Valentine’s Day is back, and couples don’t need to spend hours thinking of what they can do different from the previous year because The Lancashire Telegraph has made a list of six things to get into the season of romance.

1. Stanley House Hotel & Spa, Mellor.

For the couples that are in need of a relaxing break, surprise partners with Stanley House Hotel & Spa’s special Valentine’s Day package.

Design a night by choosing two treatments such as a facial or body massage for £69 per person.

There is also a host of food to choose from the Valentine’s menu at the restaurant with a glass of Rossini on arrival, and a rose to give to your special someone.

Or stay over at the House on the Hill, with a four course dinner, thermal bathing, therapeutic treatments, and farmhouse breakfast.

Visit the website to see more details.

2. Turtle Bay, Cathedral Square, Blackburn

For the busy couples who can spare only an evening, Turtle Bay have a new Valentines menu just for that.

This year’s theme is ‘one love’ and guests can enjoy a romantic dinner with bottomless drinks.

Choose a main dish and enjoy unlimited drinks from the tropical rum cocktail collection for just £35 per person.

Grab the Valentine’s drink ‘one love’ with dark rum, passionfruit and coconut.

Go to the website to see more.

3. Escape with Coffee and Cocktail, 10 Market Place, Clitheroe.

This one requires four people, but why not make it a double date, and Escape with Coffee and Cocktails.

Enjoy a glass of Prosecco Bellini before making five cocktails each and relish in becoming the bartender for the evening.

Take part in a little quiz and win a prize to take home after the masterclass.

To find more visit the website.

4. Art Gallery – The Bentley Studio, Back King Street, Whalley.

For the creative couples, spend a few hours here and browse the stunning art and sculptures of things like eggs and slugs, all created by artist Tony Bentley.

It truly is a wonder, and the showroom is part of the Salvage House Collective in the Ribble Valley, where pop-up bars and events are now the norm.

To see more art and culture, couples can also visit Townley Hall in Burnley and wander around the grounds for a romantic stroll, and if hunger sets in, there are two cafes nearby to sit and relax at.

Visit the website for more.

5. Beer, Bingo, & Burgers – Holmes Mill, Greenacre Street, Clitheroe.

What better than to spend a night playing bingo with a beer and burger at Holmes Mill?

From 7.30pm, pay £25 each and enjoy a host of entertainment with quizzes and prizes.

To find out more and book a spot, go here.

6. Holdens & Co- 5 Blackburn Road, Edgeworth.

Famous for its dairy ice-cream, it could be worth venturing out a bit and heading to this village store, where they also have afternoon tea, and lunch.

All the ice-cream is handmade, and the shop also has a set of quirky gins to go along with a lunch meal.

The hideaway spot is a perfect place for couples to enjoy a quiet romantic meal, and there are trails to walk outside for a stroll too.

Visit the website to find out more.