Valentine’s Day Getaway Ideas

Valentine’s Day falls on Sunday February 14, 2016. Key weekends for getaways will be February 12-13 for couples who celebrate early and February 19-20 for couples who give the gift on Valentine’s day to arrive the following weekend. Most people have work schedules that interfere with celebrating the holiday as an overnight getaway that contains a Sunday. Plan accordingly to make romance coincide with the holiday. Roses and chocolates are traditional gifts, fancy restaurants will be packed, B&B rooms with 2 person Jacuzzi tubs will be in short supply.

Here is a list of desirable gifts for your lover on Valentine’s Day:

  • Flowers – Red Roses are best
  • Chocolates – Truffles are uncommon
  • Dinner – Fine dining with steak or seafood
  • Movie – 1st run in theater or Netflix in private
  • Jewelry –  Heart shaped or marriage proposal
  • Poetry – Self written rhymes are appreciated
  • Massage – relax and remove stress
  • Attention – Spend time in private
  • Getaway – Bed and Breakfast

Many fancy restaurants are not open on Sundays. That means that a
romantic dinner will be celebrated before or after Valentine’s Day this year. Spreading the celebration day over a couple of weeks means that the lines may not be as long, the restaurants will not be as crowded, and a perfect night out might be easier to obtain. Surprise your lover a day or week early or make the promise for a romantic getaway on the day to celebrate a few days or weeks later.

The Munro House in Jonesville can make all of the arrangements for a romantic getaway in a single, 10 minute phone call. They have become experts in helping to design a perfect weekend getaway or overnight stay. Just pick a date and choose a room, then decide on the extras to create a tailor-made overnight package. It could include roses, truffles, dinner, movie passes, and massages. You could add the personal touch with a gift of jewelry, poetry, or undistracted one-on-one time. Then arrive to your pre-arranged agenda for a getaway filled with romance.

Mike Venturini

“Life is good in Jonesville”

 

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