The Best Mother’s Day Retreats in the UK
Don’t forget to spoil the most amazing woman in your life this mother’s day and to help you out whilst I was researching where to take my own incredible mother, I thought I would write a blog post about the different options I have looked at. Here are my favourites, where will you take your mum?
Why not treat your mum to a sumptuous lunch in one of Ellenborough’s award-winning restaurants? Located in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire the hotel is surrounded by beautiful countryside. You can dine in The Beaufort Dining Room and indulge in a three-course lunch priced at £38 or dine in The Brasserie for £29. Oh and if you want to splash out, there’s a helicopter pad you can fly in to….
If your mums a little quirky why not take her to somewhere a bit different. sketch Afternoon Tea is a vision, in a room refined by a curious mind, a touch of humour… It’s a work of art, a striking backdrop. sketch has worked its magic, creating a menu which is sure to delight, with caviar and quail egg and sandwiches, pastries and macaroons too. sketch afternoon Tea is £45 per person.
Treat mum with a family lunch in the hotels riverside restaurant leftbank this mother’s day, after all she has cooked delicious food for you over the years. The lunch even comes complete with wine and a beautiful gift to brighten up her day even more. And if that wasn’t enough you could also treat her to a spa treatment or take a walk down the River Thames. £50 per adult gets you lunch, half a bottle of wine, tea or coffee and a gift for every mum.
I went on a Forest Holiday break last year and loved it. I’d love to go again but this time with my mum and spirit her away to the Forest for a well-earned break on Mother’s Day. You could treat her to a pamper day with in-cabin spa treatment, enjoy Champagne in the hot tub or go on a walk along the rivers and through the woods. A weekend break costs around £600.
Experience Mother’s Day at The Arch London and spoil your mum with a treat of Afternoon Tea on Sunday 6th. The hotel is super close to Oxford Street and and Bond Street for all your shopping desires and means you can really indulge. The Mother’s day Afternoon Tea includes classic treats such as Fruit Scones with Strawberry Jam and Clotted Cream; Rhubarb and Custard Tarts; Chocolate and Blood Orange Tea Cake; and Coffee éclairs priced at only £25.
If you want to splash out, and indulge in a weekend retreat the Nare in Cornwall is the perfect home-away-from-home retreat for you and your mum to sit back and relax. It’s picturesque location, coastal gardens and easy access to the beach are a sure fire mother’s day hit and the garden break is perfect for nature lovers.
A four-night garden break, offers a wonderful opportunity to visit the Great Gardens of Cornwall perfect for spoiling mums and grandmothers. Top feature: there is a complimentary Cornish afternoon tea every day in the drawing room and in the rooms, the flat screen TV’s are hidden behind paintings… a great feature! Prices from about £300 for a night.
Sophie is a blogger and freelance writer based in the UK. She writes about all things travel on her blog over at Sophie’s Suitcase and in her spare time writes for Elite Daily and The Culture Trip. You can also find her on social media; Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.