Santa’s Magical Forest 2018

Take a Magical Trip on board the Christmas Train around Santa’s Magical Forest

Nestled in the mystical forest in the mountains of Pomeroy, Santa and his friends are waiting to meet you.  With a sprinkling of magic dust, let your imagination and Christmas spirit take you to a world of fun and excitement.  At the Santa’s Magical Forest your adventure begins once you enter Santa’s clubhouse. Christmas songs and music, along with some refreshments, get you ready for a journey you shall never forget.  As you are whisked away to catch the train, you never know who you might meet!  The lights of the train may dazzle you, but hold on tight there’s more magic to unfold. Hop onboard the Pomeroy Express and keep a look out for the village where you might see the reindeers resting before their journey, the busy elves and maybe even Santa himself!

There is also a Christmas shop on site full of sweets and treats with Christmas mementos galore.

PACKAGE 1 – Accommodation Package

Our fantastic Santa’s Magical Forest Accommodation Package includes Bed, Breakfast, Dinner, your ticket to Santa’s Magical Forest, Supper and use of our luxurious leisure facilities.   Available Friday 7th December, Saturday 8th December, Friday 14th December and Saturday 15th December 2018

Prices – £95.00 per adult sharing, £37.00 per child over 4, £27.00 per child under 4

PACKAGE 2 – Carvery Lunch Package

Enjoy a delicious 4 course Carvery Lunch in our Cellar Restaurant then make your way to Santa’s Magical Forest for an afternoon of fun.  Available on Sunday 2nd, 9th and 16th December 2018

Prices – £33.50 per adult, £26.00 per child.

Both packages exclude photo and transport to and from Santa’s Magical Forest.

For further information contact us at 028 86764949 or email info@glenavonhotel.co.uk

£15.00 per person deposit required at time of booking for all packages.

When buying a package you agree to Santa’s Magical Forest terms and conditions.

 

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