Hidden Feasts by Wild Tipi

Hidden Feasts by Wild Tipi

Article Published: Thursday 6th December, 2018 - 10:28am

One of Cornwall's top wedding planning and tipi providers is hosting a fabulously festive treat, so whether you're looking for W-day inspiration, seeking somewhere special to celebrate your engagement or simply wanting to enjoy some wedmin-free downtime - Wild Tipi's forthcoming Hidden Feasts are just the seasonal ticket.

Following on from the success of last year's Christmas Feast Nights, Wild Tipi and Pencoose Pantry have teamed up again to host a series of sumptuous Christmas feasts this December; this time in a brand-new location in the beautiful surrounds of Trewithen Gardens, Probus. 

Guests at the two-night Christmas Feasts will experience their very own kind of Christmas Tipi Magic as they dine by the firepit, with fairy lights and boughs of holly dancing above their heads. Pencoose Pantry will be cooking a three-course menu of deliciously cooked, seasonal and locally sourced food, accompanied by ceilidh dancing, music and laughter. The magic of these evenings comes from the secluded, hidden locations chosen for the nights; the lack of a seating plan means that people are brought together; stories are shared and friendships old and new are made and rekindled. 

The delicious menu will include beautifully cooked hot and cold standing starters followed by slow roasted Cornish duck with a rich cranberry and port reduction. Once tummies are full and whistles are whet, inhibitions will be cast aside for music and dancing with a Cornish ceilidh band.

These Feasts are truly unique and help to celebrate the spirit of a Cornish Christmas. Held on the 14th and 15th December 2018, tickets to these nights are on sale now at at £48 per person. Disabled parking and access are available and the menus can be adapted to suit most dietary requirements if booked in advance with the team. 

Sam Moore, Partner at Wild Tipi says; "Here at Wild Tipi, we love bringing people together. Our Feast Nights are the perfect chance to do just that. They give guests the chance to escape from their busy lives for a night, meet up with old friends and make new ones.  Immersing yourselves in nature is a true sensory experience; from the crunch of your shoes on the gravel and leaves as you walk towards the sparkling Tipi, to the wall of sound as you enter the warmth inside. Guests will gather around the firepit, while glasses are chinked and sumptuous smells drift from the kitchen; we awaken the senses and bring the Christmas Spirit to life for the night."


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