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May events at Ashdown Park Hotel

Bank holidays, better weather and blooming tulips – May has arrived at luxury countryside retreat Ashdown Park Hotel and they have a whole host of seasonal events to help you make the most of the month of May.

Highlighting the best bites to eat at this time of year, the hotel’s Anderida Restaurant is offering a seasonal favourites menu throughout May focusing on asparagus, sorrel, new season lamb and seakale. The three-course menu is available for lunch at £26.00 per person and dinner for £42.50 per person.

For those looking to get creative and try their hand at something new, hotel estate manager Kevin Sweet will be running the ever-popular Hanging Basket Workshops with afternoon tea on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 May at 1.00pm for £39.50 per person. With all tuition and plants included, the workshop will guide you through how to get the most out of your hanging baskets this summer. Traditional afternoon tea will then be served in the hotel’s period lounges to really finish the day in style.

Hanging Baskets

Continuing the garden theme on Sunday 22 May, the hotel’s 186 acres of Parklands including 50 acres of ancient woodland will be yours to explore at the National Garden Scheme Open Day. For just £5.00 per person guests will have the opportunity to enjoy the stunning bluebells that stretch through the west of the grounds to the Secret Garden, as well as the 18-hole, par 3 golf course, located in the grounds of the estate. All entry fees on the day will be donated to the National Garden Scheme and its worthwhile charities.

Ashdown Park Hotel will end the month with something extra special with a Jazz Afternoon Tea on the lawns on Monday 30 May. Make the most of the bank holiday and spend it relaxing on the beautiful lawns of Ashdown Park Hotel listening to a live jazz band for £29.50 per person or £55.00 per couple including traditional afternoon tea.

Jazz Evening

To book any of these events please call 01342 824988 or visit  for more information.

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