Show Mum How Much She Means to You
  • This Mother’s Day, we will be pulling out all the stops to help you show Mum what she really means to you, with unforgettable experiences on offer at both the Assembly Rooms and The Pump Room. Delights include a tour of Bath’s iconic Fashion Museum, followed by Afternoon Tea at the Assembly Rooms, or a special meal within the stunning Georgian setting of the Pump Room.

    Celebrate Mother’s Day in true style with an exclusive Fashion Museum and Fizz Tea at the stunning Assembly Rooms. Start the day exploring the world-class collection of contemporary and historic dresses at Bath’s famous Fashion Museum, before enjoying a delicious afternoon tea in the Assembly Rooms Café. The special Mother’s Day menu, priced at £25, includes a selection of savoury treats, pastries and freshly baked homemade scones, served with Dorset clotted cream and jam, alongside a glass of Greyfriars Cuvée Brut NV.

    For those looking for an extra special treat, the Georgian treasure of The Pump Room will be serving a selection of special Mother’s Day menus to celebrate throughout the day. Built in the 1790s, with its glittering chandeliers and ornate spa fountain, The Pump Room provides the perfect ambience for special occasions. Menus have been created by Searcys Executive Chef Mark Pearson, utilising the best of seasonal British ingredients in the West Country.

    For early risers, guests can enjoy a Mother’s Day brunch, with a choice of classic brunch dishes, a glass of English fizz, plus tea or coffee, all available for £15. Alternatively, enjoy a leisurely lunch, with one, two or three courses available at £17.50, £23.75 or £30 respectively. Add a glass of English fizz for only £7.50, or take a look at the elegant menu of classic cocktails available, all with an English garden influence.

    Afternoon tea traditionalists can dive into the Mother’s Day Champagne afternoon tea, perfect for a shopping break or after a tour of the Roman Baths. Priced at £36.50, the tea includes a selection of classic sweet and savoury bites, along with warm homemade fruit and buttermilk scones, paired with a glass of Searcys own Champagne, Searcys Brut Cuvée NV.

    Dedicated to sustainability, all Searcys menus at both the Assembly Rooms and The Pump Room champion the finest producers from Bath and the surrounding area, including Bakers of Bath, Pensworth Dairies and Bath’s family butcher, Bartlett & Sons. All jams are produced by family–run food producer The Cherry Tree, from Dorset, while the coffee is hand-roasted by Extract Coffee Roasters in Bristol, who source the beans directly from an organic cooperative of farmers in Peru and a pioneering family-run estate in Colombia.

    About The Pump Rooms:

    The Grand Pump Room was built in the early 1790s, and soon became the destination for high society to meet and ‘take the waters’ from the hot springs while enjoying lavish entertainment. Famous authors such as Jane Austen mentioned it in her novels Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, as where “every creature in Bath was to be seen…”. And Mary Shelley wrote the iconic Frankenstein while staying in lodgings next door. Over 200 years later, most of the neo-classical style and Georgian features remain unchanged – creating the perfect ambience in which to enjoy the quintessentially English custom of afternoon tea. To book, please click here, call 01225 444477 or email