Festive dining deals at Rove Hotels

The property’s restaurant will feature Christmas and New Year’s dinner and breakfast buffets

Festive dining offerings include the Holiday Bench Brunch and the Family Festive dinner at The Daily
Festive dining offerings include the Holiday Bench Brunch and the Family Festive dinner at The Daily

Rove Hotels has launched a range of festive experiences and dining offerings at each of its properties. 

Festive dining offerings include the 'Holiday Bench Brunch' hosted on December 20, 2019 at The Daily restaurant which features a buffet of pastries, cheeses, cereals and fresh fruits. 

The 'Family Festive Dinner', held on December 24 and 25 include a family sharing meal along with a choice of a glass of wine or beer.

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Hosted on December 25, the 'After-Presents Long Breakfast' features a selection of cheeses, assorted cereals, fresh fruit and juices as well as a choice of a main dish from the kitchen.

The 'Cheeky NYE' offer on December 31, 2019 features a selection of cheeses along with salad and dessert buffets.

Finally the 'Mellow Breakfast' at The Daily features a buffet breakfast inclusive of a main course dish from the kitchen on January 1, 2020.

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