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Murder Mystery Night
Saturday 4th November
Murder Mystery - Season Three: Death on the Ocean Wave
4th November 2017
On a luxury cruiser bound for the Caribbean, the ship’s captain invites passengers to dine with him and a famous actress. The voyage is not going well, and looks set to end in disaster.
Arrive after 15:00 to check in to your rooms and get prepared.
Welcome drinks will be served in the Bar where you will meet the cast and other guests at 19:00.
Proceed through to the Atlantic Suite where you will be served a delicious four-course meal, whilst being entertained by professional actors and attempting to work out the mystery.
When the evening comes to a close, retire to your room and look forward to waking up to unrivalled views across the Atlantic Ocean, while savouring a hearty breakfast, making the most of Cornish produce.
Meal & Entertainment: £35 per person
Accommodation, Meal & Entertainment: £145 per couple
Call 01736 871 844 too book today!
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