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Great night planned

By Tuesday, 27 January 2015 15:53 0
Burns at Tamisa Burns at Tamisa

THE Hotel Tamisa Golf is putting on a spectacular Burns supper.

A fun night is promised with Celtic Dancers and the fantastic Stolen Gnomes Celtic band providing the entertainment for the traditional event. There will of course be a piper on hand.

Costing €39 the price of the ticket includes whisky and all wines. The delicious menu starts off with welcome drinks and Scottish canapés followed by Cock-a-Leekie soup.

Then the traditional haggis, neeps and tatties will be brought to the table before a roast of Aberdeen Angus beef.

To finish off there will be Banoffee pie.

To make a weekend of it there are overnight pack-ages available at the hotel costing from €30 a person for bed and breakfast.

The Hotel Tamisa Golf is on the Fuengirola to Coin road right on Mijas Golf course.
Camino Viejo de Coin Km 3.3 Mijas Costa
Tel 0034/ 952 585 988
[email protected]
www.hoteltamisagolf.com

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