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The Great Art Deco Weekend

1 Feb to 2 Feb 2020

An action packed weekend celebrating the decadent era of the 1920's

Saturday 2nd February

Live Jazz on the Piazza

Join Tim and Liam on the Piazza from 2:00pm and enjoy a cocktail or two in style while being serenaded by live jazz.

The Carrington Hotel history talk with Paul Innes 

Celebrate the Roaring 20s with a talk about the  iconic Carrington Hotel with the Carrington's own historian, Paul Innes. The 20s were an exciting time in the Blue Mountains, Paul Innes said, "Thousands of visitors spilled from train carriages, while many of the wealthy arrived by car, the sleek bodies and exquisite detail glinting as they slid along the driveways of grand hotels, spa retreats and guesthouses . . . The wave of visitors in the 1920s took to the dance floors, the cinemas, went on driving trips, took the “bracing air’’ on brisk bushwalks and took in the live bands, ate out and shopped . . . Edwardian older ladies tut-tutted about the antics of the young “flappers’’ who wore bobbed hairstyles, shapeless clothing that revealed far too much leg, went on unchaperoned drives with boys and, gasp, occasionally flashed their knickers during exuberant dancing."

Contact Paul to book on 0402 483 599 or via email: info@bluemtnshistorytours.com.au - Tickets - $10.00 p/p

The Ballroom

Take a glimpse into the fashion world of the 1920s woman with ‘The Cavalcade of History and Fashion’. Sport and leisure activities were popular in 1920s. More leisure time, less restrictive clothing and raised hemlines made it possible. Come and explore the daytime fashions of the 1920s with ‘The Cavalcade of History and Fashion’- morning dresses, afternoon tea gowns and outfits for sport and leisure pursuits together with their wonderful accessories. Entry is free

The Grand Dining Room

The Great Art Deco Ball in The Carrington Hotel's Grand Dining Room including a three course dinner and beverage package $145.00 p/p tickets available through reception on (02) 4782 1111

Accommodation Packages Available from reservations

Sunday 2nd February

High Tea in the Grand Dining Room

A well loved tradition at The Carrington Hotel, Grand High Tea is the perfect way to while away a Sunday afternoon with unhurried conversation, delicate cuisine and personal service. Offering a fine selection of finger sandwiches, mouth watering cakes, scones with jam and cream and savoury treats all made on the premises by our talented chefs.

Grand high tea: $49.50

Bookings through the Carrington Hotel reception: 02 4782 1111 or email carrington@thecarrington.com.au

The Carrington Hotel history talk with Paul Innes 

Celebrate the Roaring 20s with a talk about the  iconic Carrington Hotel with the Carrington's own historian, Paul Innes. The 20s were an exciting time in the Blue Mountains, Paul Innes said, "Thousands of visitors spilled from train carriages, while many of the wealthy arrived by car, the sleek bodies and exquisite detail glinting as they slid along the driveways of grand hotels, spa retreats and guesthouses . . . The wave of visitors in the 1920s took to the dance floors, the cinemas, went on driving trips, took the “bracing air’’ on brisk bushwalks and took in the live bands, ate out and shopped . . . Edwardian older ladies tut-tutted about the antics of the young “flappers’’ who wore bobbed hairstyles, shapeless clothing that revealed far too much leg, went on unchaperoned drives with boys and, gasp, occasionally flashed their knickers during exuberant dancing."

Contact Paul to book on 0402 483 599 or via email: info@bluemtnshistorytours.com.au - Tickets - $10.00 p/p

The Ballroom

Take a glimpse into the fashion world of the 1920s woman with ‘The Cavalcade of History and Fashion’. Sport and leisure activities were popular in 1920s. More leisure time, less restrictive clothing and raised hemlines made it possible. Come and explore the daytime fashions of the 1920s with ‘The Cavalcade of History and Fashion’- morning dresses, afternoon tea gowns and outfits for sport and leisure pursuits together with their wonderful accessories. Entry is free