Enjoy a traditional English breakfast in the tea-room with your family and meet our special guest, Father Christmas!
A morning of festive joy with food, activities and special gifts given to the children by Santa. After breakfast you can enjoy a story read by Father Christmas himself. Relax and listen, or join in and take part in some audience participation, whatever makes you feel comfortable.
Adults £20 Includes tea and coffee and full English breakfast. Children £15 Includes full English breakfast, juice and a present from Santa. Under 2’s £5 includes present from Santa and beans or egg on toast.
All the money raised from our Christmas events goes towards conservation in the Peak District and helping us look after the places you love. Thank you for your support.
|Ticket type||Ticket category|
|Child Under 2 years old||£5.00|
|Child Over 2 years old||£15.00|
- Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
- Meeting point
Please park in the Ilam Park car park and make your way to the Manifold Tea-room.
- What to bring and wear
Wear your most festive and jolly outfit and if you're exploring the outdoors after, be sure to wrap up warm and wear sturdy shoes, walking boots or wellies.
There is a slope and steps up to the tea-room. There is an accessible toilet. Please let us know if you have any additional needs that we can help with for the event.
*Please note: There are only 32 spaces available per event, this includes adults and under 2s.* Ilam, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 2AZ, please follow the brown signs for Ilam Park. Car park at Ilam Park is free for NT members, for non-members the charge is £4.50 for 4 hours and £6 for all day. Car park open dawn until dusk but we do not allow any overnight car parking. Please bring the correct change for the machine as pay by phone option is not available. Very limited mobile phone signal in the area. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when making your booking.
White Peak Estate Office
Create a beautiful Christmas wreath using natural materials in the morning, enjoy a warming lunch and then learn how to needle felt small decorations to adorn your wreath in the afternoon.