Roanoke, Virginia (PRWEB) February 09, 2015
Make a spur of the moment plan to get out of the house and head to Virginia’s Blue Ridge for some well-deserved relaxation and romance this Valentine’s Day. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Roanoke Valley is miles away from cares and worry. Couples can take time for themselves this February and experience the luxury and romance they deserve.
Lodging packages throughout Virginia’s Blue Ridge make it easy to jump start a romantic weekend away. Couples can choose from luxury suites with amazing views to quaint and quiet rooms tucked away in the mountains or stay downtown and find everything you need in walking distance. Champagne, chocolate and roses galore adorn these lodging offers which are sure to set the mood upon arrival.
Visitors should check out http://www.visitroanokeva.com/special-offers/valentine-s-day-packages/ for all the lodging packages offered in February – from two-for-one-night stays at The Claiborne House B&B, to the Puppy Love Weekend Getaway Package offered by Chateau Morrisette Winery, to the Sweet Romance Package at the Historic Hotel Roanoke.
Throughout the month of February, Virginia’s Blue Ridge has a number of special events tailored to couples. The Roanoke Symphony will be performing on Valentine’s Day weekend, along with a Broadway production of Sister Act and a special wine and art event at Fincastle Vineyard and Winery. Couples should visit http://www.visitroanokeva.com/things-to-do/calendar/ to see the full breadth of offerings in the region.
Take the worry of planning away with a full three-day itinerary with suggestions for what to do on a long romantic weekend in Virginia’s Blue Ridge at http://www.visitroanokeva.com/visitors/blueridgedays/romanticitinerary/. It contains classic special spots along the Blue Ridge Parkway as well as lesser known stops. Couples can pick and choose and creating a special trip unique to them.
Come discover what makes Virginia’s Blue Ridge the perfect romantic getaway. For more information about romance in Virginia’s Blue Ridge, visit http://www.visitvablueridge.com, call (800) 635-5535 or stop by the Roanoke Valley Visitor Information Center, conveniently located in Downtown Roanoke.
For further information and to request images, contact:
Catherine Fox, Director of Public Relations & Communications
Roanoke Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau
101 Shenandoah Ave., NE, Roanoke VA 24016
540-342-6025, ext. 114 (phone)
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