Don’t panic! Mother’s Day may be right around the corner (26th March if you need reminding), but I have some luxury Mother’s Day weekend breaks to show just how much she means to you.
Afternoon Tea at The Savoy, Covent Garden
In the heart of The Savoy is the Thames Foyer, a stunning glass dome flooding the room with ounces of natural light. Beneath the dome is a pianist serenading the guests as they enjoy The Savoy’s world-class afternoon tea.
Guests will choose from a range of teas (twenty to be exact!) served with finger sandwiches, homemade scones paired with traditional clotted cream and jam as well as a selection of seasonal cakes and pastries created by The Savoy’s Executive Pastry Chef.
Vineyard Tour at Hambledon Vineyard, Hampshire
If you’re mum is a wine lover (and let’s be honest, whose isn’t?), she will love a tour the Hambledon Vineyard, Hampshire – the first English commercial vineyard.
The South facing chalk slopes of Hampshire were not only the birth place of cricket, but Hambledon Vineyard is the perfect growing environment for the production of England’s finest sparkling wine.
Especially for Mother’s Day, Hambledon are holding a Mother’s Day tour of the vineyard, with the possibility to try out their wines.
Luxury Spa Break in North Yorkshire
Full of Yorkshire charm, Rudding Park is an extraordinary 4* Georgian manor house hotel set on over 300 acres of parkland, just south of Harrogate and close to Leeds and York. As one of the only UK Hotels in TripAdvisor’s Hall of Fame for Hotels, you can expect excellent facilities, stunning features and winning service during your stay.
All of the hotel’s ninety-one plush, contemporary bedrooms overlook the beautiful gardens, rural parkland and 14th-century wedding chapel. The stylish Follifoot rooms are unlike any others, with a private hamman steam room or sauna in the en-suite and your own remote garden.
Not only can you stay in one of the finest hotels in the UK, but you can also dine in the finest restaurant! With The Travel Snob’s Mother’s Day break offer, you will experience dinner at the Clocktower Bar and Restaurant underneath the stunning pink glass chandelier, or alongside the 400 year-old olive tree growing beside the airy conservatory. The Clocktower chefs’ speciality is modern British food; taking inspiration from classic dishes and jazzing them up with unique herd, salad, edible flowers and fruit grown in Rudding Park’s Kitchen Garden.
A Mother’s Day break would be incomplete without a spa treatment! Whether you’re looking to tone the body, revitalise your senses or buff the skin, the highly acclaimed Harrogate spa at Rudding Park offers an extensive range of luxurious treatments and features four treatment rooms including a hammam and steam room. With The Travel Snob’s Mother’s Day Treat, a 50 minute bespoke treatment of your choice will be included.
To find out more information about The Travel Snob’s Mother’s Day breaks, call 07990 018018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org