The Pudding Club

Wednesday 16th - Thursday 17th August 2017

£149pp

2 days, 1 night(s)

Deposit: £75pp
Travel Insurance: £13.95pp
Single supplement: £29

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Overview

Forget about counting the calories on this one-night break to the heart of the Cotswolds for a meeting of The Pudding Club, devoted to preserving the tradition of the great British pudding.

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Three Ways House – Home of the world famous Pudding Club Based around a 19th century Cotswold stone property, the Three Ways House Hotel has 48 individually styled bedrooms, each with shower and/or bath, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, television, radio and free Wi-Fi. People travel from across the globe to experience the unique, and slightly eccentric British institution that is The Pudding Club. It has even been described by some as “The Eighth Wonder of the World”. The evening commences witha jovial introduction by The Pudding Master through to a light main course. Then comes the Parade of Traditional Puddings, with all its noise and ceremony. There is plenty of custard to accompany your chosen puddings – you don’t have to have them all but many people like to try! Finally guests are invited to vote for the best pudding ofthe night over coffee.

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Location (Gloucestershire)

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Itinerary

(DAY 1) Wednesday 16th August

Once everyone is on board we will drive through the Thames Valley to the smalltown of Burford. With its medieval bridge, houses of mellow Cotswold stone and attractive Tudor and Georgian frontages, Burford is justifiably one of the most picturesque towns in England. After time for lunch we will take you on a leisurely tour, following the pretty Windrush Valley to Chipping Campden. The main street is lined with ancient houses, whilst its church is perhaps one of the finest ‘wool’ churches in the Cotswolds. Time here for tea, but don’t over indulge or it may spoil your appetite for the ‘main event’. A short drive takes us to our Hotel in nearby Mickleton. There will be time to relax and take a stroll around the village before dinner.

(DAY 2) Thursday 17th August

After a full English breakfast (if you can manage it!) we will travel the short distance to Hidcote Manor Garden. Hidcote is one of the best-known and most influential Arts & Crafts gardens in Britain, with its linked “rooms” of hedges, rare trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders. There are water features, wild flower areas and pools with plenty of places to sit and take in the atmosphere. There is a café, shop and plant centre to visit before rejoining the coach for the journey home to Sussex.