Five Ideas For March + April Dates

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019
Five Ideas For March + April Dates

Spring is on its way, which means it’s time to get outside, soak up some vitamin D and enjoy some fun and romantic date ideas. Here at Muddy Matches we firmly believe that making experiences together in the fresh air can only be a good thing for your love life. So read on for five top ideas for dates this March and April.

Bike ride + coffee

Let’s face it, walking when there’s still a chill in the air and rain threatening might not be the most romantic experience. Get on a bike, however, and it can be exhilarating and fun, even if your date is a complete novice. Our advice? Choose a flat, picturesque route (like the Cromford Canal) which has plenty of historic interest to spark conversation and a cute coffee shop in a converted mill to relax in mid-way.

Cinema alfresco

All over the country, alfresco cinemas are popping up, wooing their punters with a magical movie under the stars. Pack a blanket, a thermos of something warm or a bottle of red, romantic sharing snacks and prepare to impress your date. Get information on outdoor cinema events in the South West here.

Sunrise + breakfast

Perfect if you live near the water, set your alarm clock an hour or so earlier and head out to watch the sun rise. The most romantic way to start your day, finish off with a delicious picnic breakfast, or book a spot at a waterside cafe for ultimate indulgence. We love this list from Dorset Cereals of the best places to watch the sun rise.

Parkrun

If you and your date are both into adventure and extreme sports a base level of fitness is a must. There’s a saying that couples who train together, stay together, so pull on your kicks, locate your nearest Parkrun and run a 5k together. Grab a coffee or lunch together afterwards to extend your runners’ high.

Farm to Fork

For a super relaxing, delicious Saturday date head to your nearest Farmers Market. Pick up some fresh produce then head back to yours to cook up a feast together. Visit England have a fantastic list of Farmers Markets and Food Festivals.