Murder Mystery Weekends in the North East

Our murder mystery weekends in the North East allow you to discover our plots and suspects in more depth with one or two night stays in some of the most beautiful locations.

As always you’ll uncover motives, clues and a great plot written in-house here at Tall Tales Mysteries and you can get involved as much or as little as you wish. We always give you a reason to be at our murder mysteries and that continues with our weekend murder mysteries too.

But our murder mystery weekends in the North East give you more time to spend with our shady suspects, more time to puzzle out whodunit and even more fun.

Murder mystery weekends in the North EastThis coming March you can join us at the stunning Crathorne Hall Hotel, near Yarm, where we’re stepping back into the 1930s as twins Greta and Ottilie Lovelace are about to celebrate their 21st birthday – and you’re invited!

Our one night murder mystery starts with a cream tea, continues over dinner and concludes over breakfast but you can always stay longer in this lovely house. Why not find out more about the hotel here.

Or in May you can enjoy a two night break at Whitworth Hall Hotel, near Spennymoor, County Durham, where you become one of the distant relatives of the Worth family gathering to make a decision on whether to sell or keep the Worth sweet empire.

This murder mystery is set around two nights starting on Friday evening over dinner and offering you the chance to investigate a crime scene on Saturday before concluding on Sunday after breakfast. You can find out more about Whitworth Hall and its lovely deer park here.

We guarantee you a murder or two at all of our murder mystery weekends in the North East and a great dollop of entertainment from our experienced murder mystery actors in luxury surroundings as you put your powers of deduction to the test.

Our murder mystery weekends start from £180 per person for a one night stay.

Want to find out more? Call Sara on 07833 715504 or email



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