The time for Christians to celebrate the birth of Son of God – Christmas – is here and that means to make merry; to celebrate the little pleasures that life offers us. It is also the time to mark the end of a calendar year, another reason to celebrate.
To celebrate these two milestones, many people organize parties or look for parties that are happening. Event planners, hotels, beaches, restaurants and other entertainment centres are always busy through the festive season.
In Kampala, Uganda’s capital, if you are you looking for a place to relax this Christmas, look no further than Forest Cottages. Forest Cottages has come up with different ideas to celebrate Christmas – from food and drinks, parties and accommodation.
You can have a treat with your family and friends during this Christmas at a barbeque for only Shs50,000 per person with a glass of champagne, live band at the pool and garden terrace of Forest Cottages.
You don’t have to cut the fun short in order the beat the COVID19 curfew, book for exclusive & comfortable accommodation. Stay at Forest Cottages for less than Shs150, 000 a night. Also, Forest Cottages has announced festive season special rates.
To stay in the standard single room (one person) one has to pay Shs190, 000 for half board and Shs150, 000 for bed and breakfast; standard double room (two people) Shs280, 000 for half board and Shs200, 000 for bed and breakfast; one bedroom cottage (two people) Shs330, 000 for half board and Shs250, 000 for bed and breakfast; two bedroom cottage (four people) Shs460, 000 for half board and Shs300, 000 for bed and breakfast and family cottage (five people) Shs550, 000 for bed and breakfast and Shs350, 000 for bed and breakfast.
To end the year in style, you can also book for corporate end of year parties, team building activities, pool parties and cocktail parties.
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