Well done, you have done it once again, you made it to Friday! No matter if you are feeling a little hungover from taking your partner out last night, or you’re as fresh as a daisy we have lots of exciting pub news and information for you.
Valentine’s day specials
Love is not just for one day, it can last for two or three days. That is because we will be serving our romantic special menu until Saturday evening. If you missed the opportunity to take your partner out last night, or just fancy treating them again, then you will be pleased to hear that our Valentine’s Menu will also be available tonight and tomorrow.
The menu lovingly pieced together by our chefs can be mix and matched with our a la carte menu, so come on down to give it a sample.
Fancy getting away from it all for a few days this February? Cast off the hollow piousness that despite January being over still seems to hang in the air, by indulging for a few days with a stay at the Maytime Inn.
Throughout February we are offering a special deal, where each day you stay with us we’ll leave all the required ingredients to make yourself a refreshing gin and tonic in your room, to help you unwind. All you need to to do is select ‘Gin package’ from the drop down menu when making a booking through our website.
March the 15th will be our next Wine Club Meeting and much to the delight of Alberto, this time around the event’s theme will be Italian wines. Remember to book early as our Wine Club Evenings are always popular.
If you’ve never attended before here is the deal: for £60 per head, you get a five-course banquet-style meal, plus wine selected and introduced by our expert, Alberto, of Bermann Wines.
The wines selected by Alberto are of a quality and rarity you’d struggle to find on the high street and are perfectly paired with your meal. Oh, and if it was not already a good enough deal, at the end of the night you can purchase any of the wines by the bottle or the case at trade prices!
Young Turner Exhibition
If you’re looking for something to do with the family this weekend, that is located conveniently close to the pub (wink). Then you might be interested in attending the Young Turner Exhibition at Blenheim Palace, that commences tomorrow.
The celebrated artist painted Blenheim Palace in 1833, and this exhibition at Winston Churchill’s ancestral home will feature some of the artist’s very first commissions along with his most celebrated topographical artworks. More info here.