Five reasons to get into the festive spirit by having lunch with Santa on Christmas Eve

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News from Santa CCTV Five reasons to get into the festive spirit by having lunch with Santa on Christmas Eve The Cruin, on the banks of Loch Lomond, are hosting an afternoon of fun for the kids. FORGET about Lapland, this year Christmas is coming to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. There are just 106 sleeps until the big day and, as far as we are concerned, it's never too early to get into the festive spirit. So we're making a list, we're checking it twice, and making sure we're all set for the festivities. At the top of our wish list is a special day spent in the company of the big man himself. Here are five reasons why lunch with Santa on Christmas Eve at the Cruin in Arden should be on your list too. Food glorious food One of the best bits about the holiday period is being able to indulge in hearty meals and sweet treats without feeling too guilty. So why restrict yourself to a festive feast on Christmas Day? The Christmas Eve event kicks off at noon with a lunch consisting of a main course and dessert. Plus, there's no washing up afterwards! Presents galore Christmas just wouldn't be the same without a gift to unwrap. And, once plates are cleared and tummies are full, presents will be delivered by none other than Santa himself. READ MORE Here's how your family can enjoy lunch with Santa on the banks of Loch Lomond Fun and games Santa will then play a game with the kids, keeping them entertained until 1.30pm, before reading a story by the fire. Stunning setting We can't promise snow, but we can promise you'll be wowed by the surroundings. The Cruin is a unique family-owned venue situated on the banks of Loch Lomond, offering views of Ben Lomond and across the loch to Inchmurrin Island. Location, location Father Christmas might be making his way to the venue via his trusty sleigh but you don't have to. The hotel is less than one hour by car from Glasgow city centre so it's easy to get to. Tickets for lunch with Santa on Christmas Eve at the Cruin cost £10 for children and £15 for adults. News from Santa Cam

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