Other upsides of going away with mum include them being prepared for any situation and being able to see her properly relax.
A poll of 2,000 adults in contact with their mother figure found Cornwall, London and Edinburgh were deemed the top spots to treat her to a trip away.
These beat glitzy overseas destinations like Ibiza, Las Vegas or Dubai.
The research was commissioned by Hotels.com, which also revealed searches for trips around Mother’s Day weekend are up 23 per cent on 2019 – the last pre-pandemic year.
The accommodation giant also claims Brits are ready to treat their mums like VIPs, with searches for both 5 and 4-star locations increasing since 2019 by 40 per cent and 55 per cent respectively on their site.
Amenities such as ‘spa facilities’ (60 per cent increase) and ‘bathtub in room’ (76 per cent increase) have also seen a spike in searches this year.
Other top benefits of going away with mum include the novelty of seeing them get tipsy and that she’ll make the beds in the morning.
TV personality and presenter Vogue Williams, who has worked with Hotels.com to offer tips on getting away with mum this year, said: “Being able to run away with my mum as an adult is something I really value, particularly now I’m a mother myself.
“I know how precious these memories are to me and my family, so it was no surprise to me that Hotels.com found that 61 per cent of those taking ‘Mummi-breaks’ say that going on holiday with their mum has given them a special bond.
“A hotel stay means all the mundane squabbles over things like dishes can be parked and we both get to put our feet up.”
To help those planning a Mother’s Day surprise, Hotels.com is running a competition to give one winner the chance to treat

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