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Hastings Hotels: New Events and Offerings Ahead of Re-Opening!

Culloden Hotel and Spa exterior, image of one of the luxury rooms and couples massage area

Date: Thursday 1 April 2021

Copyright - Ireland's Travel Trade Network, Hastings Hotels: New Events and Offerings Ahead of Re-Opening! by Sharon Jordan: Full article can be found at Ireland's Travel Trade Network website.

With seven hotels across Northern Ireland, Hastings Hotels is planning some exciting outdoor events and new offerings for the summer months – and later this year when it is in a position to re-open and welcome guests again.

Landscape by Orla De Bri on show at Art In The Garden, in conjunction with Gormleys Fine Art, at the Culloden Estate and Spa in Belfast.

Hastings Hotels flagship property, the Culloden Estate and Spa just outside Belfast, is set to host ‘Art in the Garden’ in conjunction with Gormleys Fine Art for the second time from June 25th to July 14th, government guidelines permitting.

Taking place on the grounds of the 12-acre estate, the outdoor exhibition will showcase the very best of Irish and international sculpture. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience over 160 pieces, both life-size and smaller. The five-star hotel’s idyllic private grounds overlooking Belfast Lough is set to be a perfect backdrop to the finest collection of sculpture to be displayed on the island of Ireland.

An outdoor Champagne bus supported by Bollinger champagne will complement the exhibition and remain outside the Cultra Inn on the estate for most of the summer.

Hastings Hotels will pay homage to the hit Netflix series, Bridgerton, with the launch of a Bridgerton-inspired afternoon tea in two of its hotels – the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa in Newcastle, Co Down and the Culloden Estate and Spa in Belfast.

The Slieve Donard Resort and Spa in Newcastle, Co Down and the Culloden Estate and Spa will pay homage to the hit Netflix series, Bridgerton, with the launch of a Bridgerton-inspired afternoon tea. Served in fine bone crockery, it will offer an elegant selection of dainty afternoon tea delights plus an optional glass or two of the finest Champagne that may help get the tongues wagging with all the latest scandal.

And, finally, the Stormont Hotel, located just outside Belfast city, will resume its famous Sunday buffet lunch while still offering a great base for driving, cycling or walking the County Down coastline with nearby attractions including the National Trust properties such as Mount Stewart and Hillsborough Castle, where royalty reside when in Northern Ireland.