Festive cheer begins to grow in Dalkeith Country Park
24th November, 2016
Christmas is set to arrive at Dalkeith Country Park from Saturday 3 December as the park of launches a real Christmas tree pop up shop for the first time.
The park will stock trees from Needlefresh, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of Christmas trees and will have five, six and seven foot options available for those looking to bring some Christmas magic to their homes with a real tree.
The Christmas trees will be available to purchase at the park every weekend in December and from 17 December through to 24 December.
Andrew Elmer, Visitor Services Manager at Dalkeith Country Park, said: “We are delighted to be offering real Christmas trees for the first time. Following the restoration and investment in Dalkeith Country Park, and with the launch of Fort Douglas and Restoration Yard; being able to give our customers a new offering with these beautiful trees will be a great addition.
“We are stocking Nordmann Fir trees, one of the most popular Christmas tree varieties in the UK. These trees are well known for retaining their needles better than other types of Christmas tree.
“Customers can handpick their tree to ensure it is the perfect one for their presents, lights and decorations to adorn this year.”
The trees on sale in the park were grown in Stirling and were nurtured for as long as 12 years to ensure each tree is of spectacular quality.
In addition, Restoration Yard – Scotland’s premier home, lifestyle and fashion store located within the Stableyard at Dalkeith Country Park has a stunning selection of Christmas decorations and gifts to help make Christmas 2016 sparkle.
Whether you’re looking for stocking fillers, gift ideas or Christmas tree decorations, Restoration Yard is the place to visit for Christmas shopping inspiration. Restoration Café is also the perfect setting for a festive feast, offering delicious breakfast and lunch menus as well as a selection of cakes and drinks in Coffee Dock.
For those looking to take time out from the Christmas hustle and bustle, the Wellbeing Lab has yoga, pilates and mindfulness classes to help restore mind, body and soul. Further information can be found by visiting www.restorationyard.com.