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Follow in Byron's footsteps on Valentine's weekend at Seaham Hall Hotel & Spa

At Seaham Hall Hotel & Spa they have come up with some gilt-edged pampering for romantic couples

Seaham Hall in Seaham, County Durham
Seaham Hall in Seaham, County Durham

It is 200 years since ‘mad, bad and dangerous to know’ Romantic poet Lord Bryon tied the knot with Seaham Hall heiress Annabella Milbanke.

Now the award-winning five star hotel at Lord Byron’s Walk, on the County Durham coast at Seaham, is preparing to welcome other loved-up couples with a special Valentine’s weekend offering between February 13 and15.

The PS, I Love You package includes full use of the Serenity Spa’s facilities as well as a three-course meal in the AA rosette Byron’s Bar and Grill, along with a box of hand-made chocolates, one of which each evening will contain the prize of a free return visit and overnight stay in the hotel’s penthouse suite.

The PS, I love You package, which costs from £399 per couple, also includes an overnight stay in a Junior Suite, with a half bottle of chilled Taittinger Champagne and a full English breakfast the following morning.

Alternatively, those wishing to sample a Taste of Romance can enjoy a three-course dinner with a glass of champagne at Byron’s Bar and Grill – and the chance to win the overnight stay in the penthouse suite – at £95 per person.

Meanwhile, Seaham Hall’s award-winning Serenity Spa is offering a Truly, Madly, Deeply day of pampering and relaxation.

This includes full use of the spa and thermal facilities, a two-course lunch in the Pan-Asian Ozone restaurant and either a 30-, 60- or 90-minute spa treatment. It costs from £198 per couple.

To book or for further information call 0191 516 1400 or visit  www.seaham-hall.co.uk .

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