Treats for your mother…

Park House offers for Mother’s Day…

Mothering Sunday originated as an early Christian festival on the 4th Sunday in Lent, as a day when people would visit their ‘mother church’ and was often the only time that whole families could gather together due to conflicting work hours. Children ‘in service’ were given a day off and would pick wild flowers along the way, to place in church or give to their mothers. It was an opportunity to temporarily indulge in special, delicious food for the day, breaking the hard slog of fasting for Lent. Traditionally, after church, families would tuck into a Sunday dinner of either roast lamb or veal and the mother would be made Queen of the feast. Similar to today, Mothering Sunday was all about spoiling the mother and making her feel happy and appreciated.

More recently it has developed into a national day to show love, gratitude and appreciation to mothers everywhere, through acts of kindness and the giving of Mother’s Day gifts and flowers.

Spa offers:

Throughout March, Park House is offering a special Mother’s Spa Day including:

  • full use of the luxurious facilities in our award-winning spa
  • 45-minute pampering treatment from our treatments menu
  • tea and homemade scones in the spa
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    Just £70 per person. Upgrade to a Champagne Afternoon Tea for an extra £20 per person.
    Click here for our new Afternoon Tea menu.

    Vouchers are available until 31st March and are valid for 3 months from date of purchase.

    To book spa vouchers please call our spa team on 01730 819000 or book here.

    Restaurant offers:

    Celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday 31st March with:

  • 3-course lunch from 12-3pm in the Dining Room or Conservatory (£35 per person)
  • or Afternoon Tea from 2pm-6m in the Barn (£30 per person)
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    Whether you book lunch or Afternoon Tea, your mother will receive a complimentary glass of champagne and a beautiful bunch of daffodils.

    To book Mother’s Day lunch or Afternoon Tea, please call our reservation team on 01730 819000 or email.