Valentines Day in Berkshire

Easthampstead Park has some AMAZING value Valentines Day packages this upcoming February 14th, and we’d love to welcome you (and that special someone), to celebrate this special day here with us!

Superb Valentines Day Offers and Packages

Valentines Day in Wokingham

Valentine’s Day 2022 is the perfect opportunity to step out and rediscover a little bit of Cupid Magic here in Wokingham and with our elegant evenings of candlelit romance, complemented with delectable food and drink offerings, we’ll ensure your Valentines Day celebrations are unforgettable.

Valentines Day Berkshire At Easthampstead Park Between Wokingham and Bracknell

For clarification of any of the package inclusions or to request extras (chargeable), please enquire with our Sales Department today for more details regarding our fantastic value 2022 Valentines Day packages

Valentines Day Dinner Menu

The Valentines Day Menu here at Easthampstead Park in Berkshire is an inspired classic Valentines Day Menu created by our amazing chef and utilising all locally sourced ingredients.

Produced specifically for Valentines Day, our speciality menu is designed to both surprise, and delight your special Valentine on your romantic dinner date.

So whether you’re commemorating the beginning of a new relationship, or you’re dining with your longtime loved one or partner, there’s no doubt that sharing a meal together on Valentines Day is a fabulous way to showcase your feelings in the most delicious of ways.

Check out the Easthampstead Park Valentines Day Menu!

Valentines Day Dinner for Two

Romantic Valentine’s Day Meals here in Bracknell and Wokingham at Easthampstead Park are just part of what we offer for Valentine’s Day and can be combined with some wonderful accommodation specials for a truly memorable couples Valentine’s Day Experience in Berkshire.

Valentines Day History

It’s long been suggested that Saint Valentine’s Day, often shortened to just Valentines Day, is supposedly rooted in antiquity to the Roman Festival of Lupercalia.

Whilst Lupercalia was a Pagan Roman Festival and had a much darker history, there’s no denying that its traditions hold many similarities that form the basis of what we know as our modern-day Valentine’s Day.

It’s also suggested that Valentines Day is a dedication to a pair of Roman martyrs, both of whom were named Valentinus, and both of whom are believed to have died very near to the date of February 14th.

A further suggestion proposes that the day itself is related to what, at the time, was regarded as February bird-mating season.

Whether or not any of the above assumptions are accurate, Valentineโ€™s Day evolved over the centuries and become dedicated to romance around the 14th century, when it became somewhat common for suitors to send messages of affection to prospective partners.

It wasn’t until much later in the 1700s that the commercial aspect of the day became apparent as printed greeting cards began to appear in Europe. The Americans then ran with this newly fashionable “tradition” and mass production of Valentines Greeting cards followed in the mid-1800s.

The eclectic and varied history of Valentines Day is the reason why there are so many different symbols associated with the day including birds, flowers (particularly red roses), sweets or candy, hearts, Cupid, arrows and more!

Whatever your personal thoughts on the history of the celebration, Valentines Day Berkshire packages available here at Easthampstead Park located between Wokingham and Bracknell can offer you a wonderfully unique Valentines Day Experience to convey your dedication and affection to your special someone.

Valentines Day in Berkshire at Easthampstead Park Hotel in Bracknell and Wokingham

Valentines Day in Bracknell

Easthampstead Park Hotel in Bracknell can assist you with your romantic plans by including a romantic overnight escape along with one of our fantastic Valentines Day dining options.

Valentines Day in the UK

If you’re searching for Valentines Day special offers or hotel packages in the South-East then look no further than our sister properties who are also offering sensational value and romantic Valentine’s Day options.

Valentines Day in Surrey at Gorse Hill, Valentines Day in Buckingham at Villiers Hotel and Valentines Day in Datchet near Windsor and Slough in Berkshire at Ditton Manor.

Valentines Day 2023 Rebook

If you enjoyed your Valentines Day 2022 experience with us here at Easthampstead Park then we’d love you to consider rebooking for an equally special Valentines Day Dinner or Accommodation Package in 2023.

Why not contact the sales department and ask about our Valentines Day 2023 rebooking specials.

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