Don’t miss the popular Alnwick Castle Burns Night Supper on Friday 25th January, 7pm at The Sanctuary, the Castle’s extra special ‘occasional’ restaurant.
This year, the event is held on the exact date of Robert Burns’ birth in 1759 in Ayrshire, Scotland. The famous poet and lyricist, sometimes known as the Ploughman Poet, is widely recognised as Scotland’s national poet and his work is celebrated worldwide.
Alnwick Castle’s Burns Night Supper is a great occasion to look forward to and enjoy with friends after all the gloom of early January. It’s also traditionally very popular and places are limited so don’t delay!
Alnwick may not quite be in Scotland but it’s only 30 miles away and the Castle team reckons that’s close enough to celebrate. There are many local Scots people living close to Alnwick to add a flash of tartan to the party!
It’s set to be a great night of delicious Scottish food, drink, poetry and celebration. All offered in the atmospheric, historical surroundings of this magnificent mediaeval castle.
You’ll be able to indulge in a tasty four-course taster menu, inspired by traditional Scottish culinary pleasures, including mouth-watering haggis, neeps and tatties, kedgeree and gorgeous raspberry cranachan.
And for those who like a dram to toast the haggis, there will be a great choice of whisky at the bar.
What better way to celebrate the end of January!
So, charge your glasses to toast, be merry and celebrate the poetry of Robert Burns!
Price is £35 per person.
For more information and to see the full menu, visit https://www.alnwickcastle.com/events/burns-night-supper
To make a reservation please contact 01665 511086 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published: Tuesday 08/01/2019
By Visit Northumberland
Alnwick Castle is the one of the largest inhabited castles in England; it has been home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family, the Percys, for over 700 years.
Combining magnificent medieval architecture with spectacular Italianate State Rooms, Alnwick Castle is one of the UK’s most significant heritage destinations. In recent years, it has taken starring roles in a number of film and television productions, most famously featuring as Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the Harry Potter films and as Brancaster Castle in ITV’s Downton Abbey.