A Very British Mother’s Day with The Draycott Hotel

March 12, 2017

If you are spending Mother’s Day in London this year and are unsure on how to treat your mum, we have put together the perfect luxury Mother’s Day gift ideas for you to choose from during your time in London…

Taking a walk around the Chelsea neighbourhood and you will notice many luxury stores, especially along the King’s Road. With so many options you are likely to find the perfect purchase for Mother’s Day. At the Draycott, our 5 star hotel in London, we have put together a list of our favourite luxury picks for you to choose from.

A Very British Mother's Day with Draycott Hotel - Rachel Nicole UK Blogger

Beautiful Blooms

Both The Flower Yard and The Flower Stand, Chelsea provide high quality, hand-tied bouquets, as well as customised artful arrangements. A bouquet of flowers is the perfect present for Mother’s Day. Choose from pale pink roses or bright tulips, these will be sure to put a smile on your Mum’s face!

Sweet Scents

Penhaligons, located on the King’s Road in Chelsea, has been servicing the local area since 1870. Providing ‘bold women who are proud to go their own way’ with scents in perfectly packaged perfume bottles, this would make such a thoughtful gift this Mother’s Day.

A Very British Mother’s Day with Draycott Hotel

Afternoon Tea at the Draycott

Serving up one of the finest afternoon teas in Chelsea, our menu boasts a wide variety of delectable finger sandwiches, homemade scones and indulgent sweet pastries. Wash down your tasty treats down with a glass of Champagne or pot of tea in our exquisite Edwardian setting, for the perfect start to your Mother’s Day in London.

Decorative Pieces

Treat your Mum to something decorative for her home, if she is partial to an ornate centrepiece or two, choose Anthropologie for your mother’s day gift idea this year. The homeware in Anthropologie is just incredible at the moment. Choose from their selection of eclectic crockery and unique homeware for a mother’s day gift with a difference.

Special Stationary

You can never have too much stationary, right? If your mother is also a massive lover of all things organisation, why not splash out on something special. The gift shop at The Saatchi or Smythson of Bond Street has plenty of options from personalised pens and diaries and bespoke organisers. High quality, practical keepsakes are the perfect Mother’s Day present for women on the go.

Celebrate Mother’s day and say thank you on 26th March with one of these luxury gifts. If you would like to treat the one you love to an exquisite Mother’s Day afternoon tea in London or a stay at our 5 star hotel in London, view availability at the Draycott and book today.

XOXO

*This is a guest post by The Draycott Hotel, Chelsea

10 comments so far.

10 responses to “A Very British Mother’s Day with The Draycott Hotel”

  1. Some fab ideas! Wish I went to London more x

  2. LaaLaa says:

    Lovely post, I’m always stuck for gifts come Mother’s day. Sometimes I want to do something different, so this gives me an idea. Thanks

  3. This is such a lovely list of things to do! Afternoon tea is by far one my favourite things, I never need an excuse to eat cake! xx

  4. Afternoon tea is something my foster mum would love as she loves hot beverages and she loves sweet afternoon treats like scones x

  5. Ickle Pickle says:

    I love London so much, this all looks so lovely. What wonderful Mother’s Day treats! Kaz 🙂

  6. Sounds lovely. I’d have them all and be perfectly happy!

  7. I am so up for afternoon tea it’s unreal. In fact, if I wasn’t on this Slimming World plan I would be demanding afternoon tea for Mother’s Day! 😉

  8. Helen says:

    This all looks and sounds lovely for Mother’s Day. I would love the afternoon tea, it’s one of my favourite things to do.
    I’ve seen a lot about Penhaligans and have often wanted to smell a few of their perfumes. I’ll have to make sure I visit next time I’m in London now I know where their store is!

  9. stationery is always a winner here. I forever have Notebooks and the such on the go!

  10. The afternoon tea sounds lovely I haven’t had tea at that hotel yet although I am working my way through the various ones in London.

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