|Ready for action at Ribby Hall Bar & Grill.|
|Flattening out the dough.|
|How much cheese can you get on a pizza?|
|Ready for the Pizza Oven!|
I was really impressed that the chef on realising we were vegetarians, put the finished pizzas on their own tray. While they were cooking, the children had the opportunity to have a quick boogie on the dancefloor, doing the YMCA and the Conga. There was a real party atmosphere and Freddy, as ever, loved partying with his big sisters who dote on him.
|Ribby Hall Conga|
|Blowing his pizza as it was hot!|
|Yummying it up!|
Tomorrow we are heading off to Blackpool which is just ten minutes up the road. We have tickets to review the Dungeons with the older children which will be interesting! So watch this space for some scarier stuff this Christmas. Ribby Hall really is extremely well located, a tranquil, rural setting which is very close to the hustle and excitement of Blackpool and its attractions.
As Freddy was so exhausted, I took my girls out for a meal at the Bar & Grill, leaving Daddy and Freddy in the cottage to relax. Nana and Grandad decided to join us for dinner. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful and the food was lovely with a Vegetarian Specials Board which gave us lots of options. We chose the Mushroom and Leek Carbonara which was really tasty and presented really nicely. We'll be having our Christmas Lunch here so I'm looking forward to that. The restaurant is very relaxed, definitely a benefit with kids! Our waitress offered to split our bill and nothing was too much trouble.
|The girls and the grandparents x|