Cuddly Cove: Nick's Loves Love Package

Twosomes make for the Tomales Bay getaway for holiday sweetness.

WATER AND AMOUR: You don't have to delve too deeply into the nature of lovey-dovey duos to discover that H2O plays a role in romance. From the anniversary gifts — a crystal goblet, perfect for water, is a traditional third anniversary gift — to waterside honeymoons, the waves and wooing go together well. As they will over Valentine's Month, in a place that is rather strong in the aquatic cred department: Marshall. We do speak of the spot near the tremendous Tomales Bay, and if the Tomales Bay has you picturing a clutch of winsome cottages near a pier, then you are thinking in the right direction. It is...

NICK'S COVE... Restaurant, Oyster Bar & Cottages that we're wending our way to, and it is correct to think that the picturesque getaway is doing it up for the February holiday. Speaking of February, the Nick's Cove Valentine's package — it's called Nick's Loves Love — is not on for a single night, on the 14th, but is, rather, available throughout the whole of the month (well, on particular nights). If you're thinking honoring the hearts-iest day on the calendar later in February, then you're a-ok in booking this package, which is available Sundays through Thursdays, save the 14th and 19th. But what's involved in...

NICK'S LOVES LOVE? Plenty, and as it is the decade-anniversary for this stay-over package — yes, even hotel packages have anniversaries — the property has had time to polish its offerings. You and your honeybun'll stay in a Waterview Cottage, and you'll enjoy in-room massages a deux (an hour long, so nice), a bottle of cabernet (Nick's is on the label), an "amuse bouche" supper, breakfast the next morning, and, to kick it all off, BBQ oysters when you first set your bags down upon arrival. Oysters and Nick's, like romance and water, are also a tight twosome, so this should not surprise. But it should delight, and enchant, and if you're ready for a February steal-a-way, on a Sunday (or Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday), flap this way, lovebirds.

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