Mother’s Day Ideas in the Peak District
Sunday 22 March 2020 is Mother’s Day, and the Peak District is a perfect location to treat your Mum to a special weekend away or day out.
Check out Let’s Go Peak District’s pick of the Top 5 Best Peak District Ideas for a truly memorable Mother’s Day!
The Jewel in the Peak District’s Crown reopens on 21 March after its winter hibernation, just in time for Mother’s Day. Treat your Mum to a day to remember visiting Chatsworth House and its beautiful gardens, maybe with lunch in the restaurant. Check out www.chatsworth.org for more information.
And … Relax!
Let your Mum relax in the most beautiful surroundings. The stunning Ringwood Hall Hotel & Spa is a beautiful 19th Century manor house, set in 6 acres of formal award-winning gardens and 29 acres of parkland. Located on the edge of the Peak District close to the historic market town of Chesterfield, it’s surrounded by breathtaking scenery and provides a perfect pampering getaway in this lovely part of the country!
Take Her Up, Up and Away!
For a truly unforgettable Mother’s Day experience, why not treat your Mum to a flight in a hot air balloon with Wicker’s World? The Peak District is one of the most perfect areas in the whole country to soar over, with its pretty villages, rolling green hills and deep valleys. And hot air ballooning has got to be the best way to see it – gliding almost silently above the stunning scenery. This is an experience that will give your Mum not just a totally different perspective on this beautiful landscape, but also memories that will last a lifetime.
A Breath of Fresh Air
The Peak District countryside is second to none, so make the most of it with your Mum over the Mother’s Day weekend. A great place for a weekend wander is around the beautiful village of Castleton, which has something for everyone. Visitors who enjoy a gentle pace of exploration will love wandering its narrow lanes, browsing the independent shops and sampling the fare in the many tea rooms, restaurants and pubs. More adventurous types will love its proximity to Mam Tor and Peveril Castle, as well as its many show caverns.
If your Mum loves the Peak District and photography, or just wants to develop a new hobby, why not treat her to a voucher for a Let’s Go Peak District Photography Tuition Day? On her day she’ll learn a range of photography techniques and tips, and she’ll be driven around the most beautiful Peak District locations to capture magical scenes.