Where to go for New Years Eve 2023?

Looking for a getaway over NYE? With games, discos, amazing food and festivities these luxury break packages are the perfect way to bring in the new year, without any of the faf of hosting!

Old England Hotel & Spa

New Year Break just £322.50 per person

Check-in and relax from 3pm with a complimentary drink on arrival, and full use of the spa during your stay. Champagne and canapés will be served from 7pm, with dinner from 7:30pm. Dance the night away waiting for the chimes of the New Year with the hotel’s resident DJ and Jersey Boys tribute. Checkout on New Year’s Day after a leisurely breakfast.

York House Hotel

New Year’s Celebration (2 Nights) just £265 per person

Check-in on the 30th December from 3pm, with homemade cakes, scones and hot drinks served from 4pm in the Verandah bar, accompanied by live music. From 6pm, meet the team over welcome drinks in the Verandah bar, with dinner served from 6:30pm, and evening entertainment with Quiz of the Year & House Bingo. On New Year’s Eve, breakfast will be served from 8am to 10am, and later a light finger buffet served for lunch. In the afternoon, enjoy an afternoon of York House Pig Racing & Bingo in the Williamson room. The evening’s festivities start at 6pm with a pre-dinner drinks reception hosted by our Toast Master & Piper, with dinner served from 6:30pm, with crackers, jokes & hats! After dinner, entertainment will be provided to dance out the old year. On New Year’s Day, checkout is at 1pm after a leisurely breakfast. Extra nights are also available.

Crowne Plaza Hotel Reading East

New Year’s Celebration (2 Nights) just £265 per person

Stay in a Standard Double Room and receive a guaranteed room upgrade on arrival, a five course gala dinner in the exceptional 2 AA rosette Caprice restaurant, a glass of champagne to bring in the New Year, a full English breakfast on New Year’s Day, and full use of the spa and wellness facilities during your stay.

The Charlecote Pheasant Hotel

New Year’s Eve Celebration just £159 per person

On New Year’s Eve, check in at 1pm, with pre-dinner fizz from 6pm. From 6:30pm, the celebrations start, including the traditional carvery. There’s a DJ & dancing until 1am. On New Year’s Day, there’s a breakfast buffet until 11am, with lazy extended checkout until 1pm.

The Arden Hotel

James Bond Themed New Year’s Celebration just £250 per person

Arrive on New Year’s Eve and settle into your room. Glam yourself up for a James Bond themed evening with casino, champagne and canapé reception and gourmet four course dinner, followed by a fantastic live band. Celebrate the new year with midnight munchies, hot chocolate and coffee available in the club bar. New Year’s Day recover from the evening’s festivities with a lie-in and brunch in No44.

The Beech Hill Hotel & Spa

New Year in the Lakes (2 Nights) just £284.50 per person

On New Year’s Eve, enjoy a champagne reception and canapés in the lounge, followed by a memorable four course dinner dance, entertained throughout by the resident magician. On New Year’s Day, relax and enjoy a Buck’s Fizz brunch in Burlington’s restaurant from 9am, followed by a day of relaxation in the spa with 25% off selected treatments, or visit a local attraction with our compliments. A relaxed three course dinner will be served from 7pm, with entertainment from the jazz band. On the 2nd January, an extensive continental breakfast will be served before the journey home.

Stapleford Park Hotel & Spa

New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball just £357.50 per person

On New Year’s Eve, arrive at leisure from 2pm and enjoy cream tea and a warming glass of mulled wine. Start your farewell to the old year with champagne and canapés in the salon from 7pm, whilst listening to the Belvoir String Quartet. A lavish six course gala dinner will be served from 8pm. The dancing starts with our resident DJ playing to the midnight hour. As the bells chime, usher in the New Year with more champagne, with the strains of Auld Lang Syne. On New Year’s Day, brunch will be served from 9am to 1pm.

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