New Years Eve
New Years Eve Party Solihull
Have you made plans for New Years Eve in Solihull yet? If not, why not attend the Limes Country Lodge Hotel for the biggest New Years Eve party in Solihull? This year, we are welcoming you to dance your way into 2020 in style, with our resident DJ keeping the tunes and atmosphere flowing into the small hours. Children are welcome, and dining options come in the form of our vast buffet.
Adults – £45pp
Children under 12 – £25pp
Take the pressure off yourself
There are so many reasons for heading to the Limes if you’ve not already made plans. New Years Eve can be particularly underwhelming if you simply spend the evening at home, and the pressure to entertain can be substantial if you’re tasked with cooking and providing drinks and snacks for family and friends. We can take the pressure away from you when it comes to making the evening truly special, so why not let us do the hard work and book your tickets today? We can help you make New Years Eve in Solihull one to truly remember, whether you’re attending with your friends, family or business colleagues. You can count on us to do everything in our power to help you create memories you’ll be able to cherish forever. Prices are charged at £45 for adults and £25 for children under 12.
About The Limes
The Limes is a family-run hotel-restaurant that offers the perfect backdrop for your New Years celebrations. We are also a leading choice for conferences, events and weddings, with our venue sitting in a picturesque setting on the Solihull-Warwickshire boundary. Our grounds are home to six acres of lush countryside and are located a short distance away from the local motorway network. Facilities include complimentary Wi-Fi and 18 stylish, modern rooms as well as a welcoming bar. We are also proud recipients of The Best of the Midlands ‘Hidden Gem Award’.
The history of New Years Eve
It’s thought that New Years Eve was first celebrated around 2000 BC in Mesopotamia, with people taking part in rituals such as crowning kings. It’s said the new year was actually celebrated in March when the Ancient Roman calendar followed the lunar cycle. The decision was then made to follow the solar year, with the new year beginning in January from 46 B.C. One reason for this was to pay respect to the two-faced god Janus, who looked to the past and future simultaneously. It’s believed that the tradition of making New Years Resolutions is linked to the time when the Mesopotamians promised the gods they would improve their behaviour during the following year.
You are welcome to get in touch with us at any point if you do have any queries about what The Limes has to offer, including our New Years Eve party in Solihull. Reach us today by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 01564 703 444. You can follow us on a range of social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.