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If, like me, you are already starting your Christmas shopping or starting to think about what you are buying each person you will already know there is at least one person on the list you have no idea what to get. It might be the dad who never wants anything much, the friend who seems to already have everything or the indecisive partner who doesn’t know what they want. How about something different for them this Christmas? My Christmas experience voucher gift guide is just the thing you need. Instead of buying something that will never get any use gift an experience voucher. 

For any fitness fans a new exercise class might be just the thing they need after an over indulgent Christmas. F45 Training classes sound amazing and they have locations all around the country.


Christmas experience gift guide. F45 training class


For a sports fan or afternoon tea lover how about a traditional Afternoon Tea in the iconic surroundings of the Lord’s Long Room? High tea in the home of cricket is an experience that won’t be forgotten in a hurry.

Christmas experience gift guide. Lords afternoon tea


If you know a wine connoisseur or someone who just deserves a night out a wine tasting session is a perfect experience. Veeno have wine tasting and food pairing sessions that are amazing and they have bars all over England.

Christmas experience gift guide. Italian wine tasting at Veeno Leeds The spuntini platter


If Lords is too far away or not something you fancy how about an afternoon tea in Patisserie Valerie? Me and Ellie often go and always love it there plus there is always one local to whoever you are buying for.

Christmas experience gift guide. Afternoon tea at Patisserie Valerie


If you are trying to think of something to buy for a wanderlusting traveller a holiday is obviously too expensive for most people to give. How about a weekend away somewhere in an Airbnb?  Think cottages in the middle of nowhere or apartments in city centres. Our experience with them was brilliant and there are some real bargains to be had. If you arrange one through my referral link you can get an extra £25 off which makes it an even better bargain too.

Christmas experience gift guide. My first Air BnB Experience at Simonside Cottage in Rothbury


Other ideas might be a make up lesson for any beauty fans. For the foodies a voucher for their favourite restaurant or a restaurant they have been talking about wanting to try. An arts and crafts course for someone wanting to learn to crochet, build terrariums or make macrame plant hangers. Or even a music lesson for someone who wants to learn to play a new instrument. For a music fan you could buy tickets to see their favourite band live or a ticketmaster voucher to put towards their next gig tickets. The dads in our lives could have a course in learning a new craft that they can practice in their man shed, drive the car of their dreams or even have a flying lesson.

If you think outside the box, vouchers for presents don’t have to be boring or predictable. A generic shop voucher is never going to be too exciting Christmas morning but something from this list could make it their best ever present.

What do you think of the ideas on my Christmas experience gift guide?



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9 comments on “Christmas experience gift guide”

  1. I always think experiences are a lovely idea for gifts, they almost offer something that will last longer and help create memories that might last forever.

  2. Having really got into fitness the last few months I would be more than happy to receive the F45 training class but you can never beat a good afternoon tea!

  3. I like the idea of gifting experiences rather than products for a change. The F45 Training sounds perfect for working off that Christmas dinner!

  4. Looks that you had an awesome time there and the food really looked good, I want to go there someday

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