If you’re looking for something lovely to do on Sunday 26th 2017, we have you covered in the Cotswolds. This Mother’s Day try out something a bit special, like lunch out in the beautiful English countryside or a morning stroll across the acres of rolling hills and farmland.
Whatever you choose, we hope we can help a lending hand by showing you the best things to do on Mother’s Day in the Cotswolds.
Daffodil & Early Magnolia Month: Batsford
It’s the month of blossom at the Batsford Arboretum in Moreton-in-Marsh! Take your mother for a beautiful day to see the golden daffodils and flowering magnolias as they start to blossom. Walk around in a sea of yellow and soak up the spring sunshine. What more could your mother ask for?
Near Cirencester in Gloucestershire, The Inn at Fossebridge is offering a special Mother’s Day roast for the whole family. Book a room or just pop by for lunch, either way this Inn makes for a picturesque Sunday in Spring; especially if the sun decides to make an appearance!
Mother’s Day at Lodge Mark: Cheltenham
Try something a little bit different this Mother’s Day and head to Lodge Park in Cheltenham. Lodge Park is being brought back to it’s 17th Century life for a living history presentation. You’ll be shown demonstrations on the incredible practices and care of infants and toddlers in the 17th century (and be thankful that your mum treats you with love!). Bring a picnic and explore the grounds for a lovely Spring Mothering Sunday.
What better way to spend Mother’s Day than with a traditional afternoon spent drinking tea and eating cakes? There’s a reason we all love afternoon tea, so why not treat your mum to something quaint, tasty and oh so quintessentially British this year; she’ll not be disappointed!