They say experiences are much nicer than things – especially when they’re shared – so, why not create memories together this Mother’s Day by treating the lady in your life to something a little bit different? Here are 10 lovely ways you can treat your Mum this year…
Appleton’s, Trevibbban Mill, nr. Padstow
Take Mum for a fantastic Sunday Brunch at Appleton’s, and enjoy beautiful views across the vineyard. Restauranteur, Andy Appleton aims to source the best seasonal ingredients at their peak, and let them do the talking without unnecessary clutter and complexity. For Andy, food is about more than the recipes – it’s a whole attitude and lifestyle that makes great food the focus of every day.
Glynn Barton, Bodmin
Celebrate Mother’s Day in style this year with a holiday at Glynn Barton Cottages. Add a little pamper to your stay with a treat from Heavenly Massage Kernow and all sorts of yummy Cornish goodies. It’s time for Mum to be spoiled, so kick back, relax and enjoy!
– A 1 hour relaxing Full Body Massage
– Flowers in your cottage with bubbles on arrival
– A Cornish foodie surprise hamper
Valid for stays from Friday 29th March – Friday 5th April
Looking for a family outing on Mother’s Day that will be fun for the whole family?
Cornish Comedian, Johnny Cowling will be performing at Heartlands on Sunday 31st March, with Liz Ashton (lead singer of the Motown Pirates) supporting. Doors open at 3pm and tickets also include a pasty and a glass of beer, wine or soft drink. £12 (Adult), £8 (Child)
The Garrack Hotel & Restaurant, St Ives
Celebrate Mother’s Day with a succulent Roast Sharing Platter for 4 in the hotel’s Quarterdeck Terrace Bar, followed by live music from Bob Seymour. All the ladies sharing the platter will receive a bunch of beautiful Cornish daffodils. And children under 12 can enjoy a free swim in the indoor pool and also get a free ice-cream. Something for everyone!
Pentillie Castle & Estate, St Mellion
Celebrate Mother’s Day with your Mum and family at Pentillie Castle and take time out to explore the 55 acre gardens in their full Spring finery – daffodils, camellias, rhododendrons and primroses galore – with the wonderful views of the Tamar Valley as a backdrop.
On Sunday 31st March they will be offering special Mother’s Day Afternoon Teas with a little something for all the Mums. £22.50pp, or £29 with a glass of Prosecco or G&T — Served from 12pm – 4pm. Booking essential.
Spires Restaurant, Truro
Spires Restaurant at Truro College offers fine dining at truly remarkable prices. Run entirely by Professional Food & Beverage students, it serves exquisite dishes using mindfully sourced, local ingredients.
Treat your Mum to a special meal to mark Mother’s Day. Fine dining accompanied by the sweet sounds of Harpist by the Sea – Alice Wall, who plays a collection of contemporary and classical tunes. A treat for your ears and tastebuds. Booking essential via email@example.com or 01871 267621
Atlantic Hotel, Newquay
Indulge Mum in a relaxing afternoon at the AA Four Star Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, where you can enjoy the leisure facilities and a delicious champagne afternoon tea for two, plus Mum will receive a spring bouquet, all for only £99. Bookable throughout March.
Just Be, Saltash
Try Saltash waterfront’s exciting new Coffee Wine Lounge for an amazing brunch, three-course Mother’s Day special or a delicious cream tea.
Take some downtime, relax, read a newspaper or magazine, borrow and exchange from their bookshelf, challenge your neighbour to chess or scrabble, or simply sit and watch the river action.
Trevince, Gwennap, Redruth
From the 29th of March, these private estate gardens are being opened to the public on a regular basis for the very first time, as Trevince embarks on a new journey of restoration and reinvention. And on Mother’s Day, Sunday 31st March, mums can go and enjoy the gardens in all their spring glory for FREE! Spend time together exploring the gardens and treat her to slice of cake in the Cart Shed pop-up café.
Open from 29th March until 29th September, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10am to 4pm. Entry £6 for adults, £5 for concessions and under 16’s go free. Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome.
The Kitchen Front, Bude
Based in an Grade II Listed Building on the canal wharf in Bude, The Kitchen Front is a very unique business, inspired initially by our mothers and grandmothers who had to make the most of what was available in the 1940’s and 1950’s.
This Mother’s Day weekend enjoy an utterly gorgeous, unique 1940s afternoon tea in vintage surroundings. Free gift for mum with every advanced booking. Available Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st March 2019.