Linger over endless pots of tea, quaff delicate sandwiches and savour dainty cakes when treating your date to afternoon tea, with a glass of Champagne guaranteed to earn extra brownie points.
For more information see our selection of Gloucestershire hot air ballooning venues.
Other ideas: go bowling, plan a birdwatching outing, go on a brewery tour, play bingo or have a barbecue.
Gloucester’s Brickhampton Court Golf Complex, Canons Court Golf Club in Wotton-under-Edge, and Cirencester Golf Club, are just a few options in Gloucestershire.
Other ideas: go canoeing, test your nerve climbing, laugh at a comedy night, try clay shooting, or visit a castle.
Outdoor activities make ideal dates and certainly give you plenty to talk about, so grab your clubs and head to the driving range to practice your swing and impress your special someone, or at least have a laugh in the process.
While not the most budget friendly option, organising a balloon flight is definitely an unforgettable experience, especially if you take to the skies at sunrise or sunset.
There are a host of ballooning companies operating in Gloucestershire, with launch sites across the county offering the once-in-a-life-time experience.
Other ideas: abseil, visit an art gallery, take aim at archery, or go to an arboretum.
See Gloucestershire from a different vantage point by surprising someone with a hot air balloon ride.
Enjoy the chance to brush up on your culinary skills and tuck into some delicious food by taking your date on a cookery class, with courses covering everything from day-long bread making sessions to light-hearted cook and dine evenings.
Gloucestershire is home to an array of places to improve your kitchen prowess, including The Foodworks in Cheltenham, Harts Barn in the Forest of Dean, Winston House School of Cookery in Stonehouse, and Dancing Trousers in Lechlade.