We’ve got something to suit all kinds of mum in Bath this Mother’s Day. Whether she loves a traditional treat or would prefer a more unconventional experience, take a look at our top suggestions for spoiling her…
The Alternative Mum
Stay: For a truly unique stay, Bath Narrowboats offer a range of luxurious houseboats for you to take to the water in Bath.
Do: After something a little more unconventional? Head to Haynes International Motor Museum. Mum can choose from a selection of supercars to take for a spin out on the track for their special Mother’s Day Dream Car Drives event. Or instead, make special memories by taking her on a hot air balloon ride over the city with Bailey Balloons or Bath Balloons.
Eat: Don’t miss the fantastic Yak Yeti Yak Nepalese restaurant. Choose to sit in the cushioned area on the floor and eat delicious pork momos in the traditional Nepalese way.
The Foodie Mum
Stay: The Bath Priory is a fantastic gothic style hotel with an award-winning restaurant to dine in.
Eat: Treat Mum to a decadent three-course lunch at the grand Pump Room whilst listening to the Pump Room trio, enjoy a free glass of bubbles when you order a main course from Las Iguanas or head to Green Park Brasserie for the ultimate Sunday Roast, complete with their Newton Farm Topside Beef or Castlemead Chicken Breast.
The Pampered Mum
Stay: Book into the luxurious Gainsborough Bath Spa and make use of the only hotel in Britain to have access to natural thermal spa water.
Do: Pamper Mum with a facial, wrap or massage at boutique day spa Radiance Wellbeing Ltd or marvel in the breathtaking views of the city whilst you soak in the naturally warm waters of Thermae Bath Spa’s rooftop pool.
Eat: Take traditional afternoon tea together in the beautiful and iconic Royal Crescent Hotel.
The Cultured Mum
Stay: The Abbey Hotel is one of the best located in Bath, just a few steps away from the world famous Roman Bath and Bath Abbey.
Do: If Mum’s a bookworm, head to the wonderful Topping & Company Booksellers for one of their popular events.
Eat: Head to the Michelin starred Olive Tree Restaurant to try head chef Chris Cleghorn's delicious tasting menu.
The Outdoorsy Mum
Stay: For the ultimate outdoorsy adventure, how about taking to the water and staying aboard a Bath Narrowboat?
Do: Help to replant snowdrops at Prior Park Landscape Garden before enjoying tea and cake overlooking the Palladian bridge or enjoy stand up paddleboarding to canoeing and kayaking with Original Wild.
Eat: THE PIG-near Bath serves fresh food straight from the kitchen garden or sourced locally within 25 miles.