Sunday, 22 March 2015

Breakfast With The Easter Bunny

If you are fed up with chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate at Easter then I have the solution for you!!

Instead of giving the kids an Easter egg, why not treat them to either breakfast or afternoon tea with the Easter Bunny??

Wyevale Garden Centres are offering you the opportunity to have either an amazing cooked breakfast or delicious afternoon tea in their homely tearooms along with Easter cookie decorating, colouring activities and a visit from the gift bearing Easter Bunny him/herself.

And with over 140 centres spanning the country you are sure to find a centre near you. Check HERE to find your nearest centre, and HERE to book your place.

Our Experience 

We were greeted by the lovely Gemma who showed us to our breakfast area; a section of seating away from the main area of the restaurant which was styled in an Easter and Alice In Wonderland theme. Pretty pastel coloured table decorations with hanging `eat me`, `drink me` and playing card bunting. A little table in the corner was decorated with spring flowers, giant tea cups and cute little rabbits and lambs.

`Alice` was our waitress for the morning and took our food and drink order, whilst we were waiting for our breakfast the kids were given colouring in and activity packs to do which went down very well.

Only a few minutes later our amazing breakfast was served. The children had scrambled eggs, baked beans, hash brown and toast. Us adults had a full English which was so tasty, the bacon was so thick and tasty and I loved the idea of the baked beans being served in a tea cup as not everyone likes there entire breakfast covered in baked bean sauce.

Once breakfast was over with it was time to decorate a shortbread Easter egg biscuit. Each child was provided with a selection of toppings with a massive piping tube of icing...the kids went a bit crazy with the piping tube!!

After the kids had decorated the biscuits to their liking (and eaten half of the toppings!!) the Easter Bunny made an appearance. S/he spent some time with each child allowing them to show off their creations and then returned with a basket full of goodies for each of them...a choice of stuffed teddy, a tub of chocolate eggs and a Lindt chocolate rabbit.

This whole Easter breakfast experience has been amazing from start to finish and definitely worth a lot more than £9.99 per child and £7.99 per adult for a full English and £3.99 for a coffee and pastry.

A huge thank you to Gemma and the team at the Wimborne centre for such a lovely experience..I loved it so much that I have booked in Ben`s 2nd birthday party at their soft play area in a few weeks!!

This is my honest review of Wyevale event services in exchange for a free Easter Breakfast experience for myself and family.


  1. Breakfast with the Easter Bunny! It sounds super amazing. I also will host such a DIY party for my son’s birthday and will host a grand party at one of the local garden themed San Francisco venues. My kids and their cousins all are super excited for this bash.