Quick Hits: Where To Spend Mother’s Day in London 2017

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What could be a better Mother’s Day present than the gift of togetherness? We scouted about London to locate the best spots for some proper bonding time.

Bingham

Overnight Escape at The Bingham: Break away from the hustle and bustle of Central London without having to leave the city. Richmond is an oasis of calm and greenery and it’s also home to the wonderful riverside The Bingham hotel. This property was originally built in 1740 and has been home to British Ladies and Lords throughout the years. Walk in their shoes this Mother’s Day and spend your Sunday admiring the river views, the tranquil garden and a delicious very British menu. Package includes: one night’s accommodation in a large double bedroom, a voucher for £90 to redeem on Mothering Sunday lunch, afternoon tea or treatment at the Binghams sister spa, bhuti.

61-63 Petersham Road, Richmond upon Thames, Surrey TW10 6UT

 

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Bubbles and Brunch at Mac & Wild’s Devonshire Square : Become a pro at the art of flower arranging while catching up over a couple glasses of prosecco at Mac & Wild on Saturday March 25th. Hosted by HoneyBunch London’s founder Anne Wallis, guests will learn how to create a beautiful bunch of hand tied spring flowers. Afterwards, take your bouquets upstairs for brunch and indulge in avocado on sourdough, banana and pecan pancakes and cured salmon and scrambled eggs. If you’ve given mumsy a particularly hard time this year opt for the bottomless brunch and get back on her good side with limitless cocktails.  £60 per person – includes flower arranging tutorial; one hand tied bunch of spring flowers to take home per person; a glass of prosecco; tea or coffee; 1 x brunch dish from Mac & Wild’s Wild Brunch Club Menu. 

9A Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YN

 

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Mum’s Bottomless Sunday Roast at Mr Fogg’s Tavern : If mum is partial to a Sunday roast and a few bevvies then look no further than Mr Fogg’s. Visiting the Tavern is an adventure all by itself as it is entirely decorated around Jules Verne’s fictional explorer Phileas Fogg. Whisk your mother off to a faraway land and enjoy a delicious roast, where mums drink free throughout their meal. When you’re all fed and watered, leave the victorian pub and head upstairs to a more refined gin bar where mums can enjoy an exclusive Mothers Day G&T

58 St Martins Lane WC2N 4EA

 

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Floral Fantasy at Corrigan’s Mayfair:  Corrigan’s Mayfair is getting girly for Mother’s Day and hosting a floral crown masterclass in association with expert florists Flirty Flowers. Being greeted with champagne and canapés on arrival means that it’s a good thing the pros will be on monitoring duty ensuring your crowns look effortlessly chic. So have a giggle and get creative this Mother’s Day, and when class is over wear your floral crowns about town for the day like the queens that you are. £75 per person.

28 Upper Grosvenor St Mayfair W1K 7EH

 

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