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Review: Breakfast with Santa at Brewers Fayre


Last Sunday we were kindly invited to a special Breakfast with Santa event at Brewers Fayre, Loggans Moor, Hayle #BFBreakfastWithSanta. This post provides a quick run down of how the morning unfolded!

Breakfast with Santa at Brewers Fayre

The kids had a lovely plated cooked breakfast with sausages, bacon, scrambled egg, hash browns and beans, whilst the adults could enjoy a Full English or the Continental breakfast option. There were blueberry muffins, croissants, pain au chocolat, fresh fruit, cereal, pancakes and yogurt (my favourite Yeo Valley Lemon Curd yogurt!). Special dietary requirements or allergies were catered for too.

Breakfast with Santa at Brewers Fayre

After breakfast the soft play opened and all three of them ran straight in to burn off some excess energy. I think there will be a lot of excess energy over the next few weeks and this was the perfect way to tire them out a bit.

Breakfast with Santa at Brewers Fayre

There was a lovely lady doing face painting too.

Breakfast with Santa at Brewers Fayre

Then it was time for the kids to meet Santa...a very realistic one at that. Unfortunately Heidi cried at the very sight of him so she missed out on the giant crackers. Overwhelmed I think the word is.

Despite Heidi's reluctance to sit on Santa's knee, all three of them had a lovely morning of festive fun. The staff played their part too, wearing their elf costumes with pride and ensuring the event ran as smoothly as it could. Some Christmassy music would have been nice to add to the atmosphere, but it's still November I suppose. Plenty of time for that!

Breakfast with Santa at Brewers Fayre

Breakfast with Santa can be booked now at your local Brewers Fayre. Santa will be stopping by on the 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th December 2016.

Disclosure: My family were invited to preview Breakfast with Santa at Brewers Fayre, Loggans Moor, Hayle. All thoughts are my own.

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