Breakfast in bed and a lie-in aside, it’s nice to do something as a family on Mother’s Day. Here are some ideas and special offers in and around York to help you celebrate the awesome women in your life (and/or your own awesomeness!).
Mother’s Day Experience at Pairings
Treat your mum to a unique Mother’s Day experience at Pairings, the lovely independent wine bar near Clifford’s Tower. There’ll be wine, cheese and brownies: what more could you ask for? Sign me up! Booking essential – visit the Pairings website for details
Mother’s Day Workshop at The Creative Studio
During this family workshop, you will be able to work with your children to create a family jug or family tree, working together in clay is a great opportunity to bond and think about the important things in life, spending time together and reflecting on who you are as a family. Please pay for one adult online and extra payment for children will be paid in cash on the day. It is £10 for the first child and £5 per additional child. Sunday 31st March Family Workshop 10am – Visit The Creative Studio website to book
Glass of bubbly at Ambiente York
AA free glass of cava for mums at York’s premier tapas restaurant. Visit their Facebook page for more details.
Mother’s Day Sunday lunch at The Rattle Owl
Enjoy a special Sunday lunch at one of York’s finest restaurants, which also happens to be firmly family-friendly. Visit their Facebook page for more details.
Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea at Castle Howard
Celebrate Mother’s Day in style by indulging in a unique Afternoon Tea experience in the elegant Grecian Hall at Castle Howard. Enjoy an award-
Antique Home & Vintage Fair at York Racecourse
Have a mooch around the many stands at York antique and vintage fair at York Racecourse on Sunday 31st March 2019. Visit the Antique Fair website for more details.
Go for a walk!
Why not keep things simple by going for a family walk? Head out in the car to Yorkshire Sculpture Park or Bolton Abbey, or enjoy a stroll down the Ouse. Take a look at our handy guide to family walks in York and the Yorkshire countryside for inspiration.