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Wroxton House Hotel near Banbury is offering a truly uplifting Spring Break from March 9-11 with entertainment from Elgar and the Orchestra.
The event has been arranged in conjunction with Arts in Residence, a specialist promoter of cultural breaks in the UK. You are invited to get away from it all at this quintessentially English Hotel whilst enjoying some of Elgar's most rousing works and learn more about 'the man behind the music'.
The package includes two night's dinner, bed and breakfast, two lunches and an afternoon tea before departure on the Sunday for £275 per person (twin/double room), £299 (single room). The price includes all meals, wine, beverages, course fees and accommodation.
Terry Barfoot, Director of Arts in Residence said: "We offer music courses in country hotels that have been picked for their superbly appointed positions. Wroxton House is a fine example of that as it will allow us to enjoy the experience of music and the arts in comfort and style.
"Our courses are open to everyone and offer a friendly house party atmosphere with people who have plenty in common."
Wroxton House Hotel near Banbury is a beautiful 'chocolate box' hotel dating back to 1649 and complete with thatched roof and inglenook fireplace. The hotel is privately owned by Gill and John Smith who have completely refurbished the property with a great deal of love and attention. This beautiful hotel has impeccable style which makes it the perfect setting for the works of Elgar - one of the great masters of the romantic era.
To book telephone 02392 383356 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit www.artsinresidence.co.uk
For further information on the hotel visit www.bw-wroxtonhousehotel.com or call 01295 730777.