Friday, 11 December 2009

Hospitality Package for Kilmarnock vs Celtic

Great almost half price offer for Corporate Hospitality at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock on the 30th of December for the game between Kilmarnock and Celtic.
According to the mailshot you can treat your loved one to a special night out at the Kilmarnock v Celtic game on 30th December.
Hospitality includes
  • Champagne reception
  • Three course meal
  • Complimentary bar
  • Complimentary team sheet and match programme
  • Entertainment by our resident comedian
  • Competitions
  • Executive seating in the West Stand
  • Traditional half time fayre
  • After match complimentary bar
  • Presentation of prizes
  • and Fosters Man of the Match award
The normal price is £180 and as a sign of the times the special offer is only £99 per person plus VAT. You could do a lot worse than add on an overnight stay to yor short break which you could book at the club's own four star Park Hotel in Kilmarnock - it's only about fifteen minutes from Prestwick Airport for cheap Rynair flights from Dublin or the rest of Europe.
Really great end to the corporate year for someone we're sure!

Thursday, 10 December 2009

How about Letterfinlay Lodge this December

I spent a couple of nights on my honeymoon at Letterfinlay so I would say it was special but it is really. Superb location on the loch and some great winter offers. They've just asked us to promote this as well.

"Join us this December at Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel, where the twinkling lights that decorate the hotel and the contagious air of anticipation welcomes you in from the cold.
This year we're hosting festive gatherings with a bit of class!
  • Sumptuous Festive Lunch or Dinner using the best local produce and freshly prepared by our award winning team of chefs 
  • Tea or coffee with home-made Mince Pies 
  • Accommodation available from £30 per person
Advance booking of tables is recommended.  See our website for full details.

Call us on 01397 712 622 to reserve your table.

We look forward to welcoming you to Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel."

Christmas Breaks

We know also that the hotel has some great accommodation breaks and special Festive rates available from the 24th - 26th of December

Special Offer New Year Houseparty in the Highlands!!

Cracking offer for the West Highlands in the mail today from The Onich Hotel.

"All the preparations are already underway and we are almost full for our New Year Houseparty. With just a few rooms still to go we are delighted to be able to offer you our last few rooms at a very special reduced rate:
  • 3 night Houseparty WAS : £425 per person
  • **Special Offer NOW** : £325 per person

A MASSIVE SAVING of £100 per person!
Our Traditional Hogmanay Houseparty is packed full of Musical Entertainment, Dancing, Great Food and warm Highland Hospitality! Package prices are per person for 3 nights and include all evening meals & entertainment as detailed in our New Year Programme. Click here to view the full details.

Call the hotel directly on 01855 821 214 to book or e-mail us here. Don't delay - Book TODAY!

Wednesday, 9 December 2009

Disney Animation for Scottish Highlands!

Pixar has announced that one of its next features is to be set in the Highlands, which could it is said could provide a boost to Scotland’s tourist industry. The Bear and the Bow is a story of a Scottish princess, Merida, who decideds to give up her family name and follow her dream of becoming an archer. It is believed by tourism chiefs that it will help raise Scotland’s profile and lead to an influx of visitors in the same way that Braveheart and Highlander did.

According to Disney's press release,

A rugged and mythic Scotland is the setting for Pixar's action-adventure "The Bear and the Bow." The impetuous, tangle-haired Merida, though a daughter of royalty, would prefer to make her mark as a great archer. A clash of wills with her mother compels Merida to make a reckless choice, which unleashes unintended peril on her father's kingdom and her mother's life. Merida struggles with the unpredictable forces of nature, magic and a dark, ancient curse to set things right. Director Brenda Chapman ("The Prince of Egypt," "The Lion King") and the storytelling wizards of Pixar conjure humor, fantasy and excitement in this rich Highland tale.

A rugged and mythic Scotland? It sounds a bit like The First Minister's Christmas Card - anyway the release date is late 2011 so just in time for a 2012 marketing campaign. Is the bear going to be in favour of independance or against? It could swing an election you know!