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Christmas Parties 2016

Have you planned your Christmas party yet? With 6 festively decorated unique Function rooms available we can accommodate any party big or small to accommodate your seasonal get-together. Following dinner, our Coach House venue provides the perfect celebration setting with Casino Tables and DJ entertainment Although most of our Festive Party Nights are already booked, there is still some availability on the 2nd and 9th December. Give us a ring on 01508 494998 or email info@caistorhall.com. December Party Nights: Fri 2nd and 9th  Includes 3 Course Festive Dinner Menu + DJ Entertainment + Casino Tables Booking is essential and we will ask you to pay a deposit on booking. Party Night Dinner Menu 2016  

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New Years’ Eve Celebrations 2016

Can’t decide how to spend New Years Eve? We have THREE ways to see in 2017…dance only, dinner and dance or the full package, including afternoon cream tea, brunch, dinner and dance and an overnight stay.    **Full Package Overnight New Years Eve Celebration ** Afternoon check-in and Cream Tea on arrival Drink & Canapés evening Reception 5 Course Dinner Disco Entertainment + Fun Casino Overnight Accommodation New Years Day Brunch, board games and easy access to Boudicca Walks All for £265 per couple + Accommodation upgrade to Superior + Luxury Superior Rooms available* (to book deposit required of £100)   ** Dinner & Party Package ** Drink & Canapés reception from 6.30pm 5 Course Dinner Disco Entertainment + Fun Casino 1am Carriages £75 PER PERSON (to book deposit required of £25pp) ** Party Package ** If you are planning on just dancing your way into the New Year then this is the perfect way to celebrate… Get your dancing shoes on and make your way to the CoachHouse and start celebrating with a glass of bubbles & Canapés reception from 8pm Disco Entertainment + Fun Casino 1am Carriages TICKET ONLY £15 PER PERSON (Full Payment Required on Booking) ~ […]

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Christmas and New Year at Caistor Hall

We’ll twine the fresh green holly wreath, And make the yule-log glow; And gather gaily underneath The winking mistletoe; All blythe and bright By the glad fire light… In 1644, Christmas was banned by Oliver Cromwell. People were forbidden to sing Carols and a festive get-together would have broken the law. A Georgian Christmas, on the other hand, was very much all about parties, balls, and family get-togethers – and so it has continued to this day. Caistor Hall revels in the traditional family Christmas. Leave the everyday cares behind and spend the day in the warmth of this lovely old building. Caistor Hall has been described as a “grand old lady”.  Mixing Regency splendour with modern day informality, the hotel is not “stuffy” but still manages to retain its character – which makes it a perfect venue for Christmas Day. Soak up the atmosphere as you enjoy pre-lunch drinks in Palm Court or the main bar: open your presents, meet your guests, or perhaps sneak a spot under the mistletoe! Even when there is a howling gale outside, you will feel embraced by the warmth of Caistor Hall, with its open fires, areas for relaxation, fine dining room, and […]

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Four Big Reasons To Hold A Midweek Wedding

Four BIG reasons to join the trend and celebrate your BIG day midweek Whilst we are certain that the weekend wedding will always be popular, the national press has recently reported a growing trend for midweek weddings.  According to The Telegraph, 21,000 couples chose to say ‘I Do’ on a weekday last year and we have certainly noticed an increase in midweek weddings of all sizes at Caistor Hall in recent years. So why are couples opting to tie the knot on a weekday?  Here’re four of the most popular reasons… Choice Because Saturday weddings are traditionally more popular, a mid-week wedding often means couples can book the venue they love at exactly the time of year they’d always dreamed of getting married.  At Caistor Hall we only ever host one wedding on your special day – yours – so you will get our full attention whatever day you are getting married.  However, many couples find that a midweek wedding means that other suppliers such as florists, photographers or caterers have more availability and are able to spend more time on getting their special day just right. Cost It is estimated that couples can save up to 1/3 by getting […]

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Caistor Hall Hotel –Room Choices For Weddings

Take a look at the room choices for weddings at Caistor Hall Hotel, a beautiful hotel, in a superb location, with delightful wedding rooms. Caistor Hall Hotel is a perfect wedding venue, licensed for civil weddings and duo ceremonies. A former Georgian Country Manor, Caistor Hall is set in 30 acres of woodland and private gardens, and it’s just 3 miles from Norwich. In this blog we highlight the range of rooms available and their versatility to suit your wedding or duo ceremony. For more details about weddings in general, please see our downloadable wedding brochure and dedicated web page.  Palm Court This long room is perfect for wedding ceremonies. It has a grand entrance from the front of the hotel and one end of the room is slightly raised, making it idea for the actual ceremony. Seating is arranged on either side of Palm Court, creating the perfect aisle. Ballrooms 1 & 2 The beautiful former ballroom at Caistor Hall with its ornate high ceilings and long windows looking out over the gardens, is now a grand dining room. The room is perfect for the wedding breakfast and seats up to 70 guests. Alternatively, this room can be divided […]

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Caistor Roman Project Open Day Weds 27th July 2016 at Caistor Hall

Ever wanted to try your hand at an archaeological dig? We are so pleased that the Caistor Roman Project has been given a grant through the lottery fund, which means they can continue with their research in and around the Roman town of Venta Icenorum (Caistor St. Edmund). They often use Caistor Hall as a base for planning meetings and exhibitions, and are hosting an open day here on Wednesday 27th July. Last year we had 120 attendees, so you can see how popular this is. It is not surprising that people are interested in the archaeology – Caistor St Edmund is one of only three Roman regional capitals in Britain that were not built on in subsequent years, so it provides a wealth of information. The open day on Wednesday is free to all members. Non-members will be charged £5 (which will be deducted from the membership fee if you join at this event). You can also have a guided walk for £2 Walk only: £2        Walk, exhibition and talks £5 Times: Opening Walk 13.00 Closing Walk 18.00 Exhibition and Talks 14.00-17.30 You will be able to browse an exhibition of information and finds from fieldwalking, […]

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Clubs, Societies and Yoga At Caistor Hall

Looking for a great venue for your club or society in South Norfolk, or maybe somewhere to run a workshop or training session? Caistor Hall is a very welcoming, laid back country hotel just 4 miles from Norwich, 2 miles from Stoke Holy Cross and 3 miles from Poringland. It is set in delightful, peaceful grounds and has an air of gentility, which is perhaps why people are a sometimes surprised when they find out that Caistor Hall plays host to a number of local clubs and organisations who hold regular events there, and welcomes everyone with open arms. There’s a great selection of rooms, halls and spaces which can be hired to suit your requirements. The grand Ballroom is a beautiful space that is great for dining parties; this could be perfect for a dining club who like to meet and enjoy good food and good company. Equally, the room can take on a more functional role and be used for a workshop or a company training session. You can use the whole space or divide the room into two. What better place to have your book club than in the panelled library, with open fires on chilly nights […]

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Are You A Business? Did You Know…

It’s the little things that make a difference If you’re heading to Norwich on overnight business, you’ll obviously be searching for a venue which meets all your needs. Caistor Hall hotel goes out of its way to make sure its corporate guests receive the very best service (and the very best price – our corporate rates are very competitive – give us a ring for details) and we provide all the facilities you would expect for your business stay. But we feel it’s the extras we can offer that make us a little different. Our hotel is set in beautiful rolling countryside, yet just 4 miles from the heart of Norwich with very easy access from the A11, A140(A12), A47. There’s plentiful parking and even room to land a helicopter – so if it really is a flying visit, we’re the perfect spot. Once a Georgian Family Manor built in the late 1700s, Caistor Hall retains much of its graceful grandeur which affords a relaxed, unhurried ambience. And being an old house rather than a formulaic modern hotel is what enables us to offer our business guests some useful business ‘extras’.           In addition to Six […]

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Afternoon Tea At Caistor Hall

Enjoy an afternoon tea in Norfolk. Fresh scones, jam and cream with tea or coffee or add some champagne or Pimms for a treat.

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Guided Tour Of Caistor Roman Town

Did you know that on our very doorstep lies a Roman regional capital? It is one of only three in the country that does not lie beneath a modern settlement. You may have wandered over these fields, walked along the ridges, admired the wild flowers, little imagining that this was once a teeming Roman town. On Friday 3rd April, however, you are welcome to join us for a free guided walk, starting at 11am from Caistor Hall Hotel, with the opportunity to return after the walk for a discounted bar meal. In recent years the Caistor project has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and has been delving much deeper into the history of this site, with some extraordinary finds. This Roman Town, Venta Icenorum, was the capital of the territory of the Iceni and was probably established after the Boudican Revolt. Dr Will Bowden, who you may recognise from the popular Time Team programme, has been leading the research at this project and is offering you the chance to join him on a guided walk. The walk is free of charge and will take place on Friday 3rd April, at 11am, starting from Caistor Hall Hotel. The walk will […]

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