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Escape to a spooky Woolley this autumn half-term!

16th - 29th October

With Halloween approaching we’ve conjured up some fearsomely fabulous things to keep both children and parents happy this autumn half-term.

Children at Woolley Grange luxury family hotel dress up for halloween in Wiltshire

From pumpkin and lantern carving to creepy crawly crafts, from magical mocktails to painted talons. There’s even a Halloween party for the older children, so don’t forget to bring a scary costume (we have some spare ones if you forget). 

In the Woolley Bears Den we've lots of activities for the little ones planned (see below). For older children and parents there’s Halloween lantern carving with Eliza, Magical Mocktails with the Restaurant team, Terrific Towel Art with the Housekeeping team, Scary nails with the Spa, Glitter tattoos, chocolate bats and fireside marshmallow toasting with the Den team, and a relaxed walk with Rex and our Head Housekeeper, Dawn, in our beautiful 14 acres of autumnal gardens.

What's on in the Woolley Bears Den for the Autumn half term holiday

Monday 16th & 23rd October

Autumn leaf rubbing and arty leaf pictures

Tuesday 17th & 24th October

Ghostly goings-on: lollipop ghosts & ghostly mobiles

Wednesday 18th & 25th October

Creepy crawly cooking: Spider marshmallows and ghostly biscuits

Thursday 19th & 26th October

Bats and Cats: making black mobiles/ place mats…glittery fun!

Friday 20th & 27th October

Pumpkin/ lantern carving  (Eliza will do this with the older children on Wednesday 25th in the Long Room, but everyone can also watch her busy carving in the gardens on Thursday 19th and 27th)

Saturday 21st & 28th October

Trick or treat bags

Sunday 22nd and 29th October

Halloween masks and spider headbands.

On Saturday 28th October the older children of our guests are also invited to a spooky Halloween party.

So please come and join us for some ghoulish (but not too scary) fun!

Note to parents: hate Halloween? Never fear. Relaxing by the fire with a G+T is almost obligatory here, whilst we do the baby listening and, having exhausted them in the day, the little Halloweenies usually sleep soundly.