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Mother’s Day in Nottinghamshire

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, Sunday 30 March, give Mum a day to remember and treat her to a bit of Nottinghamshire.

From little treats and scrumptious meals to spa retreats and hotel deals in the beautiful backdrop of our County. Here is a round-up of some very special deals. For more ideas of how to treat Mum, visit our Mother’s Day Offers page.

Relax and unwind…

Calm Water Floatation


For a truly unique experience, Calm Water Floatation is offering 25% off this Mother’s Day. Escape to an impenetrable silent sanctuary where in just one hour Mum’s stresses, strains, aches and pains will simply ‘float’ away.

Calm Water is the first of its kind to be located in the Midlands region and allows you to step into a tank of water containing an Epsom-salt solution which brings about weightlessness and total relaxation.

Cost: Single session (before discount) £40

Eden Hall Day Spa


Escape for a day of indulgence at Eden Hall, a beautiful listed mansion, built in 1875. Set within acres of luscious lawns, it will be your sanctuary for the day. Or, if you want to book a weekend of luxury, Manor Court is ideal if you wish to stay nearby.

Eden Hall’s special ‘Mum and Me’ package is an ideal way to spend Mother’s Day together. Immerse yourself in luxury enjoying first class spa facilities, pampering treatments and delicious food – the ultimate treat for two.  

Cost: £120 per person; available from 22 March – 6 April 2014


Wine and dine…

Princess River Cruises


If you are looking for a meal with a difference then you are sure to find it cruising along the tranquil River Trent on board the Nottingham Prince or Nottingham Princess.

Treat Mum to a three hour cruise with a delicious Sunday roast. Each Mum will also receive a rose from the captain on the day.

Cost: Adults £17.75, Children (7-12) £12.95, Children (3-6) £10.95



Spice up the day with an Indian fine dining experience at the award winning MemSaab.

Join the friendly team at the restaurant on Mothering Sunday and treat Mum to a delicious three course meal. Why not shop ‘til you drop afterwards and explore many of the city’s independent shops, vintage fashion stores and big name retailers?

Cost:  £21.95pp

Kelham House Hotel


Kelham House Hotel sits in nine acres of beautiful grounds midway between the historic towns of Southwell and Newark-on-Trent. Why not prolong Mum’s day out and explore the thriving market towns?

On the special day, your Mum will be treated to high heaven as you tuck into a fabulous three course meal followed by tea/coffee and homemade petit fours. Plus, every Mother will receive a gift on the day as well as a glass of bubbly!

Cost: £29.95pp

Mercure Hotel


Looking for a central hotel so that Mum can have a lovely, relaxed break? Mercure, the oldest hotel in Nottingham, is situated in the fashionable Lace Market and is a stone’s throw away from some of Nottingham’s finest shops and restaurants.

Book Mum in for a night away from it all followed by bed & breakfast the following morning, and then join her for lunch on the Sunday.

Cost: Mum will receive her Mother’s Day lunch complimentary £79.00BB

Langar Hall Country House Hotel


Langar Hall Hotel is a very special designer boutique hotel, as the owner is good friends with Nottingham born designer, Sir Paul Smith, and so he has assisted in the interior design of the hotel.

Treat Mum to a traditional three course roast dinner, plus tea and coffee, on Mothering Sunday. Afterwards, why not stretch your legs and admire the natural beauty of the Vale of Belvoir?

Cost: £35

Walk and talk…

The day doesn’t have to end after the meal or pamper session! Visit some of Nottinghamshire’s finest attractions and walk off all of that delicious food. Plus, the FREE admission at most of the country parks and gardens lets you take care of Mum without extra damage to your pocket!

Enjoy a steady stroll 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 in Europe at Clumber Park or explore over 300 acres of gardens and parkland that surround Newstead Abbey.

Posted on 21 February 2014

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