07 Feb Romantic things to do in Manchester for Valentine’s Day
As the UK’s 2ndlargest city, if you’re looking for something romantic to do with your loved one in Manchester this February, you’re in luck!
What? Go on a canal trip
Book your very own private boat and adventure up Manchester’s canal from one side of the city to other. Alternatively, why not enjoy a six-hour trip from Salford Quays to Liverpool, past historic locks and bridges.
What? Enjoy a couple’s massage
Manchester is home to a number of luxury spas that boast dual facilities, perfect for relaxing with your loved one. Indulge in steam baths, seaweed scrubs and heated relaxation pools.
What? Afternoon tea for 2
Whether you choose traditional or champagne, there’s nothing more British than afternoon tea. With various grand hotels dotted around the city, you’re sure to be spoilt for choice. There’s also plenty of themed afternoon teas as well as those designed with men in mind.
What? Enjoy drinks in the Cloud
Cloud 23 bar in the Beetham Tower – Manchester’s tallest building – is the ideal location for a romantic drink or two. Take in the best views of the city and don’t forget to get some pictures.
What? Stay at one of Britain’s sexiest hotels
The Great John Street Hotel has been named one of the sexiest stays in Britain. With unique rooms and original Victorian décor, why not begin your night at the hotel’s oyster bar before heading out into the city?
What? Go to a fine dining restaurant
Manchester’s dining scene has something for everyone but if you want to go all out this February then a luxury fine dining restaurant is sure to impress. Wood on Jack Rosenthal Street is one of the area’s best loved premium dining spots, serving a range of exciting plates that look and taste incredible.
What? Go bowling
Located under the railway tracks on Whitworth St West, Dog Bowl is a far cry from your average bowling alley. Open until late and serving a menu of delicious cocktails, this neon-lit venue is a great place for a fun evening. Plus, if you get hungry there’s plenty of burgers, fajitas, wings and slow cooked meat.
What? Go for a wander
Manchester is jam-packed with stunning parks and gardens. While the weather might be bitter, with the right company a romantic walk around the city can set the mood perfectly. And best of all, it’s free!
What? Head to a ping-pong bar
Twenty Twenty Two in the Northern Quarter is one of Manchester’s best loved bars offering great drink, late night ping pong and a fantastic atmosphere.
What? Re-create your first date
Go to that restaurant where you first met or the cocktail bar where you said cheers over martinis. But don’t worry if you can’t remember where you first met as Manchester has plenty of bars and restaurants to take your fancy.
What? Go to the theatre
From comedy to family-friendly musicals, Manchester’s theatre scene is varied. Book in advance for the best deals or turn up on the night to nab some cheap last-minute seats.
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