Let’s be honest, she deserves a treat (Picture: Simon Brown/ Old Course Hotel/ The Londoner)
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so what are you getting mum?
If you’re on a budget, you may be planning to get her one of the adorable presents in our gift guide.
But if you’re thinking of really spoiling her, then a luxurious night at a hotel, afternoon tea, or a spa stay might be just the thing.
Whether she’s a cinema fan, lady of leisure, or would just really appreciate a break from the little ones, here are some Mother’s Day treats that would make any mum smile.
Read on below for details:
Sunday Cinema Club and Sleepover at Beaverbook House
Treat mum to a cinematic experience (Picture: Simon Brown)
Whether your mum’s favourite movie is a romcom, thriller or comedy, she’ll enjoy the pampering Sunday Cinema Club and Sleepover package at swish Beaverbrook House (above) in Surrey.
She and her guest will sink into the plush velvet armchairs where Winston Churchill once watched Pathé newsreels.
The cinematic menu has been curated by directors Sir Alan Parker (Midnight Express) and Hugh ‘Chariots Of Fire’ Hudson.
Included are dinner for two, overnight accommodation, breakfast and full use of The Coach House Spa.
Tea and Tranquillity at Old Course Hotel
(Picture: Old Course Hotel)
If a decadent afternoon tea and spa experience is Mum’s idea of heaven, tee her up for a stay at the five-star Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa in St Andrews, with its breathtaking views of the coast.
Its Tea and Tranquillity package includes a delish afternoon tea in the Spa Cafe as well as a custom massage or facial.
Mum will also get full use of the Kohler Waters Spa facilities, which has a 20m pool as well as a thermal suite involving a hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and plunge pool.
The Londoner Hotel
Kids? What kids?! (Picture: The Londoner)
What could be a bigger treat than ditching the kids to spend the afternoon drinking fizz with friends?
The Londoner Hotel in Leicester Square is offering complimentary children’s entertainment for mothers booked in for afternoon tea (from £65pp) or lunch in Mediterranean restaurant Whitcomb’s.
The fun and games is for ages four to 11 and provided by leading entertainers Sharky & George.
It takes place in the hotel’s Courtyard between 1pm and 3pm.
To add to the experience, reservations made will also be treated to a complimentary glass of fizz on arrival.
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