Restaurants, hotels and pubs tell us about the extra activities they're planning to make their businesses more appealing for Father's Day on 20 June.
Whisky master class
Albannach in London’s Trafalgar Square is offering £10 off its whisky master class for Father's Day. The restaurant and bar’s whisky expert will explain all there is to know about whisky, demonstrating the proper way to taste the drink. Albannach is also offering a special three-course whisky lunch for £30, and a Father's Day whisky flight for £35.
The Gun in London’s Docklands is offering a Father's Day package to one dad and his friends. The party will be treated to a range of whisky aperitifs in the bar before sitting down to a five-course dinner, featuring game, rare breed steak and chocolate fondant, in the upstairs private dining room. After dinner the party will be able to choose a classic ‘boys’ film and play on the resident Playstation 3 and Wii while enjoying a selection of digestifs. The package is priced at £125 per person.
Clay pigeon shooting
Relais and Chateaux hotel Chewton Glen in Hampshire is offering fathers staying at the property a day of manly activities including clay pigeon shooting, held on the grounds of the hotel. Later in the afternoon the whole family can join their dads for a special afternoon tea or a Fathers’ Day Sunday Lunch.
Golf… Spa… Dad
Pennyhill Park in Bagshot, Surrey, has put together a package for dads and a partner for Father’s Day. For £320 for two, dads can enjoy a round of golf on the htel’s nin-hole course, access to The Spa and gym facilities, a three-course table d’hote supper in the Brasserie Restaurant, a night’s stay and breakfast the following morning.