Treat mum to something special in Worcestershire this Mother’s Day
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and step into the serene county of Worcestershire this Mother’s Day. Explore the beautiful countryside, enjoy the great outdoors and discover the history and heritage of the West Midlands county with mum this March.
Walk the Malvern Hills. If mum is more of an adventure seeker, an energetic ramble on the top of the Malvern Hills will allow you to witness stunning views across the Severn Valley, Herefordshire and across to the Black Mountains. Discover picturesque views from the Malvern Hills with our two night walking break. Complete with accommodation, dinner, packed lunch and walking maps, it could be the perfect get-together with mum!
Spoil mum to a relaxing day afloat with boat hire. Equipped with cutlery, crockery, kettle and other picnic essentials, it’s a unique way to spend quality time with mum whilst enjoying the wonders of the waterways. With a choice of departure locations available around Worcestershire, it is the perfect occasion to test out your narrow boating skills.
If mum has a penchant for all things history, head over to Blists Hill Victorian Town to discover more about life 100 years ago in this recreated town. An open-air museum located an hour’s drive away from Worcestershire, it will give you a fascinating insight whilst letting you play dress up in a Victorian costume and trying your hand at traditional skills such as candle making.
To end a long day of sightseeing, indulge mum with a traditional 3-course carvery lunch at the Priory View Restaurant. Relax and savour perfectly cooked roasted meat and vegetables whilst gazing over stunning views and landscaped gardens. Why not enjoy the British custom of high tea, complete with delicate cakes, finger sandwiches and fluffy scones with real cream and jam? Served in our Priory View Lounge Bar, the indulgent treat will surely leave mum feeling like a queen! For enquiries or to reserve a table, call us on 01684 879193 or email [email protected].
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