There now follows a party political broadcast on behalf of anyone who wants to enjoy a relaxing and peaceful Christmas holiday away from it all.
Our lovely Tom’s Barn, a great favourite with dog lovers and non dog-lovers alike, is still available for Christmas! We find it hard to believe but it is true. Usually by this time, building up to a crescendo right up until Christmas, we are turning away people who have set their hearts – too late – on Christmas in one of our barns…
So you are still in with a chance. For £625 all found, you would have your perfect Christmas setting – complete with little tree and tasteful decorations. (Dogs wishing to celebrate Christmas with their owners will have to pay £25 each for the privilege!).
Whether Christmas will be hot and sunny, grey and wet, or crisp and white, who knows? But what we do know is that once inside the world that is Tom’s Barn, with the log burner blazing, music quietly playing, possibly your dog dozing happily at your feet, mouth-watering smells wafting over from that meal you have knocked up/ordered earlier, you’ll feel so happy and relaxed you won’t even know or care what the weather is doing outside.
That is a totally fulfillable promise: we won’t be singing any ‘We’re sorries!”.
And that is the end of the party political broadcast from Tom’s Barn.
Phew – you can turn the sound back on now… And do click on this link if you happened to want to book or check if it has gone yet.
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