Bringing WHH to you this Easter

Easter at home


Easter treats to bake with the family!
Throw on an apron, grab your mixing bowls and get baking these delicious treats below!
Download recipe card here!
Download recipe card here!
Remeber to tag us in your baking triumphs, using the
#bringingWHHtoyou #mybaking
It doesn’t stop with the sweet treats…
We also have some special savoury recipes on the way created by our Head Chef Simon Morris.
Be sure to follow us on social media below to download all the recipes we are bringing to you this week!
How to create the perfect Easter Egg Hunt at home!
What could be more fun than eating Easter Eggs? Finding them, of course!
This is a great activity to keep the little ones entertained and creating an Easter egg hunt in your own home couldn’t be easier – all you need is a little planning, and some delicious chocolate…
Here are some of our top tips:
1) Start by getting the kids excited for your Easter egg hunt and let them get creative the day before by designing some signage and clues.
If you need some inspiration we have designed some signs below that you can take a look at, or if you would prefer just download ours and stick them up around the house!
2) Give the little ones a distraction whilst you hide the eggs around the house and garden, or better yet, hide your goodies whilst they are sleeping!
If you are hiding chocolate in the garden we recommend doing this the day of the hunt to stop any animals helping themselves to your goods!
(If you don’t have a garden, just get a little more creative inside and find a few inventive places to stash the treasures)!
3) If your children are older, or you don’t want to miss out on the fun, why not create the ultimate adult Easter egg hunt?
 Just increase the difficulty, find some simple places and some where you would never think to look!
4) The little ones will need somewhere to put the eggs they find…so grab a basket or reusable bag for them to collect their prizes in 
5) If you want to make it more competitive, time your Easter egg hunt to make it even more exciting!
6) Lastly, when the time is up, or all Easter eggs have been found, get everyone to bring their baskets back to base
7) Count the Easter eggs in each basket to see who found the most…
The winner can then be rewarded with a special prize, we’ll leave that part up to you!
To avoid clandestine egg-scoffing and sibling squabbles, once all eggs have been counted share them out equally between each child
We hope you enjoy!
Be sure to tag us in any pictures of your Easter egg hunt using the 
#bringingWHHtoyou #myeasteregghunt
Download Easter Egg Hunt Signs here
The perfect cocktail 
to enjoy this Easter
Although the brasserie is closed for the meantime, our wonderful, much-loved F&B manager, Lionel is bringing you this classic cocktail to enjoy over the Easter weekend!
Click below to download the recipe card, and be sure to take a picture of your cocktail and tag us using the
#bringingWHHtoyou #mybrasseriecocktail
Download cocktail recipe here
Stay in touch with us
Now is a time to remain united and connected, so that we can get through this together and remain stronger than ever…
Therefore we would love to see any photos of how you are spending your time at home, whether it’s baking, taking part in our Easter egg hunt, making a delicious cocktail or sharing snaps of beautiful nature you find on your daily walks, we want to see it…who knows we may even share some of it on our main page!
Click the icons below to follow us on social media, we can’t wait to see what you have been
up to!
Wivenhoe House Hotel
Park Road, Wivenhoe, Colchester, CO4 3FA
01206 863666


find us, however you travel
By car:

Whether approaching Wivenhoe House from London and the South or Ipswich and the North via the A12, take the exit marked Colchester (A133). Follow the A133 towards Clacton, ignore the entrance to the Knowledge Gateway, continue along the A133 then take the B1028 for Wivenhoe before turning right into Boundary Road, then right again into Park Road. The entrance for Wivenhoe House is shared with the University of Essex but Park Road leads you through Wivenhoe Park and you will be able to see the glorious house from the road.

For Sat Nav please use CO4 3FA.

Download our PDF Map

By train:

Colchester station, Colchester Town station, Wivenhoe station and Hythe stations are all between 10-15 minutes from Wivenhoe House by car. Trains run between London (Liverpool Street) and Colchester station every 10-20 minutes. The journey takes around an hour. Also connect with Colchester from Norwich, Ipswich, Felixstowe & Harwich. Some trains from London (Liverpool Street) also stop at Wivenhoe Station. When travelling from the Clacton/Walton direction, alight at Wivenhoe or Hythe Stations.

By plane:

Stansted airport is approximately 45 minutes from Wivenhoe House by car. Helicopter pad coordinates are 603200/223900.