Fall head over heels for food
The Tees Valley food scene has it all, from intimate meals to a spot of afternoon tea so find the way to their heart with these fab foodie options.
GoonDocks Restaurant and Bar in Saltburn has a special menu for all ages. Students in Y7 to Y11 can enjoy a Young Love Sharing Tray for just £20 between 4pm and 5.30pm on the day, including hot dogs, sliders, mocktails and chocolate. If your love has lasted a little longer, adults can grab a second special menu including burgers, truffle mac and cheese, chocolate fondue and Prosecco for just £50 per couple.
There’s two days of celebrations at Pinchinthorpe Hall, Guisborough, with a special Valentine’s Day menu in place on both Saturday 12 February and Monday 14 February. Book a table for £35 per person or book a private dining room for the ultimate romantic experience!
If it’s fine dining you’re after, both of Rockliffe Hall’s restaurants are going all-out to help you celebrate, with a three-course menu in The Clubhouse for £98 per couple, or an exquisite six-course tasting menu and Champagne for £180 in the 3AA Rosette Orangery.
Hurworth’s Bay Horse will also leave you head over heels with its extensive special menu with choices including Whitby Crab, souffle, beef Wellington, stone bass and much more. Running from 5.30pm to 9pm, it’s great value at £60 per person.
Brockley Hall Hotel in Saltburn is offering discounted rates for overnight stays on 13 and 14 of February if you want to really make the most of the celebrations. This is on top of a tempting seven-course tasting menu, running 12-14 February, at £150 per person.
If you’re swearing off full meals out after the Christmas indulgence, you can still have something delicious with North Shire’s five-star Champagne afternoon tea. On Sunday 13 February, you can relax in its enchanted barn with fizz on arrival, afternoon tea and live music for £35 a head.