fbpx
13.3 C
Bournemouth
Friday, October 23, 2020

Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Bournemouth This Year

There’s always something exciting happening in the Bournemouth area, and Valentine’s Day is certainly no different!

Whether love is in the air or you just fancy spending time with friends or family, take a look at our guide to Valentine’s Day 2020 in Bournemouth.

Valentine’s Afternoon Tea at Christchurch Harbour Hotel

14th and 15th February 1.00pm – 3.30pm

What a refreshing way to spend Valentine’s day aside from the usual wining and dining! If you’re looking to “buck the trend” this year as they say, then what better way than enjoying a Valentine’s afternoon tea with a partner, friend or family member!

Full of sweet treats, plus a glass of fizz and a gift to take home, this option fits the bill. Served on 14th and 15th February between 1pm and 3.30pm, there is still plenty of time to book!

Prices are £27.50 per person and bookings can be made here. Or call the venue on 01202 400954.

Valentine’s Evening at Key West Bar & Restaurant

14th February 7.30pm – 11.00pm

Celebrate a Valentine’s evening this year at Key West Bar & Restaurant. Offering a romantic three-course candlelit dinner with entertainment from Tommy Ryan, a stilt walker and romantic balloon walker. Sounds like a night full of amusement!

Beware this is a slightly pricier option with tickets priced at £44.95 per person. However, it certainly sounds like a night to remember!

Get your tickets from the restaurant’s website.

Valentine’s Chocolate Extravaganza at Tonic Social

14th February 6.00pm – 9.00pm

Sweeten up your Valentine’s day this year with a unique chocolate tasting experience! Presented by Tonic Social and SALT Cø, is this event providing plenty of sweet and savoury chocolate for you to enjoy, plus a glass of bubbly on arrival! The night runs from 6.00pm and finishes at 9.00pm giving you plenty of time to devour some sweet treats with your friends or a loved one.

You can grab a ticket for just £25 per person but get them asap as the event is limited to 50 people and is sure to fill up quickly!

Visit this Eventbrite page if you want to make ticket inquiries.

Valentine’s Dinner at The Riviera Hotel

14th February 7.00pm – 11.30pm

Returning with their popular Valentine’s Dinner is The Riviera Hotel. Serving a delicious three-course meal in their Cunarder restaurant, plus a glass of fizz on arrival (this seems to be a recurring theme this year!). What’s more, you can also enjoy a small gift for your loved one and the smooth sounds of their three-piece jazz band. Love is in the air.

Tickets are priced at £29 per person. To book please call the hotel on 01202 763653.

Singles Valentine’s Party, Eden

14th February 9.00pm – 2.00am

If you do find yourself alone this Valentine’s day, look no more! Eden nightclub is hosting the biggest singles night on the South Coast with great tunes from Hot Radio’s Artwell and Rob G. So grab your pals and get your groove on!

What’s more there is a free glass of Prosecco or orange juice on arrival for those with advanced tickets! Don’t miss it!

Tickets are from £7 per person and available here.

Whatever you get up to this Valentine’s day in Bournemouth, I hope it’s a good one!

For more local goings-on, keep an eye on our Events section. And don’t forget, you can also follow HQB Media on all our social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.

Avatar
Kia Mooney
Kia Mooney is a Communication and Media student currently based in Bournemouth. As a writer, Kia’s main interests lie with feature writing and blog posts. However during her time at university, she has also developed a passion for writing about people and places.

Related Articles

#ThrowbackThursday – Bournemouth Pier

  Can anyone guess when this photo of Bournemouth Pier was taken? Definitely looks a lot different to how it is today! If you have...

David G Taylor, Artist / Writer

My artwork sometimes features textile-like abstract patterns and colours that reference artists such as Alexander Calder and Joan Miro. I’ve developed a language of ambiguous shapes and marks that could be read as purely decorative, but on closer inspection suggests otherwise. As a collagist, I’m influenced by the Dada and Pop Art movements. There's also definitely a Punk aesthetic. I’m obsessed with lurid Day-Glo colours, and I’m trying not just to appropriate photographs, but often to annihilate them...

Local Trio Raise £1,200 for Crohn’s and Colitis UK

Three local lads undertook a mammoth hike around the Isle of Wight to raise an amazing amount for the Crohn's and Colitis UK charity... A...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Stay Connected

1,935FansLike
150FollowersFollow
25SubscribersSubscribe

Latest Articles

#ThrowbackThursday – Bournemouth Pier

  Can anyone guess when this photo of Bournemouth Pier was taken? Definitely looks a lot different to how it is today! If you have...

David G Taylor, Artist / Writer

My artwork sometimes features textile-like abstract patterns and colours that reference artists such as Alexander Calder and Joan Miro. I’ve developed a language of ambiguous shapes and marks that could be read as purely decorative, but on closer inspection suggests otherwise. As a collagist, I’m influenced by the Dada and Pop Art movements. There's also definitely a Punk aesthetic. I’m obsessed with lurid Day-Glo colours, and I’m trying not just to appropriate photographs, but often to annihilate them...

Local Trio Raise £1,200 for Crohn’s and Colitis UK

Three local lads undertook a mammoth hike around the Isle of Wight to raise an amazing amount for the Crohn's and Colitis UK charity... A...

Poole and Bournemouth Netball Clubs Return to Courts

The new government guidelines allow organised outdoor sports such as netball. Adhering to official regulations announced by England Netball on 22nd September, netball is currently at Stage 4 on the Return to Play Roadmap. This means competitions are permitted, providing they are modified following the government framework...

Christchurch FC: Journey to the FA Cup

Christchurch FC kicked off their campaign with a comfortable 2-0 victory over division foes, Bashley. In the second round, the Hurn Bridge outfit welcomed Dorchester Town, who sit two divisions above them in the Southern League South. This match-up didn't daunt Christchurch, who very much dominated the majority of the game. They needed Dorchester to clear the ball from their goal-line twice, before getting a well-deserved 89th minute winner...