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Prices in EUR
2 nights/3 days
with 1 Opera performance
4 nights/5 days
with 2 Opera performances
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This dignified English country hotel (national classification 4 stars) is surrounded by parkland small lakes and streams. The 19th century mansion offers elegant ambience, excellent 2 rosette cuisine, comfortable individual decorated rooms, lounge, Spa, swimming pool, tennis courts and gym.
This charming elegant boutique country residence is an elaborately renovated 16th century mansion. Situated in a dream like English garden embodying a stylish ambience. Gourmet international cuisine, (awarded 3 rosettes and 1 Michelin star), extensive wine cellar, classic lounge and bar and exemplary service. This hotel with its unique charm we call it unofficially 4 star select (s
Luxurious rural hotel (category 5 Stars). Built in 1883 this Victorian villa has a modern extension offering total luxury to the discerning traveller. Surrounded by a beautiful 38 hectares of parkland, with its timelessly elegant ambience, exquisite, individually decorated rooms, two excellent, award-winning restaurants serving British and international cuisine (1 Michelin star / 4 Rosettes and 2 Rosettes), a cozy wine cellar, a tasteful lounge and bar and courteous, friendly service.
Bed and Breakfast
Cozy and comfortable B & B’s selected near the Glyndebourne Opera Festival. You can rely absolutely, that we will book the best B & B from our perspective.
The tradition of wearing evening dress during the events comes from the founder of the Glyndebourne Festival John Christie. Formal wear is worn as a kind of respect the audience pays to the artists.
The official definition of dress code is "Black Tie" for men and correspondingly elegant evening dress (long or short) for the ladies. This dress code is very common, but not mandatory.
If you have chosen the gourmet style picnic in the break, please do not forget to bring an extra warm clothing (like a pashmina shawl, a sweater or jacket).
Changing facilities are available on the premises of the Glyndebourne Opera.
Please note that the organizer reserves to refuse guests with inadequate clothing and / or shoes the access to the premises of the event, or ask you to leave.
The unique Opera Festival in Glyndebourne was established as early as 1934 in the estate of the Christie family in southern England Sussex and is considered a British Institution. They are part of the so-called country-operas, the English term "Country House Opera" is more appropriate. Glyndebourne Festival is established as financially independent, receives no government grants and is funded by two private charities.
The event site will open for your visitors about 2 hours before the start of performances.
Note to the occupation information: Since the occupation of an opera or a concert may also change in the short term, therefore, subject to all the information available.