15 January 2014 The Welsh Valentine's Day Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey by Ian On the 25th January, here in Wales, we celebrate St Dwynwen's Day. A Welsh version of St Valentine's day that has been gaining popularity in recent years. A day of cards, kisses and cwtches. While love is in the air, why not make for a romantic bolt-hole in the Welsh countryside. Or one of our top 15 romantic places to stay in Wales (voted for by our Facebook followers). Followed by a meal and a couple of glasses of something at one of our romantic restaurants. Or if the great outdoors is more your thing, why not wander hand in hand around our romantic ruins. If you're feeling especially romantic, why not visit us on Valentine's day as well? Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items St Dwynwen's Day fun Discover 10 ways to celebrate the most romantic date in the Welsh calendar, St Dwynwen's Day. Love is in the air If you’re planning a date with a difference or looking for that perfect place to say "I do" Mothers Day Whether its Mam, Mum, Mother or Mummy make sure she has a fantastic break in Wales. Welsh gifts for your love Impress your partner with a gift from legendary Wales. Unique and heartfelt gift ideas for couples Romantic breaks in Wales Our guide to some of the most romantic hotels, guest houses and unique stays in Wales Romantic Brecon Beacons Enjoy a little well-earned together time in the naturally beautiful Brecon Beacons.