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See winter differently at Land Rover Experience Eastnor

PUBLISHED: 15:57 20 September 2016

More rain equals more mud - and night-time brings a new perspective to off-road driving

More rain equals more mud - and night-time brings a new perspective to off-road driving


Darker days and cooler temperatures don’t have to stop play and Eastnor have a number of exciting experiences planned for this winter…

As the autumn and winter approach, there is plenty happing at Eastnor. More rain equals more mud - and night-time brings a new perspective to off-road driving. Winter sees the return of our Night Drives and this year Eastnor are planning a special Halloween evening. You’ll be driving through the Eastnor estate in the dead of night with just the lights of your trusted Land Rover to guide your path. What - or who - will you encounter in the dark woods? And will you ever be the same again? To find out, book onto the Halloween special on 28th or 29th October.

Night Drives: Navigate the tracks of Eastnor Castle in complete darkness, for a unique experience that challenges your skills even further. Driving the latest Discovery 4 or the iconic Defender, you will need to overcome the darkness with skill, concentration and teamwork.

The night drives will be running throughout the winter from Oct – Jan and group bookings are welcome.

Christmas Special: It’s every child’s dream to meet Father Christmas and there’s something of the child in us all. So young and old alike will love this chance to take a drive through the Eastnor estate tracks, overcoming the challenges of terrain and obstacles to meet Father Christmas in person. It’s an enchanting one-hour drive for up to four guests per vehicle, with a gift from Santa for all the younger passengers.

So whether you are looking to arrange an event, something different for the family or perhaps a Christmas Gift Card to make them smile, please contact Land Rover Experience for more information on all experiences and gift voucher options.

Spread over 5000 acres in the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills, Land Rover Experience Eastnor is a charming location with a plethora of diverse terrain. The 43 miles of affectionately named track set within the grounds of the enchanting Eastnor Castle, present spectacular views, picturesque woodlands and an impressive array of wildlife including Buzzards, Red Kites and Muntjac Deer.

Call us on 01531 638779

Land Rover Experience Eastnor, The Bothy, Eastnor Castle, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 1RL



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