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Valentine’s Day is going to be a little different this year, but actually, with lockdown languish setting in, it’s more important than ever to make the most of the occasion and make the day extra special.
Whether it’s the promise of an indulgent treat for two in the months ahead, or it’s fabulous food at home to add a touch of romance to your evening, here are a couple of ways we can help you celebrate Valentine’s Day and show the one you love how much you care.
Valentine’s Treat For Two Gift Voucher
This is a great way to treat you both to so much-needed ‘us-time’. Who wouldn’t love the prospect of pure indulgence? The Valentine’s Treat gift voucher includes an Elemis 60 minute full body massage for two in one of Wear Park Spa’s dual rooms. With heated treatment beds, spacious treatment rooms, exquisite Elemis aromatic oils and experienced Elemis spa therapists, your stresses, strains, aches and pains will melt away.
You can add on a 30 minute facial each, to enjoy straight after your massage or later after lunch or an afternoon tea if you choose to include a visit to Wear Park Restaurant to make the most of your visit.
Valentine’s Treat For Two gift vouchers start from £120 for two people.
Vouchers can be delivered by email for free or by post for a small charge.
Valentine’s Dinner To Go
When you have to stay in, go all out to make it special.
Save slaving over a hot stove – Valentine’s Day should be about spending time together. Lavish your loved one with a three course dinner, created and cooked by our team of chefs, for you to collect, take home and enjoy.
Valentine’s Dinner click and collect takeaway is available on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th February and must be ordered by 5pm on Friday 12th February.
DIY Valentine’s Dinner
Sometimes it’s the effort that counts most, so if you think your kitchen prowess will win them over on Valentine’s Day, here’s a couple of romantic recipes to make sure food is the language of love on the big day. Created by Wear Park Restaurant, Head Chef, Adam Little, this recipe inspiration is a sure-fire way to turn up the heat for the perfect candlelit dinner for two.
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