New Year’s Eve is always weighed down by the most phenomenal amount of pressure to ‘have fun’. So much is the expectation that it is actually almost impossible to really enjoy this transitional night. The thing is that the definition of ‘fun’ is very personal. So which one of these would suit you?
It’s few and far between who don’t love a bit of a wiggle on the dance floor, even if said dance floor is usually just in front of the bathroom mirror using a hairbrush as a makeshift microphone. Nonetheless, Hoar Cross Hall ’s New Year Extravaganza is your opportunity to see in 2015 in the lap of luxury in their historic ballroom followed by a decadent breakfast and time in the spa to recover the next day.
The intelligent amongst us of course, will be looking at the last day of December as an opportunity to start the New Year as we mean to go on – feeling happy, healthy and not a little bit smug. Come this way and please find the New Year New You package at Ardencote Manor Hotel .
There can be little that is more satisfying in the winter chill than a warming drink. The restaurant at The Scotsman , in the heart of Edinburgh, has to be amongst the best places to sample that most traditional of drinks, whiskey, whilst looking out over the beautiful city. Happy Hogmanay all!
No music, no DJ, just total peace and quiet. Lifehouse Spa and Hotel is the place to go to set the trend for a relaxed 2015. Between a stroll around the garden, fresh juices in the morning, and as much natural light as the winter days will allow, here we can all breathe a sigh of relief for the dawn of a new day…
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