A warm and personal welcome awaits you on arrival at Penmaenuchaf Hall Hotel with traditional afternoon tea being served from 3 p.m. on New Year's Eve.
In the evening, join your hosts and fellow hotel guests for cocktails before proceeding to the hotel dining room for the New Year's Eve gala black tie dinner; a gastronomic event with six courses to tease and titillate your palate. After dinner coffee and mince pies in the Mahogany Room. At midnight, enjoy a spectacular firework display staged in the hotel grounds to see the New Year in with a bang!
Start the new year as your mean to go on!
On New Year's Day, Champagne brunch will be served from 9.30 a.m. until 11.30 a.m. You may then wish to relax in the tranquil surroundings, enjoy a gentle walk in the hotel grounds, take a leisurely drive in the Snowdonia hills or for the more adventurous a hike up Cader Idris!
You may wish to join our guided walk that will leave the Hotel at 11 a.m.
In the evening join your fellow hotel guests for aperitifs before proceeding through to the hotel's candlelit dining room to experience a romantic four-course New Year's Day dinner.
The hotel's traditional Welsh breakfast should prepare you for the journey home, unless you are staying a little longer.
|New Year break prices|
The New Year programme is for a minimum of two nights, arriving on 30th December or New Year's Eve. The prices are per person based on two people sharing a double or twin bedded room and are inclusive of all meals and events detailed in our New Year brochure.
Prices include VAT at 20%. A 5% service charge is added to Christmas and New Year break packages.
Single occupancy +40% of above prices. Children from 6-14 years sharing parents' room will be charged £225 for the New Year package.
Sample New Year's Eve dinner menu (PDF file)
Sample New Year's Day dinner menu (PDF file)
If you have any further queries do not hesitate to contact us. Reception is open until 10 p.m. Telephone 01341 422129
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Terms and conditions and exclusions apply.