Mother’s Day In Bristol
The perfect way to treat your mum to something special:
It’s that time of year again, time to show your mum how much she means to you. She’s given so much to you, time to give something back, today is her day. With that in mind, it’s not easy to find that perfect way to spend Mothering Sunday, so here are five of the best activities that Bristol has to offer, across the city’s best restaurants, bars, art galleries and historical attractions. You and your mum are truly spoilt for choice over the weekend.
Square Club Bouquet Workshop and Exclusive Menu
Berkeley Square’s exclusive member’s club and their partnered co-working space, Square Works are offering the ideal way to spend an afternoon. With complimentary fizz on arrival, spend an afternoon learning how to create a beautiful, foam-free floral arrangement and take it home with you afterwards. Hosted by the experts from Jasper + Quinn Florists, you won’t find a more creative and engaging way to spend the afternoon with your mother. This workshop takes place on Tuesday 17th March at Square Works and Sunday 22nd March at the Square Club. After crafting your masterpiece why not enjoy the award -winning Square Kitchen’s delicious Sunday roast with all the trimmings and a free glass of champagne for all Mums. Get creative and find out more here.
Royal West of England Academy of Art- Mum’s go free
If you’re looking for some culture and calm this Mother’s Day then the Royal West of England Academy of Art has everything for you. Located at the top of Park Street this historic gallery is offering a free ticket for all mums over the weekend for an exhibition featuring abstract artist Wilhelmina Barn-Graham and the Artists of St Ives. This striking collection can’t be missed so book now and soak up some culture this Mother’s Day!
Racks' £10 Sunday Roast Dinner
There’s nothing better than mum’s Sunday roast and there’s no better roast in Bristol than Racks roast dinner, so what are you waiting for? Racks offers a welcoming atmosphere, with the friendliest staff and plenty of cosy sofas and hidden alcoves to hide from the stormy weather in. Book for a Sunday roast at Racks this Mothering Sunday after 5pm for only £10 and enjoy a free glass of prosecco for any mum. Find out more about this delicious offer and all the trimmings here.
Tyntesfield House- Afternoon tea in Victorian Gothic Country House
Escape the bustle of the city this Mother’s Day and visit the historic Tyntesfield House, a perfectly preserved Victorian Gothic house and gardens only 20 minutes drive outside of Bristol. Offering a 540 acre woodland estate, tours around the historic house and woodland adventure play area for any younger visitors, Tyntesfield House is the perfect retreat for a relaxed Mothering Sunday. This idyllic house also offers a delicious afternoon tea over the weekend in the beautiful setting of Tyntesfield Sawmill, book now to enjoy this delightful break from the city.
No.4- Exclusive Mother’s Day dinner menu
This award-winning restaurant can be found in the heart of Clifton Village and is offering an exclusive menu, crafted by their exceptional team of chefs, to enjoy this Mothering Sunday. From 4pm to 7pm, No.4 are offering two courses from this delicious menu for only £20 or three courses for £24. Take a gentle stroll through Clifton Downs; enjoy a stunning view of the suspension bridge and Avon gorge before relaxing in this picturesque Georgian venue. Any group of four or over can also enjoy a complimentary bottle of wine, so book your table now.
When visiting Bristol this Mother’s Day we can offer you the perfect place to stay as all our hotels can be found at fantastic locations in central Bristol. Find out more here and don’t forget to sign up for our Guest of Honour scheme to immediately get 10% off when you book with us directly.
Posted on 2nd March 2020 by James Potts