23-25 March 2018
It is the 16th Century. For the second year, a nobleman throws open the manor doors to those who would come for food, for literary discussion, for music, and for good company.
This is an event with a little more authenticity in food and drink and presentation, with a slower place, as befits a country house. There will be a full 16th century menu from Friday evening until Sunday morning, rather than a single feast. Our task is to cook, and cook some more; yours is to keep eating. There will be performances in the evening, of both music and storytelling.
You may wish to offer or request classes that relate to the music and literature of the 16th century. Please note these in the booking form, and we will do our best to match requests and teachers.
Please note that due to the nature of the event, the attendee numbers will be limited. Book early to avoid disappointment, although we will operate a waiting list, if need be, and inform you accordingly. Dun In Mara cancellation policy applies, and will be enforced, particularly in the case of no-shows.
Further info to come soon.