The facts on Valentine
St Valentine was a priest in third-century Rome. When Emperor Claudius II declared that all young men were forbidden to marry (a consequence of his observation that single men made better soldiers), Valentine is said to have flouted the law and conducted marriages. In time, his disobedience was discovered and he was sebsequently executed – supposedly the night before 14th February.
One final legend reveals that Valentine was onece imprisoned, where he fell in love with a girl who visited the jail and from then on he write her love notes from his cell signed ‘from your Valentine’.
Love, its a many splendoured thing. It makes the world go round.
Love is patient, Love is kind. Love sees no faults as Love is blind,
Love conquers all. All you need is Love
The Language of Love:
French: je t’aime
German Iche liebe dich
Italian Ti amo
Portugese Eu te amo
Spanish Te amo
Swedish Jag alskar dig
Welsh Caru ti
Valentines Night at the Hall
Thursday 14th February
Why not treat your loved one to our Al a Carte Menu with prices starting from £16.95
for a main course
Enhance the romance by ordering one of our finest Champagnes for your
or even go the extra mile and stay in one of our luxury rooms
Enjoy the experience with style here at Dunsley Hall Hotel