DOOR COUNTY, Wis., Jan. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In Door County, Wisconsin, the spirit of Valentine's Day starts before Christmas and lasts 'til spring.
From early December through the end of March, Door County offers couples a chance to escape into the pampering luxury and scenic beauty of Wisconsin's peninsular jewel with nearly two dozen specially priced romantic getaway packages for two.
Each of these Door County Nature of Romance packages includes two nights' lodging at one of Door County's renowned resorts, inns or B&Bs. Choose from among accommodations that include in-room fireplaces, four-poster canopied beds, water views, whirlpool tubs and indoor swimming pools.
Packages, which are value-priced for the winter season on the peninsula, also include romantic dinners or cozy breakfasts, and distinctive flourishes such as horse-drawn sleigh rides, massages, flowers, champagne or wine, scented candles, hand-dipped chocolates and more. Each package also includes a $25 Door County gift certificate upon check-in.
Every Nature of Romance package is unique. At least one is just right for you and your special someone.
For those who venture outside their romantic cocoons, a tranquil winter wonderland awaits. Snowshoe, cross-country ski or hike the wooded trails in a number of state and county parks and public natural areas as snow conditions permit. Marvel at nature's ice sculptures along 300 miles of rugged shoreline. Later, warm up in front of a crackling fire.
The bustle of summer and fall are replaced in winter by a quiet, leisurely pace that makes each couple feel as though they have the peninsula to themselves. A Door County Nature of Romance package is the perfect way to renew your spirit and reconnect with your partner and with nature. It also makes the perfect Valentine's Day surprise.
To browse through available Nature of Romance packages, visit www.DoorCounty.com. For personal assistance in planning your getaway, call the Door County Visitor Bureau toll free at (800) 527-3529.
Door County is a bucolic peninsula that juts out into Lake Michigan in Wisconsin's northeast corner. Named one of the Top 10 Vacation Destinations in North America by Money magazine, Door County features 300 miles of shoreline, 11 lighthouses, five state parks and 19 county parks. It is known for its natural beauty, artistic offerings and outdoor recreation opportunities.
SOURCE Door County Visitor Bureau