Top Ways to Spend Valentine's Day in Cornwall

Top Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day in Cornwall

Looking for the perfect date for you and your beloved? Here are our top ways to spend Valentine's Day in Cornwall

Railway Romance

There’s something undeniably romantic about railways. This Valentine’s Day, Bodmin Railway are offering you and your loved one the chance to enjoy First Class Valentine’s Dining à la Brief Encounter on the Cornish Belle. Enjoy your special day with a three-course meal and a backdrop of stunning Cornish scenery. This will definitely be a date to remember.

Chocolate Box

To celebrate Valentine’s Day in Cornwall this year, a visit to one of the county’s fantastic chocolatiers is a must. After all, they do say that the way to the heart is through the stomach, and frankly, these chocolatey delights are too good to miss. Trenance Chocolate, Kernow Chocolate and Chocolarder are some of the best around, but there’s only one way to discover your own favourite.

Secret Serenade

If you’d like to express your deep and undying love for your partner through a romantic serenade, we salute you. Alternatively, you could always check out some local gigs to take the pressure off and sit back with your beloved. To set the rhythm, Bristolian Chris Webb will be playing a Valentine’s wood burner session at Lusty Glaze on February 14th.

Treasure Island

If you can wait a couple of days until the matinee on February 16th, Padstow’s Little Theatre is staging an unmissable performance of Treasure Island. Nostalgic, emotive and hugely entertaining, cuddle up with your sweet valentine and be thoroughly swept away.

Get Locked Up

Well, not really. To celebrate Valentine’s Day in Cornwall in a truly unique setting, you can attend a meal for two at the Governor’s Hall Restaurant in Bodmin Jail. With a talented team of chefs serving up a delicious four-course meal, you can choose from crispy scallops, breast of guinea fowl, smoky paprika goats cheese tart and much more.

Explore Together

As we all know, Cornwall is home to spectacular scenery, both inland and on the coast. If you are looking to spend a romantic Valentine’s Day together in Cornwall, take advantage of all the jaw-dropping natural aesthetics. Come rain or shine, there’s nothing like walking hand-in-hand and enjoying the beautiful views together before returning home to your cosy accommodation.

Ice Skate the Night Away

A fun way to spend your Valentine’s Day in Cornwall is over at the Eden Project, where a special ice rink awaits. Open until 24th February, Eden’s glittering ice rink provides the perfect opportunity to laugh, skate and fall into each other’s arms.

Wine and Dine

Focus solely on each other (and great food…) over a candlelit dinner for two. On February 14th this year, the Pickwick Inn, Embers Wood-Fired Pizza and Trevisker Farm are all serving up mouth-watering dishes for you both to dig into as you chat, laugh and fall in lurve this Valentine’s Day.


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