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With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, there’s still time for those wishing to book a foodie’s treat at the luxury East Lodge hotel, Rowsley’s 3 AA rosette multi-award winning hotel and restaurant in the Peak District. With a specially created Valentine’s package available, couples can enjoy the ultimate romantic getaway at the stunning venue – which as well as excelling in the food department – is one of the UK’s top 150 hotels.
No stranger to romance, the popular wedding venue has created the luxurious Valentine’s package for couples wishing to celebrate together in style on 14 February at a price that will make him (or her!) smile.
From an affordable £125.00 per person (luxury 4 poster rooms available at a supplement), the Valentine’s package at East Lodge is available for overnight stays on Tuesday 14 February and also 29 February for any ladies wishing to stick to tradition and take advantage of 2012 being a leap year. Complimentary pink champagne and luxury chocolates, award-winning country house Derbyshire breakfast and five course candlelit tasting menu is all included in the price.
Wander around the fabulous 10 acres of landscaped gardens or relax and unwind in one of East Lodge’s luxury en-suite bedrooms, with complimentary pink champagne and luxury chocolates before heading to the 3 AA Rosette restaurant for the specially created Valentine’s dinner.
Head Chef, Simon Bradley, has created a unique and dazzling five course menu to be served on Valentine’s Day. Having only recently been awarded three prestigious Rosettes from the AA, the East Lodge restaurant can now boast being in the top 10% of dining venues in the UK.
“Romance and special occasion are what we do best at East Lodge,“ said Deputy Managing Director Iain Hardman. “Valentine’s day is typically one day of the year everyone can openly celebrate romance and love and at East Lodge couples can be guaranteed that we will go the extra mile to create a real sense of occasion and make everyone feel special.”
Three AA Rosettes allows East Lodge to describe itself as one of the top UK venues for food as well as accommodation, as the renewal of the hotel’s red star status also demonstrates. Other awards include ‘Small Hotel of the Year’ from East Midlands Tourism and a silver winner in ‘Hotel of the Year’ from the ‘Tourism Oscars’. East Lodge is owned by the Hardman family and the AA’s three red stars place the hotel in a select bracket of the top 150 hotels in the whole of the UK and this exclusive venue remains one of just 48 hotels in the country presented with a Visit England Gold Award.