The girls got a super special invite to go and get a sneak preview of the tasty Brewers Fayre menu and spent some time in the company of the main man himself – Santa.
Brewers Fayre this Christmas has a great treat lined up for the whole family, every weekend from 5th December between 10am and 11.30am you can bring the kids to visit Santa’s Grotto and they get a great little Beano Annual 2016 as a gift. If you can’t make those dates they also have Monday 21st to Thursday 24th!! Perfect for busy parents. On all the tables, there were colouring activities, crayons and pencils for the kids to play with too. It’s £8.99 per child, and I thought that was a fair price considering what is involved and that your child won’t be waiting in line, in the cold for hours before getting to see Santa.
The kids helped themselves to a great selection of pastries, lots of juice and they LOVED the cooked breakfast. We are breakfast people, it’s our favourite meal of the day so it’s a big deal if they really enjoy it.
Breakfast with Santa with Brewers Fayre is also great as adults can enjoy a nice cup of coffee while the kids play, (if your Brewers Fayre has a play area) and enjoy a little bit of a time out too. Not to mention no dishes…
My Eldest is 8, and when she returned home she said that even though she was older, Santa made me feel special and that is a big deal when you are growing up, keeping a little bit of the magic.
If you aren’t convinced, not sure a breakfast with Santa is for you, have a look at the two beaming faces in the photograph below and let that little one convince you that you and your children will have a wonderful time.
Be sure to book online in advance, you can do that here Breakfast with Santa with Brewers Fayre by clicking Book and following the on-screen instructions. We were invited along to try out the breakfast and meet Santa, all opinions are our own. Photographs not taken by myself.