This month saw the launch of Butlins' new rock’n’roll diner that transports guests back to the glamorous age of the 1950s.

The company has created the family restaurant using authentic memorabilia from its past as well as bringing the spirit of British 1950s culture to life.

To begin, guests can tuck into starters such as popcorn chicken bites, buffalo chicken wings and messy nachos. Main courses include ribs and a variety of hot dogs and gourmet burgers, wraps, steak and salads. Guests with a sweet tooth can tuck into treats such as sundaes, banana splits, cherry pie and chocolate fudge cake.

As well as finding a DJ at the jukebox playing rock and roll tunes throughout the day, every 20 minutes diners will be treated to live performances of classic 1950s singing favourites from the diner team.
And for guests celebrating, the diner has a 50s fairground inspired table which can be booked.

A four-night break costs £59 per person, based on four people sharing a silver self-catering apartment for a March 23 arrival.

For further information visit or call 0845-070 4742.

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