Spend this Valentine’s Day with your loved ones at the very place Shakespeare’s love for Anne Hathaway bloomed. Follow the riddles and post your Valentine's message in a "love post box". The most romantic messages will be posted on Twitter.
Or perhaps act out the balcony scene from the world’s most famous love story at Shakespeare’s Birthplace.
Take a romantic stroll through Hall’s Croft garden and place your Valentine’s message on the Valentines tree.
Experience the beautiful Snowdrops at Hill Close Gardens on the 19th February when the restored Victorian gardens and historic summerhouses open to welcome the first signs of spring.
Enjoy a delicious dinner in the Rooftop Restaurant at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre which boasts stunning panoramic views of Shakespeare's home town and the River Avon. Enjoy a 2 or 3 course romantic menu on Saturday 11 February which costs £19.95 for 2 courses or £24.95 for 3 courses.
Alternatively The Cross, a MIchelin Star restaurant in Kenilworth, is serving an irresistible tasting menu.
Loxley's Restaurant and Wine Bar in thew heart of Startford-upon-Avon is somewhere you could grab a bite to eat or a glass of something fizzy before heading to the Royal Shakepeare Theatre just a 2 minute stroll away.
For a unique Valentines, look no further than the historic Fleece Inn, who are ditching electric lighting for candlelight for the ultimate romantic evening,
Stay at one of the 9 beautiful & individually styled bedrooms at The Bell in Alderminster and receive a glass of Prosecco on the house with a starter and main for lunch or dinner!
The Fish Hotel in the Cotswolds with its roaring fires and scenic country setting is the perfect place for romance - and have a very special package "designed to set hearts a-flutter and passions aflame" !
Stay overnight at the luxurious Mallory Court Hotel on 13 & 14 February and enjoy chocolates in your room on arrival , a 5-course dinner in the main house on one evening with a glass of champagne and breakfast the next morning, from £299 per room.
Visit our Romantic Breaks page for more ideas on romance in Shakespeare's England.