Take advice from the London Mum on how to treat your mother this Sunday in a stylish and fun way.
This Sunday (March 26th) is Mother’s Day and a great opportunity to thank the woman in your life who has done so much for you – from the little things to the big. If you’re a little stuck for inspiration on how to treat your mum, then think about the London Mum. She’s got style and knows all the best places to spend quality time with family.
So, either book your mum a serviced apartment stay in London and enjoy as many of these treats as you can fit in, or pick and choose the ones you know she’ll appreciate the most.
The place to be
This Mother’s Day you’ll find the London Mum aboard The Prince Regent, a stunning boat on Regent’s Canal. London Shell Co will be spoiling her with a seven-course seafood menu and a sparkling Earl Grey drink. Available on both Saturday and Sunday and for either lunch or dinner, wining and dining your mother in the style of the London Mum will set you back £45.
The best blooms
London Mum’s bouquet comes from Windsor Flowers, a family-run business that has been supplying blooms to The City of London since 1982. It counts St Paul’s Cathedral, The Guildhall and Mansion house among its loyal customers and the London Mum is always pleased with a bunch of its seasonal blooms. A lovely touch is that each bouquet has a name inspired by The City.
A relaxing soak
After a long Mother’s Day weekend, there’s nothing the London Mum likes more than a relaxing soak with products from Molton Brown. The quality toiletries company was founded in 1973 on South Molton Street in Mayfair and has never forgotten its London roots. With a wide selection of Mother’s Day gift sets available, you can find a fragrance to match your mum.
Small batch chocolates
Even if you can’t be with your mum on Mother’s Day, the London Mum would urge you to pop into Paul A Young Chocolates in The Royal Exchange. These award-winning small batch chocolates really are special. She’ll be very excited to receive such a gift and a few new flavours have been introduced especially for Mothering Sunday. So is she more of a prosecco and peach kind of gal or more of a lemon and lavender curd lady?
You could spend the morning making a delicious breakfast in bed for your mum in your serviced apartment, but London Mum has a great alternative. Work up an appetite at Mother and Daughter Yoga and Brunch at the Bull’s Head in Barnes. It’s a great way to spend healthy, quality time together without the washing up!