Where are the most romantic places in the UK?
According to Visit Britain, who compiled a list of the top places for romance, Bath is perfect for a romantic break. The beautiful architecture lends itself well to a relaxed break in a stylish hotel, like the Combe Grove Manor, where you can book a Lover’s Pamper day and then enjoy a blissful stroll, taking in the views of the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a cosy meal in one of the many award-winning restaurants and maybe check out the famous Thermae Bath Spa too.
Visit Britain also rates St. Andrews in Scotland. Of course, the University of St Andrews is where Wills met Kate and legend has it that graduates have a one in ten chance of meeting their future husband or wife here. It could be the cosy pubs, it could be the gorgeous cobbled streets, or maybe it’s just the invigorating sea air and coastal views. A spa break in Edinburgh is probably the closest you’ll get to a spa trip in St Andrews, where you can stop off and spend some quality time in beautiful Edinburgh. You could be extra romantic and drop into the spa at the MacDonald Houston House, 12 miles out of Edinburgh, where you can treat your loved one to a super romantic Luxury Paradise Escape for two in a countryside retreat.
Lake Vyrnwy Hotel and Spa has been voted one of the top romantic retreats in Wales, and the location is picture perfect - great for anyone looking for a beautiful view of Snowdonia and the Lake itself. Built in 1890, there’s a picturesque ‘fairy tale tower’, some great walking trails for those romantic strolls, and spa breaks here lasting up to three days. Just how much romance can you take?
Spring a Valentine’s spa break in one of the UK’s most romantic places on your beloved and just watch that brownie point count increase…
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