It’s the weekend before Valentine’s Day, so if you’re looking for some last minute ideas to do with your loved ones, then you’re in luck! Check out our top five suggestions:


Grab a slice

In case you missed it, Wednesday was National Pizza Day, so for some belated pizza celebrations, why not head down to The Stable for some waterside views, sourdough pizza and a pint (or two). When you book a table you will also receive a complimentary glass of Prosecco, quote “FREE BUBBLES”.


Enjoy a three course Valentine’s meal with live music

Join “Captain Carl & First Mate Jackie” at Daisy’s Tea Rooms & Coffee Shop in Sutton Harbour for a three course evening meal aboard Daisy’s Love Boat, complete with live music & love songs!


Get your last minute gifts

If you’ve left it late to get gifts for your loved ones, then head out into the city centre where you’ll find an amazing mix of top brand names and creative independents. Don’t forget to check out Shop4Plymouth on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for some inspiration!


Experience Royal William Yard

Thriving waterside destination, Plymouth’s historic Royal William Yard has a whole host of things to do and delight in this Valentine’s Day. From dining experiences and artisan treats, to luxury beauty treatments and overnight stays, the Yard offers plenty to enjoy and discover with a loved one.


Not in the mood for Valentine’s?

Look no further as Barbican Theatre is hosting the FUSE Jam Anti-Valentine’s night, where you can enjoy an epic night filled with entertainment and improvised silliness and most definitely no romance!

Plymouth is easily accessible by train with a wide range of services running from a variety of locations within England. Although some services may require a change or two.

Travelling from London takes around 3 hours with Great Western Railway, if you're coming from the north, the trip from Manchester can take 5 hours 15 minutes.

Alternatively, the recently renovated Night Riviera Sleeper service runs Monday – Friday and Sunday evenings. Visit for more details on times and how to book. We recommend using to search for the fastest and best route for your journey, and book in advance for the best price.



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