Last Sunday we had a trip out to our nearest Brewers Fayre in Llanelli. It was well worth the journey of just over an hour, and as well as showing you what delicious food we enjoyed we also want to share with you what’s happening at Brewers Fayre for half term.
We also want to mention, as this post is part of our Travel Tuesday series, what a fantastic location The Sandpiper is at Llanelli. It has amazing views looking over the Sandy Water Park, which boasts fantastic walks along The Millennium Coastal Path, a lake, and it is a few minutes from the beach. The Llanelli Central West Premier Inn next door is a perfect base for exploring this part of Wales, there is lots to do nearby including Pembrey Country Park – a fantastic park with a dry ski slope, Go Ape centre and walks to the beach. There is plenty of shopping at Trostre, and you must visit The Llanelli Wetlands Centre which is a beautiful nature reserve. You can make sure you are fuelled for the day with breakfast at The Sandpiper, and enjoy lunch or dinner whilst the children play. It makes a perfect mini break. Now back to Brewers Fayre….
Mummy used to visit Brewers Fayre regularly when my brother and sisters were younger (way before I was born) as the food was always good and the play area was great too. We last visited this one – The Sandpiper when I was a baby, and everyone had a great meal then too. We were very excited to be asked to visit again, to see what was on offer at Brewers Fayre for half term.
The website has full details of all the various food offers such as two meals from £10, Kids eat Free for breakfast, the special yummy kids menus and more. They also offer free unlimited refills on certain soft drinks such as Pepsi, and on Costa coffee too (yes, Mummy was in heaven!)
I chose a chicken breast with chips and peas, with ice cream and chocolate sauce for £4.49 Mummy wanted the spinach and ricotta lasagne, with salad and garlic bread whilst Lea had the ultimate sausage and mash inside a giant yorkshire pudding with cabbage. Luke went for the full rack of ribs with BBQ sauce and chips. YUM!
With as much pop as they wanted, and coffee for Mummy, the whole meal cost £52 for the four of us. This included the magnificent desert platter with warm chocolate and caramel sauce. Oh my the brownies and marshmallows were GOOD!
Afterwards, Lea and Luke took me into the Dennis the Menace play area – they have some tables in there too where parents can eat or have a drink whilst watching their children play. Mummy sat with her coffee whilst we went off to explore. It cost Mummy £3 for 90 minutes and there was a den with a big screen playing dance music, disco lights and balloons. I ran off into the big play structure with ball pool, slides and much more. There was also a section for younger tots only.
We had a good look at the posters telling us what was happening at Brewers Fayre for half term and it looks so much fun.
So what is going on at Brewers Fayre for half term?
They will be offering value and fun over February half term in the soft play adventure at one of their Play at Brewers Fayre sites, with recently refurbished Beano themed soft play areas. There will be special half term Beano activity sheets and each child will leave with a Beano balloon. There will be a disco at certain venues on Friday 19 or Saturday 20 February too.
So check the Brewers Fayre website to find your nearest one, and head over there for some Half Term Havoc!
Have you visited Brewers Fayre before?