The pressure is on chaps, here are some ideas for a romantic night.
This Valentine’s Day, treat your loved one to a very special evening at The Gleneagles HotelThe Gleneagles Hotel. The most romantic night of the year will begin with a champagne and canapé reception in the gorgeous Glendevon Room, followed by a four-course dinner with wines by Maisons Bollinger and Chapoutier in the stunning ballroom.
Located right at the heart of the hotel, the grand ballroom is a masterpiece of Edwardian design and a truly romantic setting for an intimate dinner for two. The menu, created by Executive Head Chef Alan Gibb, will feature some of the most delicious dishes that were served to the champions at the 2014 Ryder Cup and others that celebrate Gleneagles’ 90 years of heritage.
Unwind with your special someone to harmonies from “Le Swing” as they serenade you with sweet music during your dinner. In addition, there will be live music in the bar for those who fancy an after-dinner cocktail.
What’s included: From £450 per room, per night, based on two sharing a Classic room. Includes Champagne and canapé reception, four-course dinner and wine, breakfast and full use of the Club leisure facilities. Guests can book a table for two or any other number they wish.
The Roxburghe Hotel are having a month of love. 2-night breaks including a £20 food & drink voucher to put towards a candlelit dinner for two or a bottle of fizz in the restaurant. More information on their website.
Grand Central Hotel Glasgow Also have a month of love with 2-night breaks including a £20 food & drink voucher to put towards a candlelit dinner for two or a bottle of fizz in the stylish Tempus Restaurant or their exclusive Valentine weekend offer including: B&B, drink on arrival and chocolates or strawberries in the room.