A wonderful way of making your property stand out is by organising an event, this could be something held inside your property or perhaps within your grounds or even a tour of the local area. Obviously, the events that you can put on, depend entirely on what type of property you have and what’s available to do in your local area, but we’ve put together a list of ideas to inspire you:
Murder mystery evening
Everyone’s a suspect, when an evening of fine dining turns into guests playing detective and searching for clues to track down the murderer before it’s too late.
Gather local wine aficionados, to learn, taste and get merry.
For people who like to experience their brew with a little more than just a splash of milk and and dash of sugar.
Why not help local musicians, singers and bands showcase their talent at your property?
Host a comedy night
Make em’ laugh with an evening of entertainment.
Host a treasure hunt
A scavenger hunt could be a great way for your guests to explore and get to know the local area!
Easter egg hunt
Get the kids hopping mad on chocolate before sending them home.
Get a Geocaching group together
Make sure you stock up on little treats to leave the next explorers. Find out more here.
Do you have spooky going on’s in your property? Why not whip out the ouji boards and scare your guests?
Do some dancing
Teach a course
Host a BBQ
Get those sausages sizzling on a hot day to pull in the guests.
Hold a quiz night
Get groups together to show off their general knowledge with a quiz night.
Show off your expert knowledge about your local area by offering a guided tour of the nearby attractions, you could even make packed lunches for the day too!
Start a metal detector club
Get your guests searching for old coins and relics.
If you live in a fossil hunting hotspot, teach your guests how to find their own ammonite or dino tooth to take home with them.
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Do you hold events at your property? Let us know what we can find at your property in the comments!