Date Ideas: Winter Date Ideas

Whisky tasting

There’s no better way to warm you both up than whisky tasting. Whilst many of us may consider ourselves educated in the world of wine, whisky is one area that you may have a curiosity about. And if that’s a view that’s also shared by your date, then this might be of interest. Tasting sessions… continue reading »

Christmas Markets

It might be cold outside but there’s something really nice about wrapping up warm and setting out for your local Christmas market. If nothing it’ll get you in the mood for the festive season. And what nicer way than listening to a silver band, drinking mulled wine, and experiencing the festive cheer. At a Christmas… continue reading »

Indoor picnic

It might be cold outside, but that’s all the more reason to have an indoor picnic! Maybe choose a theme, your partner can bring the wine or other beverages. If you have a picnic basket all the better. This is a great way to enjoy your time together. By taking the time to find out… continue reading »

Ice Skating

Limber up and wrap up warm for a date on ice skates! Don’t let anyone dare tell you, you’re too old for this kind of thing – it’s the perfect opportunity to grab a hold of your dates hand and glide around the rink. It doesn’t matter at all whether you’re a seasoned skating pro… continue reading »

Culinary class

Feed your mind and soul with this unusual date idea. Taking a cooking class together is not only a fun way to spend time together, but you could also learn something new plus end up with delicious results. If it’s still early days with your date, a class can take some of the pressure off… continue reading »

Lunch dates

Lunch dates are a great all round option. Whilst they also offer a romantic option to catch some time with your date during the day, they’re also great for the first or second date. You can relax knowing you’ll spend only a certain amount of time together. This takes the pressure off having to make… continue reading »

Film and dinner date

A classic date is to see a film, followed up by dinner. There are, however, a mix of options here. You can: Watch a film at home and then go out for dinner phone a takeaway cook up a meal for your date (or you could prepare it together) Alternatively, you could go to the… continue reading »