Rainy day date ideas
Unfortunately money doesn’t grow on trees, so we’ve put together a guide for how to have a great date, without breaking the bank.
Go for lunch instead of dinner
Restaurants often offer lower prices for set menus during the day as it usually a quiet time for them. You can also get away with ordering less food at lunchtime, which cuts down on the cost of your date. › Continue reading
We’ve covered the top 10 dislikes on Muddy Matches, so it only seems fair to cover the top 10 likes as seen on our members’ profiles.
1. Being outdoors – As you’d expect from a countryside dating site, the most popular like is being outside. So if you’re looking to impress a fellow Muddy Matches member, you can’t go far wrong by suggesting an outdoor date. › Continue reading
From reading thousands of dating profiles, we have come to the conclusion that relaxing with a bottle of wine and a DVD is the nation’s favourite way to spend an evening. It’s also a good rainy day date idea (but certainly not for a first date).
If you’re inviting your newish date over for a bottle of wine and a DVD on the sofa, here’s our guide to choosing the best wine and DVD to impress them. › Continue reading
From adaptions of Jane Austen novels to cheesy rom-coms, if your date enjoys romantic films then why not visit one of the locations of their favourite films? I’ve divided the film locations into regions, to help you to find a film set date in your area and snuck two cult TV series on to the end of this blog post for good measure. › Continue reading
It’s nearly Christmas and there’s a chill in the air, so it’s time to think about where to take your date to embrace the seasonal weather. If it starts to rain again, please refer to my rainy day dates blog post instead.
Here’s some of the best ways to get into the festive spirit: › Continue reading