Spend Mother’s Day in Style On Board The Royal Yacht Britannia
Edinburgh’s iconic Royal Yacht Britannia is the perfect place to celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday 26 March.For over 44 years, Britannia was home to one of the most well-known mothers in the world, Her Majesty The Queen, making this a truly unique and fitting Mother’s Day treat.
When on board, explore Britannia’s beautiful State Apartments which include two special rooms: the Queen’s favourite room, the Sun Lounge; and the stunning State Dining Room where Her Majesty entertained world leaders and celebrities from Winston Churchill and Nelson Mandela to Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra.
Enjoy a luxurious Champagne cream tea whilst taking in the beautiful views across the Firth of Forth from the Royal Deck Tea Room. Sit back, relax and savour a glass of chilled Veuve Cliquot Rosé with either a home-made scone with jam & clotted cream, or a slice of divine freshly baked cake. Britannia’s resident pianist will be playing relaxing classical background music.
For those in search of ideal Mother’s Day presents, Britannia’s gift shop has a great selection including: Isle of Bute candles; ‘Her Ladyship’ fine bone china tea sets; and the exclusive William Morris beauty products collection.
Gift vouchers are available online and in the Gift Shop. Presented in a crested Royal Yacht Britannia gift wallet, the vouchers can be used to purchase admission tickets to discover what life was like on board Britannia. They can also be used in the Royal Deck Tea Room, onboard NAAFI (sweet shop) or Gift Shop.
For further information, drop in to The Royal Yacht Britannia Visitor Centre in Ocean Terminal, second floor, or call 0131 555 5566.
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