There are so many great ideas for spending some quality time with the mother figure in your life this Mother’s Day, so we’ve done our best to narrow it down for you.

Here are our top ideas for days out!

Visit one of the UK’s many historical homes.

The National Trust is organising various crafts, activities and afternoon teas at many of its sites across the country including Ham House in Richmond, Surrey, Ormesby Hall near Middlesbrough and Fell Foot in Windermere – to name a few. For the full list click here. You could even treat your mum to an annual pass from only £6 per month.

Take advantage of the warming spring weather and head out in the fresh air.

Work up an appetite and combine a walk with a Sunday lunch.We may be slightly biased but as a Cumbrian business, we think some of the best spring walks are right here in the Lake District. Our favourites are found in the beautiful Rydal Valley. Surrounded by fells and tarns, there is a choice of walks for all abilities and a great choice of eateries including new bistro The Yan – for hearty, warming food or Mathilde’s for beautiful cakes, pastries and lunches with a Scandi twist.

Treat yourself and mum to an indulgent and relaxing spa day or overnight experience.

For something more indulgent, why not treat mum to an overnight stay at Brimstone Hotel and Spa, situated in the heart of the Lake District in Langdale Valley?

An overnight stay gives you exclusive access to the spa, complete with seven thermal experiences to journey through, a relaxation pool that spans from indoors to outdoors, a range of chill-out areas and luxurious treatment rooms for you to enjoy some ‘me time’ with Pure Alchemy treatments inspired by the Lakes.

 Brimstone’s stylish suites are the ideal place to head back to after a day in the spa. They feature private balconies, wood-burning stoves and gorgeous feature-bathing experiences perfect for staying cosy and ‘slothing out’.

Enjoy a decadent and leisurely afternoon with an afternoon tea for two.

Visit northern institution Betty’s, for a classic afternoon tea in a traditional, nostalgic tea room. Ask for a window seat and watch the world go by while you listen to the cafe's grand piano being played.

With so many hotels and restaurants offering breathtaking views and afternoon teas in the Lake District, it was hard to pinpoint just one. We decided on Holbeck Ghyll, with panoramic views across Windermere. Their afternoon tea has recently been named one of the most ‘Instagrammable’ in the UK.

If you are in London, there is an abundance of places to enjoy afternoon tea. The Lanesborough is hard to beat with their palatial, grand interiors. Piano players help to create a warm environment and the service is second to none. For a limited time only, The Lanesborough has teamed up with world-famous baker Peggy Porschen, in time for Mother’s Day, to offer a fairytale-inspired afternoon tea, served in the Michelin Starred Celeste restaurant.

If all else fails, spend the day with your mum indoors, make some of her favourite foods, get cosy on the sofa and watch her favourite film. Look & Cover’s loungewear range is not only the perfect gift for a busy mum but also the ideal outfit for a well-earned day relaxing at home.