With the Sunday 6th of March rapidly approaching, here are some ideas of how to spend your Mother’s Day…
A stay at Losehill House Hotel & Spa is perfect if you really want to go all-out this Mother’s Day. Located slap-bang in the middle of Peak District hills near Castleton, this hotel has gorgeous spa facilities and a bright and vista-surrounded restaurant- what else could you want for Mother’s Day? There’s even white robes for lengthy lounging that can be done.
This is also in the perfect place to enjoy the Peak District scenery, as Mam Tor and Losehill are quite literally on your doorstep.
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… and then get yourself a well-earned Bakewell Pudding on the way back! Click here to see either a 6 or 8 mile walking route. This would be a day out perfect for the lovers of beautiful countryside, splendid views and those for those who are guilty of having a sweet tooth.
This gorgeous Eighteenth century mansion is a great place for Mother’s day outing; surrounded by beautiful art, landscape and history.
Indulge in a delicious afternoon tea in the Haslam & Morley Suite; this even includes a little gift for your Mum too!
Pictured below is the Halo collection by Denby
Denby pottery visitor centre is a lovely place for a day out with Mum- there’s a range of shops (including discounted factory seconds, garden, homeware and gifts) and a little restaurant. They also offer factory tours and the chance for you to paint your own plate for to take home, which could make for a very sweet ‘I LOVE MUM’ souvenir.
With brands such as Denby, Radley, Jeager and Le Creuset at up to 60% off the original price there’s no chance of your mum not loving getting a Mother’s Day bargain!
Visiting Chatsworth is always a treat, but this Mother’s Day you can make it even more special with an added (and delicious) afternoon tea in the 18th century stables – including a glass of champagne for mum!
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