Celebrate Christmas with some seasonal feasting!

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Source: The Guardian

The festive season is fast approaching and gourmet chef Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall tell us, Christmas isn’t just a time for celebrating – but feasting.

And with stuffed birds, slow-roasted meats, mulled wines, creamy cheeses, fresh breads, glazed vegetables, cakes, puddings and more spread across many a Christmas table, it’s little surprise that Christmas t’is the season to be jolly – particularly if you’re a food fan.

But if choosing between turkey, goose, duck, chicken, ham, salmon, beef and other firm Christmas dinner-table favourites is enough to shake a little sparkle from the season, why not indulge in more than one festive feast this winter?

Just the thought of leaving the basting and stuffing and peeling and plucking to the kitchen-bound Nigellas, Hestons, Gordons and Jamies is enough to have my mouth-watering – and that’s before I’ve even got to thinking fondly of the brandy-butter and mince pies to be eaten during an indulgent dinner break.

Whether you’re looking to shop and feast on a two night break before Christmas day itself, or want to retreat far from home and bickering relatives long-after the crackers have been pulled, we’ve two night dinner breaks to top hotels and destinations across the UK to choose from – ensuring that you can wine and dine in true Christmas spirit.

So whether you’re looking to go to historic Stratford-upon-Avon – home of the bard – or glamorous Glasgow, you’ll find plenty to tickle your taste buds.

And even if you’re not fussed about the thought of Christmas dinners themselves and are a bit more “bah humbug!” when it comes to the festive season, you’ll be able to make sure that you don’t miss out on the gastronomic delights with our UK hotel and dinner package deals throughout the year.

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