Finding the Best Traditional 65th Birthday Gifts
Turning 65 is, for many, a sign that it’s time to start taking life a little slower. The vast majority of people are retired by this age, but that doesn’t mean all the fun is gone from life—quite the contrary! It’s a great excuse to get some great 65th birthday gifts to help your loved one celebrate their day in style.
There are some really great traditional gifts available for 65th birthday gifts. For example, you could treat your birthday person to a wonderful afternoon tea for two at a variety of fantastic venues. There are places all over the country that offer delicious afternoon teas and some of them even include a glass of champagne, which is sure to be a truly memorable birthday gift.
Our love for chocolate also stays with us throughout our lives, so why not treat the birthday boy or girl to a wonderful chocolate gift? For example, you could give them a delicious chocolate or even a Tower of Treats Basket, which is exactly what the name suggests: a tower of treats, in a basket. There is Chilean wine, sweets, cakes and mantecados in the basket, as well as much, much more.
You can also let your birthday person know that you’ve really thought about their gift by getting them a personalized gift. A very good option here is a personalized bottle of wine, champagne or whiskey, as this allows you to satisfy their tastes and at the same time offer a gift that the vast majority of people will appreciate.
Most 65-year-olds have more time on their hands than when they were younger, so their birthday can be a great opportunity to send them on an exciting journey. For example, if they like sports, you can send them on a tour of Lords cricket ground or watch some horse racing. There are also many fantastic ‘dinner and a show’ giveaways that they are sure to love. If your 65-year-old son loves to see the sights, then a trip to the Tower of London might be just what he needs.
They’re sure to love the Paradise Wildlife Park Gardens, too, where they’ll not only enjoy stunning surroundings, but also delicious cream tea. For a more unusual gift for someone who already has everything they need, making them the Laird or Lady of a piece of Scottish land might be a great option. It’s a humorous gift but one that also lets them know how much they mean to you. Naming a star after them is another gift they are sure to appreciate, no matter what their tastes are.