6 Romantic Ideas For Valentine’s Day

It’s always nice just to do something special on Valentine’s Day, so here are a few sure-fire ways to knock someone off their feet with the Peak District’s beauty (and most likely a glass of prosecco).


Afternoon Tea at Chatsworth

Celebrate the most romantic day of the year in the charming setting of the 18th century stables courtyard at Chatsworth House. There will be prosecco, delicate finger sandwiches, cakes, pastries and of course, lots and lots of tea.


Chatsworth - credit Chatsworth House Trust (1)

                        Photo by Chatsworth House Trust



Masquerade Ball at the Three Horseshoes Inn

The wonderful Three Horseshoes Inn is throwing a masquerade ball; and it’s sure to a great night and a really fun way of spending the Valentine’s weekend. For £37 per person, enjoy a Brut rose reception, three course meal and a disco. The dress code will be black tie, and don’t forget your mask!


Valentine’s Lunch for two at Cromford Mills

You can enjoy a sparkling lunch for two in Arkwright’s Café including a selection of sandwiches, romantic themed cakes, home-made scones, and a glass of sparkling prosecco each- then to the canal for a romantic stroll afterwards.

Valentine’s Treat at Marriott Breadsall

Whisk your Valentine date off to enjoy a romantic weekend at the oldest Marroiott hotel in the WORLD, Breadsall Priory. Have yourselves an indulgent 5 course dinner and a glass of prosecco, for £149.00 for a double room, dinner and breakfast!


 Marriot Breadsall Priory  Hotel Derby Enhanced Main image


Spa Break at Shrigley Hall

Enjoy a Spa or golfing break in the dreamy and idyllic rural country hotel of Shrigley Hall. The grand rooms, luxurious spa treatments, elegant restaurant and stunning countryside views will ensure romance is ever-present.


A Day in Bakewell

Bakwell is a lovely town to visit for the day; there’s the rover Wye to have a realxing walk along, shops to nose around in and of course Bakewell puddings to eat.

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