Bottomless brunch proving popular at Harrogate hotel

Bottomless brunch proving popular at Harrogate hotel

Published at 8:48am 20th June 2019. (Updated at 9:40am 22nd July 2019)

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Cedar Court Hotel in Harrogate have launched 'Bottomless Brunch' afternoons, with people being treated to two hours of classic brunch food... and bottomless alcohol!

  • Cedar Court in Harrogate launched their Bottomless Brunch earlier this month and have more afternoons scheduled for every Saturday throughout August.
  • Cedar Court are also continuing their popular Bonkers Bingo event, with a special edition held in aid of St. Michael's Hospice.
  • Charities and support groups can now hire out Cedar Court Hotel to hold meetings free of charge.

Cedar Court Hotel have launched their Bottomless Brunch afternoons, the next of which takes place on Saturday 3rd August 12-2pm - with bottomless booze!

In two hours, guests can enjoy bottomless prosecco, sangria, Pimms, draught lager and nibbles with a choice of main course from their brunch menu  - from just £25 per person (when booked in advance!)

Minister of Fun at Cedar Court Linda Bradley spoke to Stray FM's Ricky Durkin about the event:

Bonkers Bingo

Cedar Court are continuing their popular Bonkers Bingo event, with customers treated to 6 games of bingo, music with a DJ and plenty of crazy prizes - including face painting and a photo booth! Tickets are just £5 and the next event takes place on Sunday 25th August from 7pm. 

The hotel also held a special edition of the event in June in aid of St. Michael's Hospice.

Minister of Fun at Cedar Court Linda Bradley was on hand with more details:

Bonkers Bingo
The popular Bonkers Bingo event is back, with a special edition being held in aid of St. Michael's Hospice this Friday.

Charity venue

Cedar Court Hotel in Harrogate is also opening its doors to charities and not-for-profit organisations who are looking for a venue to host meetings.

Depending on availability, the hotel is welcoming small groups that require a venue but may be lacking in funds.

For more information, email Minister of Fun at Cedar Court Linda Bradley on

Cedar court hotel in Harrogate
Cedar court hotel in Harrogate are renting out their venue to charities and support groups who require a place to meet.

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