The Ultimate Getaway for Couples this Valentine’s at The Leopard Rock Hotel Featured

Written by  Chiedza Chimombe

What could you be celebrating besides love this Valentine’s? Could it be a honeymoon or a special wedding anniversary? You could be celebrating your first anniversary, five years, ten years, twenty-five or even your fiftieth wedding anniversary!

 

Perhaps you are a new couple and you want to get to know each other better. On the other hand, your long term relationship may have become stagnant and there is no extra joy or adventure in your life – just the day to day routine; and perhaps you feel you need to rejuvenate the love.

No matter what stage your relationship is at, the Leopard Rock Hotel, situated in Zimbabwe’s beautiful, romantic Eastern Highlands, is offering a couples-only special during the month of February. For $200 per night, bed and breakfast, the hotel is offering an opportunity for couples to spoil each other this month. In the tranquil setting that we are renowned for, a time away from the hustle and bustle of the city lights and the noise that goes with it can offer a fresh perspective and zeal.

 

The Leopard Rock Hotel is offering an alternative to spending Valentines Day in the ‘traditional’ way this year. Their suggestion is, why not consider a more romantic getaway for a few days, either over the weekend, or take some time away from the hustle and bustle of family and work, traffic etc and enjoy each other’s company in a serene environment? How romantic! This is a definite relationship booster.

A getaway like this offers many options, starting from breakfast in bed, relaxing in a luxurious hotel room and simply watching television. You could play some golf together or take a drive or hike in the mountains of the Eastern Highlands. A picnic lunch for just the two of you would be a romantic treat, plus a candle-lit, tasty, multi-course dinner back at the hotel before retiring to bed.

Leopard Rock has definitely offered couples an opportunity to strengthen the bond in their relationships

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