Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. Many countries celebrate it on the third Sunday of June, which is the 16th this year.
There are a lot of dads out there who are partial to a game of golf, and no matter how good they think they are, a golf lesson will always make a great gift.
Headlam Hall offer a ‘Improve Your Golf’ Short Break, which would be ideal for the golf loving dads out there. The two-night break includes:
– Accommodation in a double/twin room
– Full English breakfast daily
– Two course a la carte dinner each night
– 3 ½ hours of golf tuition to include long game, short game, putting and on course visualisation, golf strategy and shot execution
– Unlimited free use of the excellent nine-hole course
– Full use of the spa facilities
– The break is priced from £190 per person.
I’m pretty certain that finding a dad who didn’t appreciate a classic car is a pretty hard task. Combe House Hotel in Devon has a perfect break for all those car loving dads.
The Classic Morgan British Sports Car Break
The break allows you to explore Devon in a Classic Morgan British Sports Car for a ‘Special Break’ with a difference: your very own Classic Morgan Sports Car for the day or a long weekend. The break includes two-nights accommodation with dinner and breakfast included along with Morgan car hire for the entire weekend. This amazing break will cost around £998.
Again food is a very popular topic with most men, but for those who really enjoy all things foodies, the Green Bough Hotel in Cheshire has the perfect gift: one-day and two-day vouchers for a cookery lesson. ‘Cheshire Cooks’ offers a fresh approach to cooking in an ideal learning environment. With courses to suit all levels of expertise and culinary interests their team of talented Chefs will introduce ingredients, techniques and dishes that you can then experiment with in your own kitchen.
The vouchers are available in the values of £25, £50, £75 and £100.« View all blog articles.