Mother’s Day City (re)treat with

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As Mother’s Day draws near, sons and daughters up and down the country will be searching for the best way to display their love and appreciation for Mum.

To assist those searching for luxury on a budget, has found the perfect Mother’s Day retreat. This trendy flat in East London accommodates 4 and is only £89 per night for Mother’s Day weekend.

Located in a beautiful period property, the apartment overlooks Weavers Field Park with stunning views of the City. It is beautifully furnished, with luxurious amenities and an ample kitchen for you to cook Mum breakfast in bed.

The accommodation is in the heart of London‘s artisan and fashion hub, close to luxurious spas, top notch restaurants and the stunning V&A museum. Within walking distance are the historic markets of Spitalfields, Broadway and Petticoat Lane, and with London’s finest (and cheapest!) selection of flowers nearby on Columbia Road, you’re well placed to hand-pick fresh flowers for Mum on her special day.

Whatever is on the agenda for showing Mum just how much you love her this week, holidaying with has it.

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About Wimdu
Wimdu is a social accommodation community that brings together travellers and hosts from around the world to enable consumers worldwide to travel like a local.

Wimdu enables hosts to generate additional income on their spare rooms, while guests can search for a room and a rate that suits them. The site lists a range of over 50,000 properties internationally across over 100 countries with everything from boltholes in Berlin to English castles.

Wimdu was founded in 2011 by serial entrepreneurs Hinrich Dreiling and Arne Bleckwenn who wanted to harness social media to transform the way consumers are travelling worldwide. Wimdu’s Managing Director in the UK, Karim Hardane, manages a team of over 30 and lists over 3,000 properties nationwide.

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