed

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you can ask for a room in the old part of the hotel, we stayed in one last time and it was lovely, it had wonky walls and slightly uneven floor due to the age of the building. They do not have double glazing and if you are at the front of the hotel you will get traffic noise

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Yes, interested too, just need to persuade work it is in their interest to let me have a day off...
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price for dinner and party only is £27.50 pp this includes a half bottle of wine or one between a couple.

I am waiting for an email re the single room price

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you can ask for a room in the old part of the hotel, we stayed in one last time and it was lovely, it had wonky walls and slightly uneven floor due to the age of the building. They do not have double glazing and if you are at the front of the hotel you will get traffic noise
You sure it wasnt the drink that did that Chuck!




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