Plan a Valentine’s Day in Myrtle Beach to remember in 2018. On top of the natural beauty of the coastline for romantic walks at sunset, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina always has something to see and do – and that includes for this sweetheart holiday. Eat your heart out with some of these restaurant and attraction ideas!
Medieval Times, Myrtle Beach. You and your love will be treated like royalty in the Medieval Times castle for its Valentine’s Day Couples Package running Feb. 3-15. For $99, each couple will receive admission to the dinner and tournament, a photo keepsake, cheering flags, a light-up rose for the lady, and two logo glasses filled with champagne. Cheers!
La Belle Amie Vineyard, Little River. What could be more cozy than you, your plus-one and two glasses of vino by the fire? La Belle Amie’s annual bonfire will heat things up Feb. 17 from noon to 5 p.m., when you can sample wines, buy your bottle of choice, order food in the vineyard’s outdoor patio and dance the day away to live music.
Ripley’s Splash of Love. You and your Valentine can celebrate with a splash at this annual event held at Ripley’s Aquarium Feb. 14, featuring a four-course dinner, admission to the aquarium, one long stem rose, and one drink ticket. For more information on upgraded packages and reservation times, visit the website at www.ripleysaquarium.com/myrtlebeach.
And may we suggest a handful of Myrtle Beach restaurants known to hit the target like Cupid on intimate ambiance, breathtaking views and luscious fare with flair. Give them a call for details on a special Valentine’s menu and to reserve your table for two:
Thoroughbreds, Myrtle Beach. 843-497-2636 or www.thoroughbreds.com.
The Melting Pot, Myrtle Beach. 843-692-9003 or www.meltingpot.com.
Sea Captain’s House, Myrtle Beach. 843-448-8082 or www.seacaptain.com.
RipTydz Oceanfront Grille & Rooftop Bar, Myrtle Beach. 843-945-1204
21 Main at North Beach, North Myrtle Beach. 843-315-3000 or www.21mainatnorthbeach.com.
Aspen Grille, Myrtle Beach. 843-449-9191 or www.aspen-grille.com.
New York Prime, Myrtle Beach. 843-448-8081 or www.newyorkprime.com.
SeaBlue Restaurant & Wine Bar, North Myrtle Beach. 843-249-8800 or www.seabluewinebar.com.
The Parson’s Table, Little River. 843-249-3702 or www.parsonstable.com.
The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro, Little River. 843-249-2601 or www.thebrentwoodrestaurant.com.
Check in on Wednesday, Feb. 14, and stay through the weekend at either of these resorts that embrace the heart of North Myrtle Beach:
North Beach Plantation
You won’t want to say farewell to North Beach Plantation, a majestic resort on a 7 ½-acre island between the Atlantic Ocean and Whitepoint Swash in North Myrtle Beach. Unwind in the luxury oceanfront condos in either of the towers or The Bridge, where the posh seven-bedroom penthouse boasts breathtaking bird’s-eye views of the Atlantic. You and your honey can relax in the indoor pool or several hot tubs and more time for two awaits at North Beach’s Cinzia Spa, renowned for its full roster of massage and facial services, and, finally, a table for two at the popular 21 Main Restaurant, serving up the finest wines, steak and sushi fare on the beach.
Sea Watch Resort
It will be love at first sight when you check into Sea Watch Resort. The recognized oceanfront property boasts one- through three-bedroom condos in two towers along the clean, serene Arcadian Shores section of North Myrtle Beach. Private balconies overlook the majestic Atlantic, the perfect backdrop for special moments. You’ll also want to find time to enjoy the two indoor pools and any of the 11 hot tubs (indoors/outdoors). If you want to venture off the property, there are plenty of entertainment options nearby, including shopping at Tanger Outlets and Barefoot Landing, where there’s also a roster of bars and restaurants, along with a tour of top-notch dining stops on Myrtle Beach’s Restaurant Row.