There’s lots to do this Mother’s Day in Belfast. From afternoon teas to lunches, hotel offers and family days out, here’s the top things to do in and around Belfast on Sunday 10 March.

Visit Belfast Food & Drink Voucher

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Hotel and Spa Vouchers

What would a busy mum love more than a luxurious spa day or hotel stay? Buy a gift card for the Merchant Hotel, Culloden Estate and Spa or Galgorm Spa and Golf Resort and she can spend it at a later date on a day of being pampered in one of their beautiful spas. The hotels’ monetary gift vouchers can also be spent on overnight stays, meals and afternoon teas too.

Clothing, Jewellery and Gifts

Find clothing, footwear and accessories in a range of shops in Victoria Square. Go to Born and Bred for locally made gifts or Lunn’s or Steensons for jewellery.

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Foodie Experiences

If your mum is a bit of a foodie, treat her to a food tour or tasting experience. She can make her own gin at Hinch Distillery or watch it be made at Echlinville Distillery. Or enjoy a family trip to Aunt Sandra’s Chocolate Factory to see old-time candy making!

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Afternoon Tea at Hastings Europa Hotel

Afternoon Tea

Treat a loved one to an indulgent afternoon tea in Belfast with finger sandwiches, sweet treats and steaming pots of tea.


Best Places for Sunday Lunch

Nothing beats a cosy Sunday lunch and whether you’re looking for a classic roast, traditional carvery or something different, Belfast and beyond has plenty of mouth-watering options.

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Spa Hotels in Belfast

Looking for some relaxation? Look no further than the luxurious Spa Hotels in and around Belfast!

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