Valentines Day – Propose in Williamsburg, VA

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Ready to pop the question? There are so many romantic places to propose in Williamsburg, Virginia.  Why not do it on Valentine’s Day?

Williamsburg’s historical setting is the perfect place to propose! From monuments to restored homes, Colonial Williamsburg is the ultimate setting for romance. Stroll gravel streets and pass spectacular sites before you pop the question in Williamsburg VA.

Stroll across the Crim Dell Bridge at the College of William & Mary. This bridge is one of the most romantic places in Williamsburg. A legend says that if a couple kisses on the bridge they are destined to be together forever.

Enjoy romantic lodging in Williamsburg.  Besides the famous Williamsburg Inn, our favorite spot is the Kingsmill Resort. World class service along the scenic James River.  Terrific onsite restaurants, gym, tennis courts, golf and more.  The amenities are the best offered in Williamsburg.

A candlelit dinner at a romantic tavern or Williamsburg restaurant will set the mood for anyone to pop the question. Couples will love the lavish dining rooms and quaint eateries that Williamsburg, Virginia offers! Dine at Merchant Square shopping village which includes the Fat Canary, The Trellis and Blue Talon Bistro. Proposing over dinner in the Regency Room at the Williamsburg Inn is another popular spot.  Traveling the Colonial Parkway to neighboring Yorktown is another terrific romantic journey.  You can dine at several restaurants along the York River.

Take a carriage ride proposal through historic Williamsburg. Besides informing you about the sites you pass, tour guides can let you know where the most romantic spots are. Tip: Bring a thermos of hot cocoa to sip while riding.

Plan ahead and contact Reggie at The Precious Gem.  His store has an amazing selection.  He can also make any type of ring you desire.

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