Please note this offer is now sold out.
Stay with us on 9th May with your evening entertainment taken care of!
Caroline Shenton was Director of the Parliamentary Archives at Westminster from 2008 to 2014 and is our May Political Writer in Residence. On Tuesday, 9th May Caroline discusses The Day Parliament Burned Down in the great fire of 1834 in an evening talk in our beautiful Gladstone Room.
Stay with us on the evening of 9th May and we’ll include a two-course dinner (including tea / coffee) plus continental breakfast, a ticket to Caroline’s talk and a copy of her book. Caroline’s gripping account of the blaze won the inaugural Political Book of the Year Award in 2013, was chosen by Lucy Worsley as her Book of the Year in BBC History Magazine and was also named as one of the top 50 books of the year by The Telegraph. Read the Guardian’s review of The Day Parliament Burned Down here.
Rates for this offer are as follows:
- Single en suite room (dinner, bed and breakfast) plus event ticket and book £80
- Double en suite room (dinner, bed and breakfast) for two people plus two event tickets and a copy of Caroline's book £100
To book, please call 01244 532350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please quote the code GLADSHEN when booking.
*Please note this rate applies to new bookings only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Dinner excludes alcohol and bottled drinks.