FleetingDays is a one day family-friendly festival held in the estate grounds of elegant country house hotel The Elvetham, set in 35 acres of beautiful gardens.
The Elvetham Estate is ingrained with over a century of English history which is woven through its ancient oaks and parklands.
The Elvetham Hotel
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The festival will be signposted on arrival and parking is available on-site
The Elvetham has a long history of hosting infamous parties, it's believed that Shakespeare himself performed on this site for Elizabeth I at a pageant held in her honour. The Elvetham is delighted to continue the tradition of hosting fabulous events at this historic location
The Elvetham is a dog friendly venue and well-behaved dogs are welcome at FleetingDays
The Elvetham is the site where Eadric the Wild plotted against William the Conqueror in the 11th Century, where King John gathered his nobles in readiness for war with France in 1205, and where King Henry VIII fell in love with Jane Seymour, his third wife and mother of his longed-for heir
Should you wish to stay at the hotel, dog friendly and family rooms are also available to book