Valentine's DayThe holiday season is over and it's time to move onto the next holiday. Valentine's Day is approaching fast and it's time to start making your plans. Whether it's a dinner reservation at a top restaurant or a trip to one of the most romantic attractions, now is the time to make your plans.

A B&B is the Perfect Choice

With a Bed & Breakfast, you not only get a beautiful room for the night, but also a gourmet breakfast in the morning. Whether you want to enjoy the night of Valentine's day at a B&B or you want to wake up there on the morning, booking your stay now is a good idea.

Victoria is full of great Bed & Breakfast options with plenty of comfort, privacy and plenty of fun. Many are close to the main attractions throughout the area and many are very close to the most romantic restaurants.

Choosing a Restaurant

Sometimes you need to find the right type of restaurant to make your Valentine’s Day perfect. The best choices include:

  • Marina Restaurant - 1327 Beach Drive
  • The Superior - 106 Superior Street
  • Camille's Restaurant - 45 Bastion Square
  • The Tapa Bar - 620 Trounce Alley
  • Vista 18 - 740 Burdett Avenue
  • Restaurant Matisse - 512 Yates Street
  • Il Terrazzo - 555 Johnson Street

All of these restaurants provide a romantic environment, along with excellent cuisine perfect for your Valentine's Day weekend.

A Bed & Breakfast paired with the perfect restaurant can make for an incredible weekend. Valentine's Day falls on a Friday this year, which makes it the perfect opportunity for a romantic weekend. Make sure you get your reservations early and check out some of the area attractions near the Bed & Breakfast you choose for the upcoming romantic holiday.

Posted by Serena Kolida on
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