If you have no plans this Valentine’s Day then this guide is just for you! This Valentine’s Day, why not soak up the beautiful county of Worcestershire with your loved one? Check out our guide to the best romantic days out this February.
Hiking through the Malvern Hills couldn’t be more romantic. You can follow walks and trails right from The Abbey’s front door, around Great Malvern, and into the Malvern Hills. Be inspired by the grand scenic views on top of the Worcestershire Beacon. Dotted throughout the Malvern Hills lies evidence of the Victorian Water Cure with fountains and wells on hand, ideal for cooling off and topping up water bottles.
Get your popcorn at the ready and take a trip to the Malvern Theatre to enjoy the many showings they have with your Valentine. On Valentine’s Day they’ll be showing Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night live from his home town of Stratford-upon-Avon. They’ll be also showing the hilarious Downsizing, a comedy entailing a married couple deciding to escape the daily humdrum of modern life by downsizing. Head down to the Malvern Theatre to see what else they have in store.
Cycle round the countryside
In every romantic film, there’s almost always a couple taking a long bike ride together. Try it out yourself with your special someone this Valentine’s Day and follow the many cycle trails in Worcester. There are many routes to choose from with both long and short distances available to ensure you have a smooth ride this Valentines Day.
The Abbey Hotel
This Valentine’s Day we want you to celebrate the right way. Come and stay at The Abbey and explore the historic spa town of Great Malvern. Treat yourself to a one night stay with a three course dinner and a bottle of wine per couple, plus we will give you a full English breakfast in the morning! Surprise that someone special and book our Winter Break ready in time for the big day. For more information about this offer, click here. Take a look at our gift options we have available here, from Valentines tea for two to a couples body and sole break, there’s something to please everyone.
Back to all posts