November 28, 2015

3 Great Ways to Treat Your Mum On Mother’s Day


the sweets and the flowers



Someone once said “Mother is the name for God on the lips and hearts of all children.” This is a great way to describe the person who fed you, raised you and generally is responsible for the person you are today.

So, when it comes to Mother’s Day, do you really want to be giving the standard chocolates and flowers? Isn’t that a little uninspiring?

Yes. Yes it is.

There’s a lot you can do for Mother which doesn’t involve a last minute trip to the petrol station.  Here are three things at least. They are tried and tested and proven to be the definitely favourites for making Mother’s Day a little more special….

Hotel and Spa Day

It’s a classic and it works because Mum doesn’t have to do anything but relax and have a good time.  Booking her into a nice hotel gives them a chance to unwind and be pampered for a day. A nice massage, a soothing Jacuzzi, and maybe even a couple of cocktails are certainly not a terrible way to spend Mother’s Day.

Lots of hotels offer spa breaks, so it’s simply a matter of looking online and finding one that appeals to your mother’s tastes.

A Night At The Opera

Another plan that can’t go wrong is to take your mother to see one of her favourite shows. Whether this is a band, live show or theatre production, it’s a great way for your mother to really let her hair down and do something she genuinely enjoys.

You can even go along with her for the bonding experience!

Dining Out

She’s spent years slaving away over the stove and oven. Repay the favour by booking a table for her at a great restaurant. Foot the bill and allow your mother to experience some fine dining, and maybe a glass or two of wine!

Let the professionals tantalise her taste buds with delicious starters, amazing main courses and tasty desserts!

Remember, a mother is for life, not just for Christmas!



Written by Aurora Johnson on behalf of Barton Grange Hotel, providing excellent facilities for business gatherings, events or conferences in Preston


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