Treat Mum to tea fit for a queen at The Royal Hotel from £43.50 per person.
The Royal was one of Queen Victoria’s favourite tea spots on the Island, and what better way to say thank you this Mother’s Day than with a delicious Royal Afternoon Tea, served from 3.30pm in the main restaurant. The menu features a selection of delicious finger sandwiches, exquisite cakes and pastries, all served with a pot of refreshing Jing tea. A trip to the Isle of Wight is the perfect way to celebrate Mother’s Day, and visitors could combine their Afternoon Tea with trips to other well-known Island attractions such as Osborne House and the Botanic Gardens at Ventnor to really make a day of it.
A royal day out on the Isle of Wight from £43.50 per person, including the Royal Afternoon Tea at The Royal Hotel and day return vehicle crossings with Red Funnel. Upgrade: if you really want to pull out all the stops upgrade to a Champagne Tea for an extra £7 per person – from £50.50 per person, including the Champagne Tea and day return vehicle crossings with Red Funnel.
For a longer stay…
Treat Mum to a spring break at The Royal Hotel – from £275 per person
A refined, historic jewel, The Royal Hotel has been receiving travellers for more than 180 years. Built in 1832 it is one of the oldest hotels on the Island and has been featured in every Michelin Guide since it was first published in 1911.
Visitors looking for an extra special treat can book the Royal Retreat package, including two nights’ accommodation in a luxurious room, a full English breakfast each morning, a relaxing 30 minute massage each, a three-course table d’hôte dinner each night, and return vehicle crossings with Red Funnel Isle of Wight Ferries. The Royal Retreat package costs from £275 per person, including return vehicle crossings with Red Funnel. Based on two adults sharing a room, travelling until 30 April 2016 (excluding 25-27 March 2016).
For more information and to book, visit www.redfunnel.co.uk or call 0844 844 9988.