A hint for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift


Valentine’s Day is around the corner and while a box of chocolates and a fluffy oversized bear are undoubtedly fun presents that anyone would love to receive, if you are hoping to impress your other half a trip away is always a fantastic idea. While most may think that destinations such as Paris or Rome are ideal, they can become a little too busy during the month of February. One city that is both romantic and not so crowded is Edinburgh. From the cobbled streets leading up to the historic castle and the plethora of intimate, cosy bars, spending the weekend in Edinburgh is likely to set the perfect romantic mood.

Indeed, sometimes it is just spending some quality time together that makes Valentine’s Day special, so why not book a romantic escape to The Glasshouse Edinburgh. Here, you can enjoy each other’s company in one of the luxury hotel’s 77 bedrooms. The Glasshouse Edinburgh has been built behind the facade of a 160-year-old church, the Lady Glenorchy Church to be precise, and many of the rooms also offer direct access to a two-acre roof top garden, or balconies offering stellar views of the picturesque Edinburgh city.

If you really want to go all out and treat your loved one to the experience they really deserve, then why not opt for The Romance Package that the hotel offers? This includes a bottle of Champagne on ice and some delicious strawberries dipped in chocolate on arrival to get the romantic juices flowing, as well as a turn down service that will see your bed covered in rose petals. The Romance Package includes late check out and a full Scottish breakfast so that lovebirds can take their time and really make the most out of their Valentine’s break. Go on, treat your other half to the Valentine’s treat that they deserve.

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