'We love you Mum'

5 best places and treats for your Mum on Mother’s Day

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Mother's Day, 12th May, is fast approaching and we're offering you some inspiration and guidance on ways you can treat that ever-important woman in your life.

We've got ideas for foodies, for those who need a bit of TLC and for those who want some sparkle and pop.

1)    La Motte - If your Mum wants a bit of cultural and historical stimulation, then take her to la Motte in Franschhoek where you can stroll around their museum, take part in one of their structured walks or you can serenade her with music at one of their classical music concerts. For upcoming events, click here. If that sounds a little too strenuous, let her relax with a food and wine pairing at Pierneef à La Motte, the estate's award-winning restaurant.
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2)    J.C Le Roux – Grab the girls in your family and head to the newly refurbished house of J.C Le Roux for a deliciously sweet pairing of nougat and bubbly or meringues and bubbly. They now have a new chic room which is perfect for parties and bachelorettes.
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3)    Steenberg  – Take a load off her shoulders and pamper your Mum for all her hard work at the Steenberg hotel's Spa. The hotel itself is surrounded by lush vineyards and is at the foot of the magnificent Steenberg Mountains making it a perfect retreat.
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4)    Avondale - Warm her heart by a roaring fire with some wines made to mother's Nature approval. A beautiful spot for wine tasting that promises to be personal and informative.
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5)   Wine.co.za - Who wouldn't want to be spoiled with wine? Make this Mother's Day extra special and order your bubbly from us. We'll deliver it free to any address in South Africa just in time to surprise that special lady. Click here to view this month's Mother's Day specials.

For more 'wish you were here' inspiration, click here to view our spotlight page

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