With busy schedules and commitments, it is very easy for couples to get caught up in the day-to-day routine of work and other responsibilities. But, sometimes the chore list will just have to wait! Spending quality time with your significant other is important and what better way to escape the hustle and bustle than with a relaxing and romantic Valentine’s Day getaway in Loudoun!


Winery & Brewery Experiences

With surprising varietals and bold red blends, a trip through wine country for Valentine’s Day will not disappoint. Loudoun is home to more than 50 wineries and tasting rooms, making it the perfect destination for an exciting wine journey. On February 9, 10, 11, and 14 get cozy with Boxwood Estate Winery in “Cupid’s Cave” while enjoying wine and hors d'oeuvres. If you enjoy a classic wine and dine event, drive down the mountainside to The Stable at Bluemont Vineyard to celebrate an evening of romance with a 4-course culinary experience February 14 and 17. Order a glass of Bluemont Vineyard’s finest red to pair with food prepared by culinary artisans using clean and seasonal farm-to-table ingredients. You can reserve a table today. For a more broad culinary and wine happening with a sweet twist, Kalero Vineyard and The Conche will host the 2nd Annual Valentine's Day Chocolate and Wine Pairing on February 11. This collaborative event will start at 2 p.m. at Kalero Vineyard in Purcellville and will feature chocolate made in The Conche Chocolate & Cake Studio paired with special Kalero wines.


With more than 30 independent craft breweries, Loudoun provides beer lovers with exceptional selections ranging from hoppy and floral IPAs to smooth and smoky stouts. On February 14 stop by the Sterling-based brewery, Solace Brewing Company, to pick up a bouquet of locally grown, “Love Tulips” courtesy of The Fertile Blurb Flower Farm & Design Studio. You can pre-order yours on the website today.


Adventures for Active Couples

Loudoun offers active couples plenty of options for outdoor adventure. Whether it’s hiking, biking, kayaking or zip-lining, there is something for everyone to try! Enjoy the fresh mountain air and panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains while hiking or biking one of Loudoun’s countless trails. Red Rock Wilderness Overlook and Algonkian Regional Park offer great views of the Potomac River. With 45 miles of paved track, the Washington and Old Dominion Trail (W&OD) is a perfect route for cyclists or runners. Many breweries from the LoCo Ale Trail serve as great pit stops along the trail to stop and recharge. Hal and Berni Hanson Regional Park tucked away in southeast Loudoun near Brambleton offers hiking and beyond. With 257 acres, Hal and Berni features 17 athletic fields, a skating plaza, open fields for recreation and paved trails. The Hanson Park Nature Center building attached to the park offers yoga classes on Tuesdays from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. through Feb 27 with a special Valentines class being held on Thursday, Feb 15. - join them for a romantic yoga & sound bath session on February 15


For a more unique exploration, take a zip trip! Discover Loudoun through the treetops at Middleburg’s Empower Adventures where experienced guides lead you through the 20-acre course of lush forest. Can’t decide what to do? Check out the LoCo  Adventure Trail to discover your next activity.


Charming Bed & Breakfasts

With miles of scenic views, Loudoun’s bed and breakfast properties are the perfect place to unwind and relax for Valentine’s Day. Stay in a beautifully restored historic inn or a luxurious stone cottage. Explore the rural acres of farmland with accommodations in rustic barns or vintage estates. Plan your getaway to stay near the local wineries, breweries and elegant shops and restaurants to ensure all your travel needs are met. With more than 30 bed and breakfasts to choose from, your stay will certainly be unforgettable.


Horse Country

Middleburg, which is known as the nation’s horse and hunt country capital, is a place where Jackie Kennedy spent countless hours riding horses along the trails. Immerse yourself in the full equestrian experience at Salamander Middleburg. Take a horseback ride through the trails or just visit the horses in the stables. After, travel into historic Middleburg and visit the National Sporting Library and Museum. This hidden gem is a library, research facility and art museum with more than 26,000 books and equestrian-themed works of art.


Resorts & Spas

What better way to enjoy a romantic getaway than to renew your mind, body and soul at a luxurious spa. Visit Lansdowne Resort where you and your loved one can reconnect heart and mind with an “Elements Massage” made up of five oils and creams for a mood-balancing reset. Or, visit Salamander Middleburg where you can book unique seasonal treatments like the Spiced Cashmere Quench Wrap.



For a complete list of Valentine’s Day events, visit our calendar.