Escape to Bath this Mother’s Day!
Your mum is the woman who has dedicated hours of her life to your well-being. She’s cheered you on in the rain at school sporting fixtures, she’s patiently helped with homework over the years, she’s tucked you up in bed each night, even when you are too old to really need it, and she’s ploughed through enough of your washing to match the height of Everest. Comforting you in times of sadness and delighting in your successes, she is your mum, and she’s been there through it all.
Now it’s time to give something back and what’s a better Mother’s Day present idea than experiencing a city together? This Mother’s Day is your big chance to show her what a great son or daughter you really are. Here at tripsology we’ve been racking our brains thinking of top Mother’s Day destinations in Britain, and, to be honest, there really are far too many to choose from. That said, there was an overall favourite that we thought would definitely be a hit for you and your mum this Mother’s Day…Bath!
What to do in Bath this Mother’s Day?
Ever been to Bath? It is one of England’s crowning jewels, bathed (get it?) in historic charm and beauty. First established as a spa with the Latin name, Aquae Sulis, by the Romans, the city was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1987.
Thermae Spa in Bath
Give the gift of relaxation with a gift voucher for Britain’s only spa fed by natural thermal waters, Thermae Bath Spa. With a range of packages and treatments to enjoy together, Thermae Bath Spa is the perfect place to unwind and relax together and to treat your mum to a spot of pampering.
Bath’s Theatre Royal
If a spa break isn’t your mum’s scene has some fantastic alternative suggestions. Why not get her tickets to see a show at Bath’s Theatre Royal on Saturday night? Check out what is on at Bath theatre for your weekend away on the Theatre Royal Website.
The Jane Austen’s Centre Regency Tea Rooms
The perfect Sunday afternoon with your mum. Treat her to a scrumptious afternoon tea in Bath surrounded by literary culture at The Jane Austen Centre’s Regency Tea Rooms to finish off your weekend of pampering. You can find The Regency Tea Rooms on the second floor of 40 Gay Street.
Tip: You can only book a table for up for groups of 6 or more and they do not take bookings in July, August and until after the Jane Austen Festival in September. Check out the Winter and Summer Opening Times to help plan your trip.
There really is so much to see and do in Bath – this is the perfect opportunity indulge your mum and enjoy a break away together.