Treat your Mum to a fine dining experience or luxury stay in Nottinghamshire this Mother’s Day, Sunday 26th March. From little treats and scrumptious meals, to days out and visits to top attractions in the beautiful backdrop of our County, we're sure she will have a special day in Nottinghamshire in 2017.
Wine and dine...
Wine and dine with your Mum at some of Nottinghamshire’s tastiest restaurants and luxurious hotels with their special Mother’s Day offers.
If you're spending Mother's Day in the city centre, book her a table at the swanky Marco Pierre White Steakhouse at the Alea Casino, with courses inspired by the celebrity chef himself and presented in one of the finest venues in the centre of Nottingham. Experience the flavours of France at Le Bistrot Pierre with a three course menu available from noon until the early evening. Journey outside the city centre and try a special three course Mother's Day menu at Tom Browns Bar & Kitchen. Alternatively, you can whisk her away and surprise her with a night's stay at the Kelham House Hotel and book her an afternoon tea.
Give your mum a dining experience on the River Trent in the company of the team from Princess River Cruises, with a three hour cruise, Sunday roast and a free rose from the captain for every Mum on board.
Further afield, take in the many fine dining options across Nottinghamshire. If she can't say no to a spot of afternoon tea, then The Tropical Butterfly House is offering an afternoon tea experience to remember with home made cakes, a great selection of teas and access to the wildlife centre.
Walk and talk...
Of course, the day doesn’t have to end after the meal. Why not visit some of Nottingham’s finest attractions and walk off all of that delicious food?
Enjoy a steady stroll with Mum around Nottinghamshire’s finest country parks and gardens. Walk amidst the deer at Wollaton Park, explore the beautiful gardens at the historic Nottingham Castle or walk through the aging oak trees in Sherwood Forest. Discover the beauty of Pure Land Japanese Garden, stroll down the longest Lime Tree Avenue at Clumber Park or explore over 300 acres of gardens and parkland that surround Newstead Abbey.
Alternatively, why not treat her to something completely different this year and invite her to the Robin Hood Town Tour? Explore Robin Hood's Nottingham and discover how simple ballads over 700 years old grew into one of the greatest stories ever told.