Mollie's Motel & Diner invites guests to celebrate at its Oxfordshire and Bristol locations this spooky season.
Mollie’s Motel & Diner (www.mollies.com), the affordable Soho House designed motel and diner concept, is inviting guests to celebrate a Halloween extravaganza at its Oxfordshire and Bristol locations this Halloween.
From 27 – 31 October, family and friends are invited to sport their most extravagant Halloween costumes and visit Mollie’s Motel & Diner which is offering a special Halloween themed menus of treats.
All guests can enjoy an exclusive menu of Halloween specials, including main dishes, desserts, and cocktails.
The Halloween menu includes:
- Hallowings - Spiced caramel pumpkin wings with cream cheese dressing
- Mollie's Monster Burger - Double beef burger, tomato jam, cheese sauce, Dracula bun
- Bobbin for Waffles - Sticky toffee apple waffles with vanilla ice cream cinnamon sugar
- Vampire Milkshake - Vanilla milkshake with strawberry blood, popping candy and vampire teeth
- The Hulk Cocktail - Boxer gin, green apple, grenadine reduction and cucumber sherbet
Guests visiting the Bristol location and looking to venture further afield can enjoy adventurous Halloween activities at some of the area’s local attractions, including Wild Place, which is inviting families to partake in an array of spooktacular Halloween events on its 50-acre site, whilst guests visiting the Oxfordshire location can head to Blenheim Palace for its Horrid Half Term to enjoy gruesome games and creepy crafts.
From 21 October – 6 November, kids visiting Wild Place can bring their pumpkins and choose one of the surrounding Halloween trails to explore, which will be transformed with over 300 pumpkins and Halloween-inspired decorations, including the ‘wild wood’ at Webb’s Brake, with the opportunity to win a special prize upon completing the trail.
Little ones can also discover an array of wildlife, including bears, giraffes and wolves, and enjoy animal feeds and educational talks. Meanwhile, parents can relax with a cup of coffee.
From 22 – 30 October, children visiting Blenheim Palace can partake in pumpkin carving, axe throwing and circus workshops, or visit the Pumpkin Patch and venture through the Bat Trail in the Walled Garden to discover Halloween-themed characters. Families can also enjoy performances from Fire Breathers, and from those performing in the Family Circus Show.
Mollie’s Halloween menu and events will run throughout October half term, meaning families staying at Mollie’s Oxfordshire and Bristol locations can enjoy the Halloween festivities, alongside the Soho-House designed interiors and luxury surroundings of Mollie’s itself.
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