Father’s Day Gifting Guide
Dad might not admit it, but he’s quite fond of being appreciated on Father’s Day. Here are some Dad-centric gift ideas that will help you find something suitable, whatever his age. To make things easier, we’ve organised them in order of value for you. You can also shop all things Father’s Day by visiting our dedicated aisle on the site.
GIFTS £10 & UNDER
Say it big and say it bold: ‘Best Dad’. And don’t forget to say it with the instantly recognisable Emma Bridgewater font.
Cheerful Dad Socks, £4.50
Help Dad make a statement with these Cheerful Dad Socks that come in stand-out-from-the-crowd colours, and have a cheery Dad-centric message.
Dads always seem to need new socks and these will put a real spring in his step. Stylish, comfortable and with a lovely Father’s Day message.
Lift Dad’s enjoyment of his morning ‘caffeinated beverage’ with this stylish ‘Best Dad’ mug packaged in a presentation box from Belly Button Designs.
You’ve found the best ever Father’s Day card. As much a paper sculpture as it is a card, and definitely a keepsake.
I Love You Daddy Pig book, £5.59
Whether or not your Daddy likes sitting on the sofa watching TV, is the ‘DIY expert of the house’, or is a world record muddy puddle jumping champion, he’s bound to love this Daddy Pig book.
Some dads just love reducing the room to groans through the art of telling awful jokes in a terrible way. This book will give new ammunition to just such a Dad.
A trip to the library may not be dad’s idea of a great Father’s Day outing, but he probably will enjoy this chocolate library. This extraordinary chocolate is free from colourings, gluten, GM and preservatives.
GIFTS £20 & UNDER
Made with the soothing essence of milk thistle, this gift set is luxury in a box and will leave Dad smelling and looking fantastic.
So many Dads seem to have a battered old wallet in their pockets (occasionally held together with gaffer tape). Get the Dad in your life a classic that he’ll be proud of.
After a long day, your Dad will find that much needed good night’s sleep so much more satisfying in these cotton PJs that call out his cuddly side.
Whether your Dad is a chocoholic or just likes a nibble with his coffee, he should love this collection of three creamy and mild chocolates.
This is surely the universal Father’s Day gift that is guaranteed to make the Dad in your life a happy Daddy. Beer + snacks + new glass = win.
Does your Dad dream of being a master whisky blender? Even if he’s just partial to the odd dram, this whisky blending kit will enhance his enjoyment of the ambrosial liquid.
GIFTS £40 & UNDER
Dad loves cooking a fry-up, so this bacon home curing kit will hit Father’s Day gift bull’s eye. He’ll be serving up his own cured bacon in seven days.
Dad reckons he’s something of a master cocktail maker, so he’ll love these three highly original gins from the Black Forest region of Germany. Get the glasses out..
Ottolenghi Simple, £25
Filled with fresh, Mediterranean-inspired dishes that work for entertaining or day-to-day cooking. As the name suggests Simple is for Dads who are a dab hand in the kitchen.
The King of Soho Gin, £35
Named after the famous King of Soho himself, Paul Raymond, this gin uses 12 botanicals to create a drink that will bring back Dad’s nights out in the heart of London.
Now you’ve got your gift for Dad sorted, why don’t you check out these delicious recipes, perfect for a Father’s Day feast.