Sunday, 29 March 2015

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Wyevale Garden Centre

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Wyevale Garden Centre

Beaux and I spend quite a lot of time at Wyevale Garden Centre he loves looking in the aquarium at the fishes, I love looking at flowers to fill our garden with and we both equally love sharing a cake in the cafe. So we were delighted to be invited to come and have breakfast with the Easter Bunny along with the rest of our little family.

We arrived at Wyevale Garden Centre at 9am and we were greeting by Alice in Wonderland (I say that as if that is her full name Miss Alice In Wonderland) and we were shown to our table. The table was set out with Easter themed activity sheets, little packs of crayons and an adorable little Lindt chocolate rabbit, which was obviously a nice touch for the kids, although trying to convince them not to eat it after their breakfast took some persuading. They took our drinks order, teas, coffees and squash for the kids and shortly bought out our cooked breakfast. We didn't have to wait long which was good as the kids would usually have had breakfast around 8am so were pretty hungry.

Breakfast was delish, a full English breakfast for the adults (bacon, cumberland sausages, fried bread, mushrooms, tomatoes, hash browns, black pudding and beans in a mini teacup, the whole shebang!) the kids had a mini version of sausage, toast, beans and hash brown. Once we finished breakfast we played pin the tail on the bunny, even us adults got involved and each won a Easter chocolate lolly. Every time I see the photo of Beaux's attempt of being blindfolded it makes me giggle and my heart swell.

Later we all called out for the Easter Bunny who had managed to lose his eggs (wink wink) Beaux and Tiger were grinning from ear to ear with excitement as the Easter Bunny told us that if we could help him find them we would get a toy. So all of the kids raced around the Wyevale Garden Centre looking for the simple clues and finding the eggs. As it was raining the hunt was indoors but had it not been the eggs would have been hidden outside amongst the flowers, which was a shame but the kids didn't seem to mind. Once all of the eggs were collected they could exchange them for a soft toy which all three kids were delighted with. 

Finally we 'decorated' or piled as much icing and sweets as we could on top of an egg shaped cookie, had a couple of photos with the Easter Bunny and Alice and said our goodbyes.

We had a lovely breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Wyedale Garden Centre, the breakfast was yummy, the little treats for the kids like the Lindt chocolate rabbit and soft toy were good quality. All three kids enjoyed seeing the Easter Bunny, running around on the egg hunt and doing the activities. We were there for a couple of hours and all just had a lovely time. If you are looking for a special treat over Easter that's fuss free I would recommend it. 

The Easter Bunny breakfast is at the Wyevale Garden Centre until 5th April. Click here to make your booking.

Disclaimer: We were invited to breakfast with The Easter Bunny at Wyevale Garden Centre in exchange for a review, all opinions and photography are my own.

1 comment

  1. We're going for the afternoon tea version on Thursday - I am so excited! x


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