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Join us for our Norwich Wine Week showcase event, Wednesday, 19th June

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Celebrate Valentines in the romantic setting of the Maids Head

Celebrate Valentines at the Maids Head Hotel Maids Head Bentley with Valentine's Red Rose

Celebrate Valentines in the romantic setting of the Maids Head. Head Chef Oliver Sanders and his Brigade will create the perfect Valentine experience for you. Served in our historic 2 AA Rosette WinePress Restaurant, you can treat your loved one to either our seasonal a la carte menu or 5 course tasting menu. To make your dining experience even more of an occasion, add our optional wine flight of especially selected wines to your tasting menu.

Celebrate Valentines with us between Saturday 10th and Saturday 17th February. Indulge in a fine dining experience with nods and notes to Valentines, including a very special oyster amuse bouche, scallops St Julian, 65% dark chocolate fondant and heart shaped petit fours.

You may also like to indulge in our very special afternoon tea experience and add a glass of Champagne to especially mark the occasion.

Valentine's Afternoon Tea at the Maids Head Hotel

Enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Afternoon Tea at the Maids Head

Book a table to celebrate Valentine’s in the WinePress Restaurant either by calling 01603 272010,  or by going online

You might like to treat your loved one to our indulgent Ultimate in Romance two night sleep offer.  This includes a romantic stay in one of our Junior Suites, tasting menu on an evening of your choice, as well as afternoon tea served whichever day you prefer.

You can find more information about our Events for 2024 by clicking on the link.

The Earliest Surviving Valentine’s Letter

In February 1477, Margery Brewes wrote a Valentine’s Letter addressed to “My right well-beloved Valentine John Paston …..”. The Paston family lived in a house on Elm Hill, in Norwich. A marriage settlement was, at the time, being negotiated between the two families. They were married two months later. In the letter Margery writes….My heart me bids evermore to love you truly over all earthly things…..”

How romantic is this!

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