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Valentine’s Day Offer at Newquay Hotel

Published January 14th, 2022


A popular Newquay hotel is offering couples the chance for a romantic getaway with the launch of a new Valentine’s Day break and menu.

The Hotel Bristol has announced that from 11 to 14 February, guests can book a one-night stay, which will include a bottle of prosecco, use of the pool and sauna, a full English breakfast, and enjoy a late checkout for just £85.

General Manager Lukasz Wilczkowski said: “We love this time of year at the hotel. The town is so peaceful and quiet and offers a great escape to couples who just want to enjoy each others’ company.

“Wintery walks along the coast path and beaches in Newquay can be capped with a drink in one of the town’s many popular bars, or indeed with us here at the hotel. If it’s a chilly day a stint in the sauna is the perfect remedy for the cold before enjoying a romantic dinner later in the evening.”

The hotel, which boasts fantastic views over the bay from its position overlooking Tolcarne Beach, is a favourite for those looking for a comfortable and affordable stay in the popular seaside destination.

A special Valentine’s Day set menu has also been created for the occasion. The romantic meal starts with an antipasto sharing board of cured meats, cheeses, olives and focaccia before a main course of sirloin steak accompanied by a potato rosti, roasted vine tomatoes and griddled asparagus.

To finish, a sharing fondue of dipping chocolate with macaroons, meringues, strawberries and chocolate brownies will be served. Vegetarian and vegan alternatives are also available.

The Valentine’s Day menu is priced at £32.50 per person which includes a glass of prosecco. Reservations and payments must be made in advance.

For more information and to book, visit https://www.hotelbristol.co.uk/dine/valentines-dinner-in-newquay-2022 or call reception on 01637 875181.

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