Warner reminds you of your very first date this Valentine’s Day

Warner Leisure Hotels - Cricket St Thomas Croquet Lawn

Our hotels offer exciting break options in some truly stunning locations. We have nine hotels in the UK and our properties include beautiful Grade I listed stately homes and manor houses. Warner also has four coastal villages offering some wonderfully romantic settings. Relax in one of our historic suites with free-standing baths, huge oak sleigh beds and stunning interiors. Our Victoria Suite bathroom at Thoresby Hall Hotel has two roll top baths side by side facing a TV screen, a quirky feature perfect for this Valentine’s Day!

59% of Brits plan on celebrating Valentine’s Day

Throughout history Warner locations have been backdrops to great love stories. At Littlecote House Hotel Henry VIII spent time wooing Jane Seymour and at Nidd Hall Hotel there is a room named after Wallis Simpson, the sweetheart of Edward VIII who abdicated the throne to marry her. Cricket St. Thomas Hotel is a beautiful Grade II listed mansion and it’s no wonder Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton were regular visitors here. With 13 locations across the UK, you too can enjoy strolling around the beautiful 160 acres of landscaped gardens. Have a look at our YouTube video to see more by clicking here!

We’ve made sure our menus are extra special too. Treat your partner to a fine-dining experience at one of our restaurants such as The Orchard, at Holme Lacy House in Herefordshire. It has been said that Italian food is the favourite dish for men to prepare for their loved one on Valentine’s*, so why not treat yourself to a cosy table in Fenochhi’s courtyard restaurant? Throughout dinner there will be strolling musicians and special Valentine’s themed decorations.

35% of diners find Italian cuisine the most romantic on Valentine’s Day.

Ladies, when you step into the restaurant for dinner on the 14th at Sinah Warren Hotel you’ll be given a long stem carnation and at Holme Lacy House Hotel you’ll find a beautiful red rose waiting for you.

Red roses mean: “having respect and courtesy for you”.

Guests that book before the 31st will receive an additional £10 off per person as an extra treat. Warner has thought of all the small details and with three-night breaks from £195 per person there’s no better time to enjoy a romantic trip away! And don’t forget that you can save up to 40% off a magical Easter break if you book now.

To get you in the mood we’ve put together some Valentine’s Day facts that you can use to show off to your loved one. Have a look at the infographic below and see if you can learn a thing or two about the most romantic day of the year!

Valentine's Day Infographic by Warner Leisure Hotels

If you own a website or blog, we’d love for you to share our infographic with your readers. Feel free to copy and paste the embed code below:

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This Valentine’s Day infographic was created by <a href="http://www.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/">Warner Leisure Hotels</a> – <a href="https://blog.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/2013/02/07/warner-reminds-you-of-your-very-first-date-this-valentines-day/">click here</a> to view the original blog post.

* www.opentable.com 35% of diners find Italian cuisine to be the most romantic on Valentine’s Day.

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