Christmas Fayre

Ross-on-Wye Christmas Fayre Sunday 25th November 2018!

Have you commenced your Christmas shopping yet? why not attend the Ross-on-Wye Christmas Fayre this Sunday 25th November. Make a last minute getaway and stay with us here at Wilton Court on either the Saturday, Sunday or both evenings.

We would be pleased to offer you our winter warmer special.

Rates from £139.00- £169.00 for two per night to include:

  • welcome tea and coffee served with delicious biscuits
  • Dinner allowance of £30.00 per person
  • English and continental breakfast

All served in our award winning restaurant.

Please call us on 01989 562569 to reserve your accommodation.

The Christmas Fayre will be held from 11;00am-17;00pm.

location: the market house, high street, Ross-on-wye. just a 15 minute stroll from Wilton Court.

This is a great opportunity to soak up the festivity of the beautiful town of Ross-on-wye, which of will have around 40 stalls including handmade local gifts and the beefy boys, a locally sourced beef burger restaurant in Herefordshire which will be selling their mouthwatering beef burgers and the ‘leafy boy’ for our vegetarian guests.

Light switch on will be located at the market house at 4pm. accompanied with singing around the Christmas tree with the Ross town band.

There will also be a Santa’s grotto for our younger guests to enjoy.

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Abergavenny Christmas Food and Drink Fair Sunday 14th December 2014

The fourth Abergavenny Food Festival Christmas Food and Drink Fair takes place on Sunday 14th December  (10.00am – 5.00pm)

Lindy Wildsmith, award winning cook and food writer, will make festive drinks based on recipes from her new book ‘Artisan Drinks’. You will  have plenty of opportunity to sample the results. How about Artisan punch, an elegant liqueur, or a glamorous cocktail? tickets cost  £10.00.

The food Fair will showcase over eighty hand-picked specialist exhibitors so every facet of the festive season is covered: Fresh and cured meats, poultry and game, cheeses and chocolates, cakes and desserts, wines and liqueurs, ales and ciders and a whole lot more. So whether your taste runs to the rare and exotic, the innovative or the traditional the Food and Drink Fair has it all in one bag. No running from shop to shop and getting frazzled. This has to be the most convivial way to get ready to celebrate Christmas with friends and family. Continue reading