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As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, your thoughts will inevitably be turning to how you can treat the man/lady in your life, but without breaking the bank again so soon after Christmas. For many, a weekend break to a romantic capital such as Paris or Venice will be out of the question. However, this doesn’t mean that you cannot still enjoy a sensual and romantic weekend break, especially as here at the Cellar Bar we have a beautiful, high quality restaurant based in a stunning hotel which is set at harmony with the West Midlands countryside.

Here at Cellar Bar, although we cannot bring you the quintessential romantic view of the Eiffel Tower or an intimate gondola ride along the Piave River past the “Bridge of Sighs”, what we can offer is a beautiful setting in a restaurant which overlooks the wintery delights of the Allesley countryside, plus mouth watering food and a cosy bed.

Our team of chefs, led by a highly experienced head chef are on hand to create for you dish after dish, all of which we guarantee will leave you wanting more. Our roast vegetable filo tart with a tomato compote and parmesan salad, and our rich Bailey’s cheesecake with a Belgian chocolate sauce, are just two of the dishes from our menu which will get your taste buds tingling.

After enjoying the delights created in our restaurant Birmingham, why not head to a room in our hotels, where you can unwind in a relaxing bath, before getting a perfect night sleep in a soft yet snug bed. This way, you can rise the following morning to the sounds of nature outside your window, and the smell of Sunday lunch wafting through the air.

A weekend break whether to celebrate a special occasion, Valentine’s day or just for a change of scenery, does not have to break the bank. Instead when staying with us and sampling the delights on offer at our restaurant, you’ll forget where you are as you finally begin to relax.

| January 19th, 2011 | Posted in News |