The Old Course Hotel transports guests to an Easter Wonderland!
The Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa in St Andrews are treating Easter Sunday guests to a very special Mad Hatter's Tea Party … falling into a rabbit hole has never been so much fun!
The fabulous “Alice in Wonderland” inspired afternoon tea experience includes “Drink Me” tea for everyone and a delicious selection of delicate pastries and delicious cakes, magically created by the hotel’s highly skilled pastry. The home-made teatime treats include plain and fruit scones, lemon pancakes with lashings of clotted cream and strawberries and, exclusively for the grown-ups, pink champagne preserve! The Mad Hatter's feast has some all-time favourites for children, albeit with the resort's customary five star twist. Mini pizzas and cheese string, scrumptious sausage rolls and sandwiches, cupcakes and cookies and, of course, the most traditional of all … an abundance of jelly and ice cream! As the icing on the cake, guests join an exclusive screening of the original Alice in Wonderland movie at St Andrews New Picture House.
Daniel Pereira, General Manager at the resort says: “The Alice in Wonderland afternoon tea experience is the perfect family Easter Sunday. Lewis Carroll's quirky story has always been immensely popular with children and adults … and all that we have planned is in real tribute to the story." Daniel adds: "We promise the “Drink Me” Tea will not shrink anyone … and we also promise everyone taking part in the party that they will have a magical time."
David Morris at The Picture House is 'delighted' with the resort's Easter promotion, saying: "The tie-up with the hotel is a brilliant one – and we know the movie will cap off the most wonderful wonderland day."
Tickets for The Mad Hatters Tea Party on Easter Sunday are £31.50 for adults and £17.00 for children with the Alice in Wonderland screening at 4.14pm. (£25.00 for adults and £12.50 for children without the film).