A Valentine's Day in Cornwall and around the Fal River will promise you beautiful scenery and fantastic food…all you need to do is bring the romance.
If you're spending Valentine's Day in Falmouth, Truro, St Mawes or on the Roseland you'll be sampling the best of what Cornwall has to offer.
Below is our round-up of the best places to go for a Valentine's Day in Cornwall to remember.
Miss Peapod's in Penryn are pushing the boat out for Valentine's Day with a film, food and oysters.
There'll be a special Valentine's menu available as well as a fil on the local oyster fisheries introduced my Skipper Ranger.
Gylly Beach Cafe
Head down to Gylly Beach and enjoy the cafes special Valentine's menu. The food will be delicious, the atmosphere will be great and afterwards you can take a romantic stroll along the beach.
The Alverton in Truro has a treat in store for Valentine's Day. They are offering a 3-course menu for £25 and there'll be a live pianist. The menu looks mouth-wateringly delicious.
The Flying Fish at St Michael's Hotel & Spa
The Flying Fish has a 3-course menu for £29.95 which includes a complimentary chocolate gift…and you can have a pink champagne sorbet for dessert.
The Greenbank Hotel
The Greenbank's superb restaurant will be cooking up a storm with a 3-course menu for £26.95. Dine in style and why not stay the night?
Luxury doesn't come much better than this. Enjoy a candle-lit dinner at stay the night at the stunning Hotel Tresanton.
Indaba on the Beach
Indaba is open again and if seafood is your thing then this is the place to head.
Head to the Roseland and enjoy a relaxed Valentine's Day at the sumptuous Rosevine.
The Watch House
Find romance on the harbour in St Mawes and enjoy dinner at the wonderful Watch House.
Rick Stein's Fish
Treat yourself and your lover to a taste of Rick Stein's Fish in Falmouth this Valentine's Day.
Sometimes it's the small things that say I love you and fish and chips don't get much better than the ones you get at Harbour Lights.