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Let Us Cook Christmas with a 3 Day Break at The Windmill Village

Whether you are true to tradition, or looking for a little difference in the festivities, we at The Windmill Village can ensure you put your feet up this year with our three day festive break. We are offering a residential three day package which will allow us to pamper you and your family with fine food, delicious drink and full comfort.

Most people, young and old, fall into the Christmas spirit and look forward to spending quality time with their family. But many people also find they don’t have two minutes to put their feet up and rest themselves as they have food to prepare, drinks to refill and rooms to tidy.

Well we at The Windmill Village will make sure that everyone has a comfortable Christmas starting the moment you walk through the door; here is just a snippet of the itinerary we have put together.

Christmas Eve:

Arrive and relax in our Leisure Club or bar. You will find a range of drinks to suit your tastes, before joining the management team for pre-dinner drinks and then enjoying a freshly prepared dinner at our in-house restaurant.

Christmas Day:

After you opened presents and worked up an appetite playing with children young and old, come down to a scrumptious breakfast that awaits you before enjoying the traditional Christmas dinner served at midday.

Most people get peckish after the post dinner nap, so enjoy a light buffet supper with games to follow to really get in the Christmas mood.

Boxing Day:

The festivities aren’t quite over yet. After a lie in from a busy previous day, we’ll serve a late brunch which is prepared by our professional, highly qualified chef!

So, don’t get stressed this year, let us take the pressure off by providing you with the perfect Christmas day. The full itinerary is available on our website or alternatively get in touch via one of the methods on our contact page.

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| December 11th, 2012 | Posted in Windmill News |