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Cosy Autumn Date Ideas

08 | 09 | 2020

Cosy Autumn Date Ideas

Summer may not officially be over yet, but we’re so ready for cosy autumn nights and cute AW ‘fits. Whether you’re newly boo’d up, looking for love, or a few years deep into a relationship, we’ve rounded up some super cute, cosy autumn date ideas to help keep that spark alive all year round.


#1 Go wine tasting or visit a distillery

Wine tasting is a good ice breaker if you’re going on your first date with someone (a bit of dutch courage is all you need sometimes). For those already in a relationship, this is a good chance for you and bae to spend some quality time together and relax with many a beverage.


#2 Get pumpkin spice lattes together

It’d be rude not to, wouldn’t it? There’s nothing that kicks off the autumnal season quite like a pumpkin spice latte. If this is your first date, it’s a chilled way to get to know each other a bit more without the formalities and pressure of a full on dinner date.


#3 Go to a psychic reading

Feeling a lil spiritual? Channel your inner mystic Meg with a psychic reading. Find out what’s in store for you and your boo’s future.


#4 Book a cosy cottage break 

Spend a romantic night away just the two of you at a cosy cottage somewhere in the countryside. Go for walks, cook together and play some old school board games or have a movie night by an open fire. Bonus if your cottage comes with a hot tub!


#5 Create a home cinema 

Set up a home cinema in your bedroom, living room or even your garden. Grab your duvets, the all important snacks and your favourite film or Netflix series and you’ll be all set for the cosiest movie night.


#6 Take a cooking class 

Level up your cooking skills and discover new recipes that you both love. What could be better than eating great food that you’ve cooked yourself with your fave person? Delish.


#7 Have a games night 

Completed Netflix? Why not have a good old games night instead? Monopoly, Scrabble, Pictionary… all the faves. Nothing like a bit of friendly competition to kick off date night.


#8 Go to a fun fair 

Check out any local fun fairs in your area and get ready to release your inner child for the night. The waltzers, hook the duck, ring toss, hall of mirrors and candy floss… the recipe for a great date night.


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