Mummy Diaries | Peppa Pig breakfast at Caldecotte Pub & Grill

Little boy hugging Peppa Pig character
Little boy eating coco pops with a continental breakfast on the table
Are you even a parent of a pre-schooler if you've not booked a character breakfast? We've done our fair share, but the most recent one was Peppa Pig at Caldecotte Pub & Grill. It’s the one pub we visited most when we first moved, and I think it’s a lot nicer than our local. Alfie loves the play area, while the walks around the lake are great too – perhaps not in this weather!

There were several themed character breakfasts and lunches to coincide with the October half term and Halloween – hosted by Corina's Cool Kids. I've heard nothing but good things about them – with so many recommendations coming from our estate – and Alfie has since requested a superhero party next year, so we shall see... Anyway, back to the breakfast – or as Alfie called it, the “Peppa Pig breakfast show”.

Tickets were priced at £6 per child and £9.50 per adult. This included a cooked breakfast as well as continental options, with unlimited juice (and hot drinks for the adults). We were given the option of having the cooked breakfast served when it was ready or wait to have it cooked and served after the party.

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On arrival, we were shown to our table and our waitress ran us through the options for the continental breakfast and where to get it from. We had enough time to grab some cereal and juice before it all started. And in between, grabbed some croissants and pancakes. It all got started with Peppa’s arrival and a photo opportunity, as she came out to greet the children. There were songs and games, including musical statues, a dance off, and the limbo – with prizes of sweets and stickers handed out to the winners. Alfie won a slinky as well for being such a great dancer. All the children also received a certificate at the end and there was another chance to get out some photos with Peppa before she had to leave.

We were served the cooked breakfast afterwards, which was great because it meant I could sit down and enjoy it. Alfie was back and forth to the table during the party. Initially he wanted me to join in and after a while he was settled and more confident as more children joined in, so he went it alone. I was called back for Superman as it was a competition: children versus adults – with of course the children winning.

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Adult's cooked breakfast on a plate

The child’s cooked breakfast consisted of scrambled egg, bacon, sausage, hash brown, mushrooms, and beans. While the adults had a fried egg instead, as well grilled tomatoes, an extra sausage and hash brown. Needless to say, I couldn't eat it all and Alfie only ate the sausage, some hash brown, and beans. Standard!

It was a great morning. I think we were at the restaurant for just over two hours before leaving and visiting the play area. Alfie still talks about the morning now and also says he wishes he could have gone to the Hey Duggee one. The last time I checked, Breakfast with Santa was still available – and very tempting…

Love, Lucy xx

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