Heading away on a holiday is dreamy. You’ve got your best pants packed, your sunhat floating in the breeze, suncream at the ready and then you arrive at your gorgeous destination and there’s absolutely nothing in the fridge. No milk for your cuppa, no bread or cheese to sample whilst languishing on the lawn. You have to take your gorgeous sunhat and suncream smelling self down to the local supermarket and ruin your holiday experience in one fell swoop.
Fear not fellow sunbathers!
Welcome Pack is just that. A little welcome “hello” as you land in your hotel, bach or accommodation, waiting for you to guzzle, settle and get into your holiday groove. A delicious selection of packs for you to choose and be there ready and waiting.
Three to choose from (or all three!) ‘The Platter’,’Cafe your Way’ or ‘The Basics’. Choose, pay and they deliver all ready and waiting for you.
I went for ‘The Platter’. A divine selection of meats, cheeses, crackers (so. many. varieties), popcorn, dried fruits, fresh fruit, nuts and olives. We were starving after watching the Queenstown marathon whizz past our house and so we felt we should celebrate with some lovely cheese and biscuits. It’s exhausting watching runners right?
Specifically in the Queenstown and Dunedin areas at the moment you can get in touch and have a look at what you fancy. ‘Cafe Your Way’ allows you to wake up refreshed and guzzle your favourite breakfast bacon, fish eggs and bread in peace (not a busy supermarket in sight) and ‘The Basics’ is just that. Milk, muesli, yoghurt and delicious bread. Andrea and Chanel (owners) think of everything. I’d rather like them to come and make it for me but I’m sure that’s pushing the boat out a little too far.
Local produce, fine fayre, all ready and waiting for you to kick off your shoes, slap on that suncream or cozy up to the roaring fire and just relax.
Now I’m off to book myself a holiday.
Queenstown and Dunedin Areas.
I was kindly sent a Welcome Pack but as always if I didn’t like it, I wouldn’t write about it and tell you lovely lot.