Posts Tagged ‘Valentine’s Day’

“Inn” Love on Valentine’s Day

Friday, February 7th, 2014

If you celebrate Valentine’s Day, then your usual activities probably include something like dinner and a movie, roses, chocolates, and maybe a new piece of jewelry. While this is all well and good, perhaps you’re looking for something a bit different this year, like a quick bed & breakfast getaway. That’s where Inn Virginia comes in with our selection of Valentine’s Day Specials and Packages:

Summerfield Inn, Abingdon, VA: Spend a special Valentine’s Weekend at Summerfield Inn, including a two-night stay, chocolates, a fantastic gourmet breakfast, and two tickets for the Barter Theatre (where you can take in a production of either “Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell,” or “Man of LaMancha”).

Orchard House  B&B, Lovingston, VA: Orchard House’s Valentine’s Day Special includes a two-night stay, a full, hearty breakfast, an in-room snack basket, flowers in a vase, and chocolates. (See? You still get your flowers and chocolate, plus the added bonus of a B&B getaway!)  Want to add more to your stay at Orchard House? Take your sweetheart on a romantic Chauffeured Wine Tour, or add the Winelovers’ Package to your stay.

Cooper’s Landing Inn and Traveler’s Tavern, Clarksville, VA: During the entire month of February, Cooper’s Landing Inn offers their Valentine’s Day Special. From the crackling of a warm fire to the decorative long-stemmed roses, you will be immersed in elegant romance. This special also includes a one-hour, in-room massage, a candlelit dinner for two, a bottle of wine, and hand-blown goblet glasses.

Corner Stone Farm, Clarksville, VA: Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to take advantage of a Special Day Package at Corner Stone Farm. Spend two nights in a peaceful, rural setting where you’ll be treated to flowers, chocolates, cider, a cheese and cracker platter, and a balloon bouquet. This package also includes not only a delicious country breakfast, but also a light lunch, and a full dinner as well.

See all of our Valentine’s Day Specials and Packages here.

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Valentine’s Day in VA, 2012

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

Virginia is for lovers, right? Then Valentine’s Day is certain to be extra special for those romantic couples who choose a Virginia bed and breakfast for their holiday destination. Picture, if you will, a lavish suite, scarlet rose petals carefully strewn about the bed and crystalline glasses of champagne set atop the table. The room is bathed in the soft glow of candlelight, and further embellishment includes lusciously ripened strawberries with a shell of fine chocolate.

This little, fictional scenario can quickly become your reality. Quite a few BBAV inns offer Valentine’s Day packages or romantic getaway specials, and what significant other would not be thrilled to spend a few days away, engulfed in romantic relaxation?

Summerfield Inn, Abingdon, VA- “Treat your special sweetheart to a memorable Valentine’s break during the entire month of February.” This package includes a beautiful flower bouquet, decadent chocolates, and a delectable gourmet breakfast.

Cooper’s Landing Inn and Traveler’s Tavern, Clarksville, VA- This B&B offer a Valentine’s Day package through the whole of February. Treat your loved one to a one- or two-night stay, an in-room massage, a bouquet of long-stemmed roses, and a gourmet breakfast in bed.

Mark Addy Inn, Charlottesville, VA- Take advantage of this inn’s Valentines Sweetheart Getaway. Enjoy a candlelit dinner, gourmet chocolates, a gift basket with wine, and various other treats.

Corner Stone Farm, Clarksville, VA- Unwind with the rural romance of a two-night stay, cider and cheese, flowers, and chocolates. What better place is there than the country to relax with your special someone?

Holladay House, Orange, VA- All of the Holladay House’s Romance Packages are included in their Valentine’s Day special during the month of February. Stay for three nights at this bed and breakfast, and receive your third night at half price.

 

By Tara Stoll

Candlelight Tour by the James River

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Experience Virginia by candlelight.

There is something inherently romantic about candlelight. Perhaps it wasn’t so when candles and lanterns were the only source of light after sunset, and eyes grew weary from struggling to see. Yet these days, when bright electricity pierces the night, the gentle glow of candlelight seems only warm and inviting. It smooths sharp edges and softens expressions; it beckons lovers to sit by it, quietly.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend this year with a romantic getaway at a Virginia Bed and Breakfast and a Candlelight Progressive Tour at the James River Plantation. Experience the historic buildings of Piney Grove (1790), Ashland (1835), and Ladysmith (1857) as you would have experienced them when they were first constructed. See the luster of the Piney Grove at Southall’s Plantation collection of antiques by flickering candlelight. Wrap yourself in warm clothing and circumnavigate Dower Quarter (1835) and Duck Church (1917), then head indoors to sip cider and nibble on baked goods by a large, warm fire.

There are dozens of Virginia Bed and Breakfasts in and around Williamsburg, close to the James River Plantation. The Candlelight Progressive Tour would make a delightful addition to any romantic getaway.

The Candlelight Progressive Tour takes place February 12, 13, and 19, 2011. Call (804) 829-2196 or email tours@pineygrove.com for additional information and reservations.

Romance Blossoms at Virginia Bed and Breakfasts

Monday, January 31st, 2011

Virginia is a state with much to offer couples. With bucolic countryside, cosmopolitan cities, and quaint historic towns, Virginia is sure to have what you consider most romantic.

Virginia Bed and Breakfasts are located in horse country and by the shore, in mountains and in small towns. Whether your ideal romantic getaway revolves around wine tasting, skiing, or dining in a four star restaurant, you can realize it in Virginia.

Many Virginia Bed and Breakfasts offer Romance Specials, adding chocolates, champagne, or romantic candlelit dinners to a night’s stay. Let Virginia innkeepers help create a special Valentine’s Day for you this year.