Spend Valentine’s weekend in Brighton!

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Valentine’s Day is coming up and what better way to spend a romantic weekend in Brighton and sweep your loved one of their feet than a break in Brighton! To make your Valentine’s Weekend one to never forget, book at our umi Hotel Brighton for a romantic stay with an amazing view of Brighton’s beach. There’s plenty for couples to do in Brighton.

If the weather lets you, you can take a romantic stroll down the boulevard (but maybe that is a bit optimistic in February) and later on enjoy a romantic dinner at one of Brighton’s amazing restaurants, for example Drakes. Or you could check out The Coal Shed, where they serve fabulous grilled meat & fish. Or you could enjoy some oysters at Riddle & Finns or experience Thai food at Giggling Squid. And if you or your parter are vegetarian, check out Terre a Terre. Any one of these restaurants will surely impress your partner! 

After dinner, why not go out for a romantic drink in Pub Du Vin (they also serve great bar meals) or try some different ales at the Market Inn. Alternatively, you could pop into The Windmill Pub for a local and homely feel or head to Hangleton Manor (this pub dates back to the 1500s). 

On the 15th of February, 8pm, there is an adults-only ceilidh at the Corn Exchange (£14 per person, or £25 per couple). You can also surprise your loved one with a romantic couples massage at Little Jasmine.

Or for the movie lovers - emphasis on ‘lovers’ wink- why not enjoy a movie date at the Duke of York’s!

If you are feeling like exploring Brighton, why don’t you and your loved one jump on a Breeze bus to Devil’s Dyke, Ditchling Beacon or Stanmer Park? You can also explore The Chattri & the Windmills. Or hop on a bus to Rottingdean and wander around the Kipling Gardens, where Rudyard Kipling once lived. You can also join the Undercliff Walk in Rottindean, for the hardier romantic soul. The Undercliff Walk stretches out from Brighton Marina to Saltdean.

There is so much more to explore during Valentine’s Weekend in Brighton. For more information, go to: http://bit.ly/1eGutHy