Herefordshire's magical Dewsall Court is inviting guests to discover their wild side on an exciting journey through the senses. The Grade II listed country retreat is hosting 'Where the Wild Things Rave', an immersive dinner based on medicinal and foraged herbs followed by an evening of uninhibited dancing.

The evening event takes place from 6.30 until midnight on 17 June 2017. Guests will be collected by magic bus from Hereford and taken to the idyllic ten-bedroom property, which is set in 15 acres of grounds in the heart of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside and is the perfect setting for the party.

On arrival at the stunning celebration house, guests will be welcomed with Chase distillery cocktails created by Thom Williams and led on a wild route through the gardens and grounds to the recently refurbished Wainhouse Barn, where the sensory event will take place.

Sporting a rustic yet stylish look, the Wainhouse Barn has intricate mandalas on the floor and stunning iron work provided by a local blacksmith. For the event itself, the barn will feature a Hanging Gardens of Babylon installation, dressed with fresh blooms and trailing foliage and will showcase moving projections by Bristol artist collective, Limbic Cinema.

The immersive dinner created by Dewsall's in-house chefs will be based on edible flowers and medicinal, foraged herbs such as lovage, pink fir, wild garlic, sea fennel and sweet cicely, all famed for giving natural highs and mood boosters. The mouth-watering menu which features wild rabbit, oysters, pigeon, cod and clams, will be accompanied by specially selected cocktails from the family owned single-estate Chase Distillery in Herefordshire. Information about the natural, locally-sourced produce will be shared during the evening by a special guest.

At the end of the meal, the Wild Chocolate Club will provide a shot of raw cacao before George Oscar of Set it Out DJ's unleashes a legendary conscious clubbing experience. One of the best super foods on the planet, raw cacao gives a huge energy boost, opening the heart and awakening the mood-elevating neurotransmitters in the brain.

When the dancing comes to an end, the magic Dewsall bus will be waiting to return revellers back to Hereford.

Early bird tickets are available for £39 per person, or £49 for late birds. For those wanting to combine the event with an overnight stay in one of the main house's 10 individually designed bedrooms, all with feature bedrooms, Dewsall Court is offering a package priced at £145 per person on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.