Blenheim Palace has unveiled a host of activities to celebrate Valentine's Day, including afternoon tea.

The treat for two will be served in the newly restored Orangery at the historic venue.

Each guest, for £60, can expect a savoury selection including Coronation chicken buns, truffle and egg brioche soldiers, smoked salmon and beetroot on rye and cucumber, and dill and cream cheese fingers.

To balance the savoury, there’s also a variety of sweet options like strawberry Eton Mess tartlets, Opera cake, chocolate truffles, French macaroons, red velvet cake and both plain and fruit scones with preserves and clotted cream.

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The Woodstock attraction, a UNESCO Word Heritage Site, is providing a range of activities for the Valentine’s Day.

Visitors can wander through the Formal Gardens or roam the grounds to visit The Temple of Diana, which was where Winston Churchill' proposed to Clementine Hozier.

Blenheim Palace is also the birth place of the war time Prime Minister and was home to the 12th Duke of Marlborough and his family

There's also the Marlborough Maze or tours of the Palace State Rooms featuring priceless collections and 300 years of history.

Blenheim Palace lodge retreat by Darwin Escapes is offering a special Valentine’s deal.

The exclusive code LOVEBLENHEIM14 can be used during checkout to receive a discounted rate of 14 per cent for a lodge break until February 29.

Bookings must be made on or before February 14.

The gift shop has launched exclusive Valentine’s gift boxes for £26.95 which can be bought in-store or online.

Each box features Blenheim Palace white chocolate and raspberry shortbread, cabernet rose wine, chocolates, and strawberry and Marc De Champagne jam.

By choosing to spend the day at Blenheim Palace, visitors are also contributing to the Blenheim Palace Heritage Foundation as every ticket sold is treated as a charitable donation.

Blenheim automatically converts Palace, Park and Gardens tickets into Annual Passes at no extra cost, extending a single-day trip to a whole year of visits.

For more information about the Orangery afternoon tea experience and to book your tickets or to purchase a Valentine’s Day gift, visit the Blenheim Palace website.

Blenheim Palace also offers free guided tours of the State Rooms which takes guests through each room's history.

The palace also has a week of activities panned for families to enjoy over half term including dance sessions, pebble painting, and animal-themed storytelling for children and a variety of outdoor activities, including a new adventure play area with ziplines, slides, swings, and tunnels.