Cupid comes to Warwickshire

Cupid is working his magic on Warwickshire and planning a visit to one of the region's most historic hotels.
Coombe Abbey county house hotel, which was originally built as a Cistercian abbey in 1150AD, is offering a trio of romantic treats for Valentine's weekend.
This includes a one night break on either Friday 14 or Saturday 15 February, complete with champagne and canapés on arrival, a three course dinner with entertainment, an overnight stay in one of the hotel's individually decorated bedrooms and breakfast the following day.
For those who prefer not to spend the night, there's a choice of dinner and live music in the hotel's purpose-built marquee or a more informal feast in its medieval banquet hall.
General manager Ron Terry said: "Valentine's is one of our busiest weekends and this year we're offering couples the chance to celebrate in style with either a traditional romantic evening, fun-filled banquet or an extra special overnight stay."

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