Winter has made himself known with lower temperatures and nippy breezes which makes us grateful for our roaring log fire in the nearly complete and ‘facelifted’ lounge. Actually all we need are marshmallows….
Misty Winter Morning
We are all so over blackjack season! It seems like every time ones turns round there is another animal that needs brushing and generally detangling. As the dryness creeps over the lands, it brings with it the worry of fires and the need to do breaks. At least this year, Angelique, Jenny and I will graciously retire and leave it to Wessel and Johan – Phew!
Wyndford is certainly a wonderful place to celebrate special birthdays as we can attest to! George celebrated his seniorship along with family and friends this past weekend (he is now eligible for his 30% discount!!) Remember that the discounts (20% for four night or longer stay) apply over the June / July holidays, so book soon to avoid disappointment. We are also on the snow report and will keep all budding snowman builders informed if there is the possibility of the white stuff arriving at any time!
We currently have a special running of a ‘stay for four days only pay for three’ at the beginning of June. While trying to keep up with technology – and the times – we have attempted to go onto an online booking system, without much success – Ooops! It would appear that we are not able to fit into the norm and so, for now, we will stay with our cheerful office staff on the phone and emails. Ah, the joys of being unique!! Anyway….. back to the special! Give us a call on 058-2230274 or email@example.com find out more of these savings.
Well, it was so exciting to have twin lambs born, it seemed like double the excitement. They were doing really well and it is sad to have to say, that one died this afternoon. We think that she accidentally got tangled with Ponty’s hooves – he was very distressed, not wanting to leave the paddock (he and the sheep have always walked home together) and so tender in trying to nudge it up with his nose. (The down side of farm life…)