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SPONSORED: Four ways to spoil a special lady this Mother’s Day

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Every day is special – but there is one particular day of the year when your Mum, or special mother-figure in your life, deserves to be spoiled. With Mother’s Day just around the corner (on March 22), it’s time to think about what you will surprise your mum with. Will it be a lunch with fizz? A spa day? A beautiful handmade item of jewellery? A new tweed handbag? Or a getaway at a country house hotel? Don’t worry about searching for the ideal gift, as we have four amazing options right here…

Spoil Mum with day out at Dunkeld House Hotel

Let Dunkeld House Hotel take care of spoiling mum this Mother’s Day. Set within the beautiful Perthshire hills, the four-star country house hotel is the perfect setting to show your appreciation to a wonderful mum.

Treat her to a delicious three-course Sunday roast at the hotel’s riverside restaurant. Available on Sunday 22nd March from 12.30 pm to 3pm and only £24.95 per person. Plus, as a special thank you for everything mum does she will receive a complimentary glass of fizz.

Or why not let mum take the whole day off and indulge in the Time For Mum spa day. It includes a revitalising hot stone back massage and a choice to have a file and polish on fingers or toes. Mum can put her feet up with full access to the spa and health club and enjoy a two-course lunch with a glass of fizz. Available from 20th March to 9th April 2020 and only £85 per person.

*To book one of these delightful Mother’s Day treats call 01350 717772 or visit the website by clicking here.

Something for every Mother at Harris Tweed

Looking for that extra special gift this Mother’s day?

The continuation of family tradition at Harris Tweed Isle of Harris combines true Scottish Heritage with high fashion products for everyday use.

From luxurious Harris Tweed coats and jackets, stylish handbags in a wide selection of styles and pretty purses in a variety of bright or traditional colours, there is something for every Mother here.

Locally made homeware is available so you can choose your own Harris Tweed from our range to be made into throws, bedspreads and cushion covers, or you can browse our stock to find the perfect present.

*You can find the full range in store on Harris and Inverness or online by clicking here. For more information, call 01859 502040.


You’ll find that perfect gift for Mother’s Day at Deerness

Looking for that perfect gift for Mother’s Day or the special person in your life?

Award winning spirits from Orkney’s Deerness Distillery have the answer, with these stunning hampers (pictured). They also have single bottle options.

Owned and founded by Stuart and Adelle Brown, Deerness Distillery is situated in the beautiful Parish of Deerness on the east mainland of Orkney. The couple designed and constructed the distillery with the help of family, friends and neighbours.

It accommodates stills which distill gin and vodka, plus a forthcoming range of bespoke spirits and liqueurs.

Deerness Distillery also offers tours, tastings and a shop.

*Purchase a hamper or gift for mum now by clicking here or here.


Orkney jeweller can craft something special for Mum

Karen Duncan is a Burray lass and her jewellery designs strongly reflect her local roots in the linked south isles.

She was recently accepted into the Guild of Master Craftsmen, the first Orkney jeweller to gain this accolade, in recognition of the artisan skills she has honed over the last 30 years.

In 2007, Karen took a leap of faith and set up on her own, establishing a workshop in the house she was building in Burray. It’s here Karen creates new designs, experiments with different textures and colours, and perfects each piece before it is packaged up ready for sale.

Karen comes from a long line of craftspeople and has adapted these inherited skills and her natural problem-solving abilities to the world of jewellery making. She can turn her hand to anything: one-off commissioned pieces for special occasions, remodelling or repairing existing pieces, as well as making her own designs.

*To find out more about Karen Duncan Jewellery, visit the website by clicking here.