Top 4 Christmas Breaks in Wales
Enjoy the festive season in Wales. If you are looking to getaway for the Christmas holidays, here’s 4 ideas for top Christmas breaks in Wales:
Family Christmas Break
For the ultimate family Christmas break, visit the North Pole in Pembrokeshire. Christmasland at Bluestone will bring the magic of the festive season to life through interactive Christmas experiences with Santa, Mother Christmas, elves and other colourful characters. Pass through North Pole border control where you will be guided by elves to a wintry play paradise featuring Snowballs Pools, Ice Mountain and Chilly Towers.
Luxury Christmas Break
For a luxury Christmas break, go to a traditional country house hotel. Nestled in the countryside of mid Wales the Lake Country House & Spa has Christmas breaks for 2, 3, 4 and 5 nights. Relax in the beautifully decorated house in front of a roaring open fire or unwind in the spa. On Christmas day you’ll be given a champagne reception, five course Christmas lunch, after dinner coffee and liquors, afternoon tea with homemade cakes and evening buffet.
Foodie Christmas Break
For a fantastic Christmas break stay at the Angel Hotel in Abergavenny and visit the Abergavenny Christmas Food Fair on 5th December. Find out why we drink champagne for breakfast with a tutored tasting, browse the market hall, stock up on Christmas goodies and get some top tips on how to cook your turkey.
Christmas Shopping Break
Come to Cardiff the capital of Wales for a Christmas shopping break. Stay in the centre of the city at the Hitlon Hotel Cardiff which is a 5 minute walk to the new St David’s Shopping Arcade. It’s fast becoming one of the UK’s top shopping destinations to visit with big name brands like John Lewis, Hollister, Apple, L.K. Bennet, Reiss and many more. Or if you’re looking for something unique, try the Christmas market situated in the newly renovated castle quarter.
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