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Check out the brilliant Santa’s Grotto at Emo Court

Christmas is coming and what better place to go visit the main man himself Santa Claus than the beautiful surrounds of Emo Court?

CaToCa Fine Foods & Giftware present Santa’s Grotto at Emo Court. 

Each child will be greeted by Ellie Elf and brought to Santa’s beautiful grotto where they will help Mrs Claus prepare her cookies, have a chat with Santa and receive a gift.

Afterwards they will have a Hot Chocolate and a Cookie in the Tea Rooms.

Please note – Due to Santa’s busy schedule he will only be able to visit Emo Court on the following days:

  • Saturday, December 1
  • Sunday, December 2
  • Saturday, December 8
  • Sunday, December 9
  • Saturday, December 15
  • Ssunday, December 16
  • Saturday, December 22
  • Sunday, December 23
  • Monday, December 24

Booking by prior registration. The cost is €15 per child (Adults go free). Santa’s guests are welcome to take their own photo with Santa during the visit.

Terms and conditions to make a booking: Full payment is required at time of booking, this can only be done by credit card over the phone. Change or cancellation to booking will incur a €2 charge per child if done 24 hours prior to arrival. If you cancel on the day of arrival, no refund is available – full payment will be held.

Contact 057 8633964 to make your booking.

Booking line is open 7 days a week between 9.30am and 4pm.

CaToCa Fine Foods and Giftware is at Emo Tea Rooms, Emo Court, Emo, Co Laois.

Email: Catocafinefood@gmail.com
Web: www.catocafinefood.com

Opening Hours

CaToCa Fine Foods & Giftware is open every day over Christmas from 10am to 4pm. The only day it is closed is Christmas Day itself.

Christmas Greetings

The team at Catoca would like to wish all their customers are a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

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