Mother’s Day is fast approaching and what better way to treat your Mum than to an Afternoon Tea, or a lovely walk around beautiful gardens. There are a selection of hotels, restaurants and stunning gardens around North Wales that make for the perfect spot to treat your Mum on her special day.
Bodnant Garden in Conwy is opening their gardens for you to be able to take a Mother’s Day stroll around the beautiful scenery on offer. Bodnant Garden is one of the world’s most magical gardens with outstanding mountain scenery, historic plant collections and horticultural styles from the formal to the pastoral to exotic. In addition, their tea-room will be open from 10am to 4pm for you to be able to treat your Mum to a cup of tea and a tasty slice of cake.
A slice of cake is very tempting and if it’s what you’re really after this Mother’s Day, then you should opt for an afternoon tea at The Elm Tree in Llandudno. They offer speciality Afternoon Teas for you to be able to book and treat someone special. Spoil your Mum to a spot of afternoon tea in the centre of Llandudno and take in the great atmosphere and delicious treats. The Elm Tree will provide a selection of teas, coffees, scones, sandwiches or cakes and all you need to do is contact them to book your special afternoon today.
If you want to go all out this year and treat your Mum to the ultimate relaxing day, then book your day at St George’s Hotel. The finest local Welsh produce is used to create a menu of joy, whilst you sit back and enjoy the sounds of their resident pianist. Once you’ve cleared your plates, relax in the Terrace Lounge or get out into the fresh air and walk along the promenade.
Everyone can appreciate a high quality, well-portioned and great tasting meal, which is exactly what The Imperial Hotel in Llandudno has to offer. Treat your Mum to a lunch this Mother’s Day with appetizers such as Creamed Goat’s Cheese, Entrees consisting of quality Welsh Beef and a selection of desserts that you won’t be able to resist.
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