Our A Romatic Valentine's Day at Coniston will be back on the water from mid-March 2018 – we look forward to welcoming you back to Coniston Boating Centre in the New Year!
A Romantic Valentine's Day at Coniston
Romance on Coniston Water this Valentine’s Day. Now there’s a good idea.
If you are looking for a unique way to celebrate with your loved one this Valentine’s Day, then we’ve got the perfect solution for you! Pre-book one of our motor boats and go exploring on Coniston Water.
Scrumptious scones, sandwiches and hot drinks with scenic views.
Situated on the shores of Coniston Water, The Bluebird Café is positioned in a unique and idyllic location and enjoys outstanding views from all the seating – a perfectly romantic location to spend some quality time with your loved one.
Book your motor boat for Valentine's Day
The romance doesn’t stop there either…
In our opinion, there’s no better way to spend quality time with someone special than spending it in the outdoors. So here are a few ideas to make your Valentine’s Day truly special and memorable.
1. Hire a couple of bikes and go cycling together
Coniston has several fantastic cycling routes that you can enjoy and wonderful landscape makes it all the more better. When you come to collect your bikes at the boating centre we can provide you with some suggestions of where you can venture off to, but for now, here are some of Coniston’s most popular cycling routes for you to take a look at:
2. Stretch off those legs and go on a romantic walk
There are plenty of walking routes in and around Coniston and so you can go on your own mini adventure. Again, don’t be afraid to pop by the boating centre and we can point you in the right direction where you can enjoy the best routes you are likely to enjoy most.
Also, why not bring along a picnic or even buy a romantic hamper from the Bluebird? You can stop somewhere along the way to take in some of the breath-taking views we keep telling you about.
So there you have it! If you are looking to have a great day out for Valentine’s Day, why not visit Coniston?