Don’t forget, Mother’s Day which falls on Sunday 19th March this year, and with lighter evenings and the spring sunshine just around the corner, this Mother’s Day weekend is the perfect time to spoil the mothers in your family and enjoy a relaxing weekend.
1. Bath, Somerset
Since Roman times, Bath has been known for its spas and has established a reputation for rest and recuperation, making it the perfect destination for a day out this Mother’s Day. With a range of fantastic spa facilities, shopping opportunities and luxury afternoon tea options; mums will be spoilt for choice in this beautiful and historic Roman city.
Date for your diary: Visit on the 17th or 18th of March for a Mother’s Day Spring Wreath Workshop at the Bath Flower School. More details here.
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2. Chester, Cheshire
If you are looking for a bustling city that can be covered in a day trip, then look no further than Chester. Steeped in Roman history, with intact Roman walls, a fort, and the largest amphitheatre in Britain. The city’s medieval Rows offer a range of independent shops, restaurants and historical interests including a thousand-year-old cathedral. For animal lovers, no trip to Chester is complete without a trip to Chester Zoo.
Date for your diary: Visit on 19th March for a Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea whilst cruising along the River Dee through the Cheshire countryside. More details here.
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3. Anglesey, Wales
Explore this beautiful corner of North Wales this Mother’s Day, famous for its Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Get your wellies on and take a stroll down the Isle of Anglesey coastal path, explore the stunning Llanddywn Island, and walk along the island’s award-winning sandy beaches before settling down for a Sunday roast at one of the island’s many quality eateries.
Date for your diary: Visit on 18th March to catch Anglesey’s Farmers Market and sample a variety of local produce. More details here.
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4. The Peak District
Renowned for its isolated peaks and stunning natural beauty, this Midlands national park is the perfect place to relax and recharge this Mother’s Day. If you prefer a gentle ramble, why not head to Chatsworth House to explore the UK’s most famous stately home, and enjoy high tea on the grounds? For thrill-seeking families, there is a range of activities including climbing, caving, and horse riding as well as some beautiful cycling trails to get stuck into and enjoy the spring weather.
Date for your diary: Visit Chatsworth House on 18th March for the Mirror Mirror Reflections on Design Exhibition. Book tickets here.
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5. Windsor, Berkshire
Enjoy the spring sunshine in this royal town, explore the historic Windsor Castle and take a stroll along Windsor Great Park which covers 4,800 acres and includes a children’s play area, deer park, plenty of wildlife and a variety of places to eat and drink. Why not take a stroll through Windsor town and finish with a special Sunday lunch to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Date for your diary: Catch the Changing of the Guard in Windsor on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays this March. More details here.
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6. York, North Yorkshire
York is an obvious choice if you live in the Northeast and it's not difficult to see why! With its historic charm, medieval cobbled streets, and stunning minster; York offers the perfect day out for Mother’s Day. The city is home to a range of fantastic independent eateries and boutique shops to treat Mum! Take a boat trip along the River Ouse, explore the famous minster and travel back in time to Viking York with an interactive experience; there’s plenty to do for the whole family.
Date for your diary: Try your hand at chocolate making on 19th March at York Cocoa Works. More details here.
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