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Living in the Southern Hemispere means that Christmas is hot, and where I live it can get very hot. A couple of years ago we had 42C on Christmas day, accompanied by high humidity. So very energetic celebrations are out of the question, unless a swimming pool is somehow involved.
Hi Hugh. Our maximum capacity is 16 so our large groups are not that big.
For anything over 8 we do buffet. Our standard menu is muesli/granola and yoghurt with fruit, then bacon eggs, baked beans, mushrooms, eggs with occasional extras like tomato, and aubergine. Add to this two types of bread, either plain or toast, with a selection of jams, venison sausages and tea/coffee/ fruit juice.
Small groups, half an hour. Large groups about 90 minutes with 2 doing the work.
maybe Booking.com should have a section to mention dietary requirements.