Whether you book dinner at one of the many amazing restaurants like Branford’s Le Petit Café, explore the Shops at Yale, wander through world-class museums or take a stroll on the beach, the Greater New Haven area provides all kinds of opportunities for romance. Looking to stay over? Here are just a few places to stay.
Valentine’s Weekend Romance
Valentine’s Day is coming up fast, and there are so many ways to spend a romantic weekend in Connecticut. From cozy bed and breakfasts to restaurants with a view, wine sipping to chocolate sampling, you’ll find spots all across the state offering great ideas. Many hotels, B&Bs and inns are also offering packages. Take a look at some of the suggestions below but be sure to make reservations soon!
From the theater scene in Hartford, to the art galleries and museums of towns all along the Connecticut River Valley, you’ll find a warm welcome all over Connecticut this February. Curl up by a cozy fire at the Saybrook Point Inn or one of dozens of other great hotels and B&Bs. Or bundle up and go on a romantic winter sleigh ride.
Along the southwestern Connecticut shoreline, you’ll find inviting hotels with world-class dining, cocktail bars and even luxury spas right on site. So you can enjoy a relaxing and romantic weekend getaway with minimal effort.
Throughout Mystic Country, from the coast to the “Quiet Corner,” there are so many places celebrating romance this Valentine’s Day. Plan your stay during the Fire & Ice Festival in Putnam, or the Romantic Willimantic Chocolate Festival. Here are just a few lodging ideas to help you make the most of your visit, like the Whaler’s Inn in downtown Mystic.
Enjoy the sweetest of Valentine’s Days with a wine and chocolate tasting at Sunset Meadow Vineyards in Goshen or a visit to Fascia’s Chocolates in Waterbury. Many Litchfield Hills towns are home to historic inns and B&Bs, alongside great vineyards, craft breweries and distilleries, and even amazing nature hikes perfect for a romantic weekend away. Check out these and many other properties.