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These days there are so many options for the big Valentine’s Day date, the best thing you can do is make it as meaningful as possible, so if a fancy dinner is not your kind of thing as a couple do not fret, here are a few ideas of where to take your special someone that you may not have considered.
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There are no rules about when you have to celebrate Valentine’s Day, so why limit it to the evening? Take her out to her favourite brunch spot or the fanciest place in town for afternoon tea, many places do Valentine’s themed afternoon tea events. Then, when you are done, go home and spend the rest of the day enjoying each other’s company.
Many of us enjoy a wine tour, the excuse to get tipsy together over some delicious wine, what is not love? However, with gin quickly becoming our favourite tipple, why not book yourselves onto a gin tour instead? Try new flavoured gins together and buy a bottle of your favourite at the end, when you open the bottle it will always remind you of the wonderful date you had together
If cooking is not usually your thing, now would be a good time to give it a try, especially if you know her favourite meal. There are many recipe ideas online with step by step instructions in case you are not the most confident in the kitchen, and the effort is bound to win you more brownie points!
There is nothing more romantic then a night in a fancy hotel, even if it is not far away from home, the change of scenery for a night makes this occasion much more magical. So, book a room at a nice hotel, put on your dressing gowns, order room service and relive the first nights you spent together, before children and bills.
Of course, you cannot go wrong with eating out on Valentine’s Day, just make sure you book in advance as the best places do book up quickly. If there is a restaurant that you shared a first date, her favourite place in town, or a new place have been meaning to try together – get in early and make a reservation. On the night, tell her to take her time getting ready, surprise her with the location and enjoy the evening.