Couple at Beach

Celebrate Valentine's Day in East Anglia

Take a stroll on a beautiful beach

Family Walk Holkham

Enjoy a beach walk together on one of the many beaches on the East of England coast. Explore a quaint coastal town and perhaps squeeze in a bit of antiquing. Work up an appetite with a long stroll and then warm up with some fish and chips whilst you take in the view. If you have children in tow why not check out Holkham Beach, with its endless golden sands to explore and streams to dam up, perhaps they will be occupied enough to give you a moment 'alone'!

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Enjoy a romantic meal

Romantic Meal

Celebrate Valentine's day with a romantic meal out together. Pictured is the Leaping Hare restaurant at Wyken Vineyards near Stanton, Bury St. Edmunds, which has been featured in the Good Food Guide for 20 consecutive years. For more ideas click the link below.

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Unwind with a spa visit

Book a trip to one of the amazing spas in the East of England, including the beautiful Spa at St. Giles House, Norwich. You can enjoy treatments in the deeply relaxing environment, have a bite to eat in the Bistro and even stay the night. This place is sure to meet all your pampering needs!

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Take a romantic mini break

Ickworth Spa

In the East of England you will find a fantastic selection of places for the perfect weekend away including romantic hideaways, cosy cottages, boutique hotels or a room with a view on the coast. Parents might want to consider The Ickworth, this unique country house hotel is family friendly and even offers two free hours of childcare on each day of your stay, so you’ll have plenty of time to relax and unwind! For more ideas of places to stay, click below.

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Explore heritage in the East of England

Framlingham

Gainsborough’s House in Sudbury explores the life and art of Thomas Gainsborough, and in its walled garden you can spot the ancient mulberry tree planted by the master himself to produce silk.

Watching the sun set behind the marshes from the Burgh Castle is an unmissable experience. There are massive Roman flint walls overlooking Breydon Water, just inland from Great Yarmouth.

Nowadays they’re great for exploring by foot, cycle or by hiring a day boat, and the wildlife is unrivalled. Read more about the history of the Broads.

Take in the Culture at one of our Top 10 Historical sites

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Don't forget to buy a gift!

Norwich Lanes

The East of England is jam packed with great shopping locations from Norwich Lanes to the boutiques of Burnham Market, we have everything you are looking for when looking for that special gift on Valentines.

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