You can arrive on either the 30th or 31st December for 2 nights, or the 29th, 30th or 31st December for 3 nights and your stay will include accommodation, a bulging breakfast & dinner each night and free entry into our New Year’s Eve delicious dinner and champagne popping New Year’s Eve party in the Shorecrest.
All breaks include access to our leisure facilities, our daily Mini Moritz kids activities and in-room luxury Cowshed products. Our fabulous Cowshed Spa (open 8.30am-8pm 21st-31st December) will be on hand for some post-party pampering and relaxation (booking essential) and our guest host team will be on hand to help make your stay extra special. Of course the dramatic north Cornish coast will also be on your doorstep- the perfect backdrop to your celebrations!
What more could you ask for?
The St Moritz New Year’s 2 or 3 night break includes dinner, breakfast, accommodation and entry into our Shorecrest New Year’s Eve dinner and party where there will be champagne and canapes served from 7pm, followed by a 5-course dinner (vegetarian option is available) and then DJ and dancing from 10.30pm, before the all-important countdown and dancing ’til 1am.
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*From prices are subject to fluctuation depending on availability. Book early for the cheapest rate.
A non-refundable 50% deposit is taken upon booking for package reservations, with the full balance due 6 weeks prior to arrival.
Booking alterations must be made 6 weeks prior to arrival and will be subject to the agreement of St Moritz Management.
Cancellations must be received in writing.
Package reservations are non-refundable and charged at 100% of the cost of the stay within 6 weeks of arrival.
Monies paid at the time of booking are non-transferable, nor will be given as a credit.
We strongly recommend that your own suitable travel/holiday insurance is in place at the time of booking.
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