Saturday, 20 February 2016

Mothers Day Afternoon Tea At Dreamland, Margate.

Mothers Day is a bitter sweet day for me, as I have no relationship with my own mother. So my girls always make an extra special effort to make the day special, because mums really do deserve to be spoiled on this one day of the year.
Afternoon tea is one of my favourite things and whenever we have a special birthday, it is our choice of celebration. So what are you going to do to Spoil the main lady in your life? You could celebrate Mother’s Day at Dreamland on 6th March. Following rapturous, rave reviews about their Valentine’s Tea for Two, they are inviting all Mums to be spoiled by the sea in Margate. You could take the entire family or present the Mum in your house with a gift tea-for-two. Either way, she’ll be thrilled with the experience.
Set in the beautifully restored 1920’s Ballroom, the setting is perfect for an afternoon of relaxation, pampering and indulgence. They will provide you with an array of scones, cakes and finger sandwiches, all washed down with a delightful selection of teas and a glass of celebratory prosecco.


The Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea offers two sittings to choose from; 12pm and 3pm and costs £14.95 per person. What better way to show how much you care than with an afternoon at Dreamland? Book your table now by going to Dreamland Afternoon Tea. Treat your mum to something she really deserves.


7 comments :

  1. I love the sound of afternoon tea for a Mother's Day treat. I always run out of ideas but this sounds fun.

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  2. Afternoon tea for Mother's Day sounds excellent. It's wonderful your girls want to make that day special for you. xx

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  3. Mums definitely deserve to be spoilt, I'd be lost without mine. That sounds lovely

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  4. We've never made a big deal of Mother's Day - a card and flowers or chocolate. I always used to get my mum Gardner's World Magazine haha!

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  5. oh I love mothers day as my brood always spoil me and afternoon tea sounds just up my street

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  6. This sounds lovely, I would love to go for afternoon tea with my mum, I always spend mother's day with her and now I have my daughter she spends it with us too.

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  7. I love afternoon tea. Mothers day falls on my birthday this year so bitter sweet lol. x

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