Christmas Party packages on sale now for 2024 at Kents Hill Park

2024 Christmas Party packages at Kents Hill Park, Milton Keynes, are now on sale. The team of Christmas planners are on hand to discuss private parties with anyone looking to book a unique party experience this festive season.

Capturing the magic and amazement of the season, Kents Hill Park is set to host some of the best private parties in Milton Keynes this Christmas from only £32 per person. A sample package includes a drink on arrival, a two-course set menu, a DJ and disco, an E-cracker prize draw and free car parking. Dates are available throughout November and December.

Kents Hill Park’s range of spaces are available to host a private Christmas party, accommodating up to 300 people. The flexible rooms and experienced events team can help create a completely bespoke package to celebrate with colleagues.

Their team of chefs will also pull out all the sleigh bells and whistles to create seasonal menus guaranteed to wow. To keep in line with the venue’s food ethos, ingredients will be Red Tractor assured and British produced.

For guests looking to stay the night, they can relax and unwind in the hotels comfortable rooms and make the most of the onsite Nuffield Health leisure facilities including a swimming pool. Bed and breakfast rates are available from £70 per room.

Jon-Paul Earles, Director of Sales, said: “Following a very successful festive season in 2023, we are once again looking to go bigger and better for 2024 with our Christmas parties. We can’t wait to welcome back returning and new festive party goers to our venue.”

“At Kents Hill Park, we are a multi-use venue and want to reinforce our place as a landmark destination in Milton Keynes at Christmas and create a place for the local business community to celebrate the festivities.”

To find out more about 2024 Christmas Parties at Kents Hill Park head to https://www.kentshillpark.com/christmas or contact the events team on 01908 358 000 or email kentshill.enquiries@thevenuescollection.co.uk

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