It is likely that a beautiful location is at the top of your priority list when choosing the destination for your romantic Valentine's activities, and what is more beautiful than the Norfolk coast and countryside? Whether you are an outdoorsy couple looking for a Valentine's adventure, or would prefer to cosy up inside, there's something for everyone to enjoy in Norfolk. In our latest blog, we have picked out the top 5 romantic things to do in Norfolk this Valentine's.
Spa Treatments and Afternoon Tea at Heacham Manor
Valentine's Day is the perfect time to treat you and your loved one to a little bit of luxury pampering, such as a relaxing massage, a facial or the full spa treatment. Whether you want to book a complete spa package, or individual treatments, you are bound to feel replenished after some time at The Mulberry Spa at Heacham Manor. Finish your day with a delicious spot of Afternoon Tea at the Mulberry Restaurant.
Walk Along Holkham Beach
Any of Norfolk's many beaches would make a perfect Valentine's stroll, but, having featured in 'Shakespeare in Love', Holkham Beach is surely the most romantic! Not only is it part of one of the largest Nature Reserves in the country, meaning there is plenty of beautiful flora and fauna to be seen on your walk along the beach, Holkham was also voted 'Best Beach in the UK', making it the perfect location for your Valentine's beach walk.
Watch The Sunset on Old Hunstanton Beach
It might still be cold in February, but the sunsets you can see from Old Hunstanton Beach are definitely worth braving the chilly breeze for. Unlike the pebbles of the main beach in Hunstanton, the fine golden sand here offers you the ideal viewing platform, and this area is sheltered enough to protect you from any wintry winds!
Birdwatching at Titchwell Marsh
Whether you are dedicated bird lovers, or just want to try something new, birdwatching at Titchwell Marsh makes for a brilliant Valentine's date. You will be amazed by the huge varieties of different birds that inhabit this RSPB reserve, as well as the other wildlife you may get to see here. Compete with your partner to see who can spot the most species, or partake in one of Titchwell Marsh's different birdwatching events to make for a memorable Valentine's Day.
The great thing about Norfolk is that, no matter your interests, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. The beautiful landscapes and vast wildlife in Norfolk means that you don't have to spend the world to do something special this Valentine's Day.