Christmas Time in Gerrards Cross
It’s that time of year where the days are getting shorter, nights are getting colder, and mince pies are starting to appear on the shelves; and we all know that means Christmas is fast approaching! There are loads of spectacular events taking place around Gerrards Cross this winter to get you into the Christmas spirit. The 2nd of December is the Gerrards Cross Christmas Fair and Christmas Lights Switch-on, which sees local businesses fill the streets with stunning Christmas stalls. The Bull Hotel staff will be attending the event, handing out mulled wine and mince pies to help you enjoy the festivities, so be sure to come and say hello!
On Sunday 6th December the streets of Marlow will see hundreds of Santas running and walking 5km in aid of charity! The Santa’s Fun Run is giving every entrant a free Santa suit or children’s t-shirt, and Sir Steve Redgrave will be presenting awards to the winners. If it’s a bit of culture you’re after this festive season, don’t miss the Gerrards Cross Christmas Book Fair on Saturday 12th December. Or why not bring along friends and family to join in the festive fun at the Cliveden Christmas Trail? Cliveden’s National Trust Gardens will be hosting a Christmas activity trail on various dates throughout November and December; perfect for finding some early stocking fillers!
During all these wonderful festive events, the Bull Hotel provides the perfect place to just sit back and relax. Over the Christmas period we have loads of fantastic packages and seasonal specials for everyone to enjoy. You can treat the little ones to a magical Breakfast or Lunch with Santa, or celebrate with friends and family at one of our Festive Lunches or Dinners. You can let us do the hard work on Christmas Day and indulge in a spectacular buffet lunch in one of our beautiful event suites, or enjoy an exquisite 5-course meal in Beeches Restaurant! To find out more about Christmas at The Bull, take a look over our Christmas pages, call us on 01753 202919 or email us at [email protected]
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