Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Are you stressed out on what to do for this Valentine’s Day?  When you are a couple, and especially a new one, what you do on this day can mean a lot.  It shouldn’t but it does! Here are some ideas of what to do for Valentine’s…

First you will be looking for a hotel, to romance your loved one in.  A room in a hotel needn’t break the bank, booking online help can save a lot of money and find you a great room.

Once you have sorted out somewhere to pamper your better half, a meal is the next bit on the to-do list so you’ll want to get a restaurant nearby.  Located in the heart of Glasgow city centre near to a variety of hotels is…

Lychee Oriental Restaurant are a welcome addition to the Glasgow scene.   With their first Valentines Menu now online for perusal.  For £27.50 you get three courses as well as a strawberry Bellini on arrival.
You could pick a hotel at the Charing Cross end of the city, a wide range of activities can be found here from bars, theatres, museums, great transport links as well as the following in-hotel restaurant
Hilton Glasgow –
3 course dinner in the restaurant for £25
Morblas at Hilton Glasgow
Also available from 14-17th at 1pm and 3pm is a Valentine’s Afternoon tea served with a glass of champagne.
Hilton Glasgow, 1 William Street, Glasgow, G3 8HT
t- 0141 204 5555

Picking a hotel in the West End of Glasgow gives you a chance to sample the quirky student vibe of Ashton Lane, the bars of Byres Road and a variety of restaurants including one located in the impressive building of what was Kelvinside Railway Station is The Italian Bistro.  Mains options include: prime Scottish fillet of beef, roast breast of chicken, Stornoway black pudding buttery mash.  The desserts on offer are: passion fruit cheesecake with strawberries; white chocolate pot and passion fruit sorbet and much more.

The Italian Bistro’s Valentine’s menu is available at £24.95 per person.  The Italian Bistro 1501 Great Western Rd, Glasgow, G12  Phone:0141 339 5575


Change the search area of the above search link for Edinburgh and you will be able to find hotels near to these establishments.

667451621753A8B43Cafe St Honoré are offering all evening diners some oysters on arrival on 14, 15 and 16 Feb.  Hidden down a cobbled lane, but just 2 minutes from Princes Street.  Menus are lovingly prepared by Scottish Chef of the Year 2011, Neil Forbes, using the very best local and seasonal produce. 


 Cafe St Honoré 34 North West Thistle Street Lane Edinburgh EH2 1EA


The new restaurant by Mark Greenaway have released their Valentine’s Menu.  There’s been a good buzz on twitter regarding Mark’s restaurant.  Located in between Waverly and Haymarket, you get the best of both parts of Edinburgh.  A short walk to the old town but located in the swish new town buildings.


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