Every year Mother's Day creeps up on us, leaving us in a state of panic, trying to find a gift that will top last years. Why not do something different and take her to Scotland in a camper van while doing activities she'll love? Down below are few things to do and see in Scotland on this special day.
Afternoon tea in a palace
Mother's Day is all about treating your mum so why not make it sophisticated and have afternoon tea at the Palace of Holyroodhouse? You can indulge yourselves in decadent pastries, cakes and sandwiches which are all made with local ingredients, and the finest loose-leaf tea and chinaware will make your mother feel like royalty. There's a visitors car park where you can park your camper van so your mother doesn't have to walk far for some delicious food.
Go for a scenic country walk
Spending time with your mum on Mother's Day is what's important so why not take a scenic country walk together? The route from Dunblane to Ashfield offers a pretty backdrop and it's a straightforward walk that leads from the beautiful Dunblane Cathedral to the quaint village of Ashfield which is nearby. What's more, is that you can travel to Dunblane in your VW Camper Van, transporting your mother in comfort and style.
Have a spa day
Treating your mother to a day of relaxation is bound to please, and there isn't a more luxurious place than the One Spa, located at the Sheraton Hotel in Edinburgh. It's the perfect place to relax and catch up with thermal rooms and a sauna. There are many packages available, all offering different treatments and areas of the spa to visit. Sheraton Hotel have their own car park for your camper van and if the weather isn't at its best, you won't have to walk far.
For VW camper van hire Scotland based, visit Kelpie Campers today as there is a wide collection of camper vans available for this coming Mother's Day. Visit our website for more information.