Valentines Date Night Ideas

Valentine’s Day is coming up so quick and it’s one of the only holidays and celebrations, I’m not too fond off. Whether you’re single or in a relationship Valentine’s Day can be hard. Date Nights can be so rare for couples, as I know they are for us. Here are a few Valentine’s Date Night Ideas for you!

Romantic Dinner

You don’t need to go out to have a romantic dinner. You and your spouse can cook a whole meal together or even book a three course meal for home delivery. Grab a bottle of wine, non alcoholic wine or even beer and sit down. You both deserve to spend some time together on Valentine’s Day whether you’re going out or staying in. Depending on where you live in the world you could even have a BBQ.

Couples Spa Day

The local hotel or spa will be hosting Couple Spa Days on the run up to Valentine’s Day. You both may work full time and hardly ever get to relax together. This is a perfect way to unwind and you could even stay the night at a hotel! You can go to the spa, out for dinner and have a few drinks for Valentine’s Day. You can find a lot of good deals on Groupon and other sites.

Explore The Great Outdoors

Nothing beats the great outdoors and there’s a lot that you can do for free or at a low cost. You can go hiking, rock climbing or even on a bike ride. Nature Parks, State Parks or even somewhere out of town that you would like to go. It doesn’t even have to be a trail, you could go walk around a town or city that you have never walked around or explored before. Check out State Parks as you will be able to get a pass to all State Parks for pretty cheap.

Wine Tasting

Wine Tasting is something that I always have wanted to do. Once we can drink again, it’ll happen! I know not everyone is into wine but this can be an incredible experience to learn what sort of wine goes with what meat and much more. This can be quite expensive but from what I’ve heard, it’s a hundred percent worth it. At certain wine tastings, you will get snacks and other things. You will be able to taste white and red wines. Make sure you have a sober driver to take you home from the wine tasting, as no one needs a DUI on their record.

Love, Bee xxx

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