Socially Superlative was on site for the sneak peek of The Springs newest seasonal venture, Donner & Blitzen’s Reindeer Lounge, their transformation for the holiday season. The space has been completely decked out with digital fireplaces, grandiose Christmas trees, a candy cane wall and lights galore.
If you go to one of the holiday parks in the, you’re in for a treat. One of the most popular ones is John Fowler Holiday parks, but there are many others, so it’s important to look at several of them, decide which ones you most want to see, and possibly go to several while you’re on your holiday. You can find out more about holiday parks Isle of Wight here.
It’s easy to see that there is something for everyone, and there are many more holiday parks available. Which one you go to for your holiday has to be based on two things: the area that you’ll be in and what you want to do while you’re there. If you’re still open to where you’re going to go you might want to first find the holiday park or parks that offers options most closely related to what you’d like to do, and then decide to use them as your starting point for where you’re going to go on your holiday.
The cost of these accommodations is sure to be a bargain compared to most hotels. The added bonus is that if you have a self-catered kitchen you may be able to cook together as a family with fresh ingredients bought at a local market or caught on your fishing line. Not only will it make the holiday more special it can also help you save on expenses. Holiday parks are more than a place to sleep. Most parks have amenities to make your stay fun for everyone in the family. Swimming pools, either indoors or out, can be a fun way to relax. A “park” is a newer feature offered by some parks with fountains and fun water activities.
It can be difficult finding a holiday destination that the whole family will enjoy. With a range of ages and preferences, it is a challenge to find one spot that will please everyone. It is easy, however, if you chose to spend your holiday time at holiday parks in North Wales. Holiday parks, also known as caravan parks, offer something for every member of the family.
Holiday parks often cater to families, and plan fun family activities for everyone to enjoy. Activities can include learning how to swim, with lifeguards always on duty. Children may also enjoy learning how to play other sports, such as football, archery, tennis or golf. These activities are typically available for youngsters at caravan parks, with individual lessons and group activities so that everyone can join in.
But the décor wasn’t the only thing that has changed. The menu has been adjusted to offer holiday favorites like fondue, the Office Party Cookie Plate, Fried S’mores and my favorite holiday party staple, onion dip, chips and veggies in a festive platter.
The fun doesn’t stop there; a plethora of holiday cocktails that will make anyone sluggish the next day has been concocted for the occasion. Case and point, there’s a cocktail called, Nog-Gonna Make it To Work Tomorrow, which is comprised of Egg Nog, Orgeat & Mt. Gay Black Barrel Aged Rum. We also tried the Slushy Frozen Peppermint Bark Latte, which was a refreshing mix of mint and coffee and the hot drinks, Festivus, Mulled Wine, Cognac, Cider and Spices and the Ski Life, Hot Chocolate spiked with Monkey Shoulder Scotch and dressed with Malt and Marshmallows.
Donner & Blitzen’s Reindeer Lounge is a great place to bring friends for photos ops, visitors from out of town or someone you might want to cozy up next to in front of a digital fire. Follow the Reindeer Lounge’s Instagram and website to stay informed of programming that will follow this month, including DJs on the weekends and ugly sweater parties every day of the week. Make it count since the pop up closes December 30th!
– Stephanie Carino