Wake the Dead - March 17-18, 2018
The family of the poor, dearly, departed Patrick Joseph Patrick gathers to mourn that darlin’ man after following his coffin into the room. But, like most Irish wakes, this one winds up in a real “donnybrook.” Besides the grieving, strong-willed widow, Bridget, there’s her oldest, Seamus; her favorite child, Daniel, his wife Maureen; and the baby, Martin, who is “almost” a priest. (Actually, he’s not even in the seminary yet, but don’t let Bridget hear you say that! In her eyes, he’s already a priest. And that is THAT.) The only one missing is Daniel’s twin, Donald. He is represented at the wake by his American wife, Maggie. When one of them “joins” Patrick during the wake, the investigation begins, including a visit to the scene of the crime

Join us at the wake of dear Patrick J Patrick - just in time for St Patrick's Day! Dress in your most outrageous funeral attire and join us for a fun filled Saturday evening wake and a night of mystery and clues throughout the hotel! A mid morning Sunday brunch will reveal 'who-dun-it'!

Performed by a professional troupe under the guidance of Mysteries by Moushey, be prepared for a saintly good time and plenty of green beer!

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As all of our rooms are unique, we wanted to keep this package process simple, so we have combined room types and will be offering rooms in the order we receive reservations. We are offering two room types -- one bed, and two beds per room.

The prices listed below are per guest and include the weekend performance, one nights stay, Saturday evening dinner, a Sunday brunch and all gratuities. You can add a second nights stay for 1/2 off the regular room price!

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