Murder Mystery at Port Lympne Hotel

Join us at Port Lympne Hotel on 25th February 2017, and test your sleuthing skills to help uncover a murder most foul…

In the build-up to World War II, one Friday in July of 1938, Philip Sassoon – First Commissioner of Works in Neville Chamberlain’s government – must leave Port Lympne in order to attend to urgent business at Westminster. Being the legendary host he is, he decides not to cancel his guests, who had planned to visit the following night. Instead he allows them to entertain each other; helped with a little selection from his formidable wine cellar, and some fine cuisine from his French chef, Henri.

His guests arrive, and whilst there is an air of tension, they seem to be enjoying themselves and are happy to take advantage of their absent host’s generosity. But as the evening unfolds, a terrible accident occurs… but was it truly an accident?

The Edwardian mansion at the heart of Port Lympne Reserve will be your venue for the evening as you meet your fellow detectives for a glass of bubbles before a delicious three course dinner, where you’ll unravel the clues between each course and reveal the killer!


Pricing Information

Priced at £65.00 per person, or £600.00 for a table of ten, bookings can be made by calling 01303 234111. If you wish to stay overnight; please ask for more information on rates and availability.