Are you trying to craft the perfect weekend to woo your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Or maybe you’re looking to get away for no other reason than to enjoy time together. Either way, the United Kingdom is full of dreamy escapes, from Scottish Isles to buzzing cities like London. Get started planning the perfect rendezvous with these seven romantic destinations in the UK.
Most Romantic Destinations In The UK
1. Stratford-Upon-Avon, England
Beautiful Tudor-style architecture, lush gardens and over 800 years of history make Stratford-Upon-Avon an excellent choice for couples. In addition to peaceful scenery and quiet cobblestoned streets, it’s also the birthplace of none other than Shakespeare. Book a few nights at The Arden for the perfect rendezvous.
What’s more romantic than charming art galleries, lake strolls and castles? The Welsh capital, Cardiff offers all three and then some. Take a long walk around the picturesque Roath Park Lake before exploring Cardiff Castle. Explore the National Museum and roam the old streets together before catching a show at The Old Theatre Royal. Don’t forget to a book your stay at Hotel Indigo.
The ancient city of Bath has been drawing couples from around the world since Roman times. Book an afternoon at one of the many award-winning spas before exploring the Roman ruins. Bath is also full of stunning Georgian architecture and a great food scene, making it ideal for couples. Reserve a few nights at The Bath Priory for an unforgettable stay.
This just wouldn’t be a list of romantic destinations in the UK without London. Take a stroll through Camden Town or catch a show in the West End before indulging in a delicious dinner at one of the cities many romantic restaurants. Book your stay at The Rookery for the perfect London getaway.
5. The Isle of Skye, Scotland
Few things wow and impress Scotland’s Isle of Skye. Postcard-worthy fishing villages, forgotten medieval castles and a jagged green landscape make it a great choice for lovebirds. Take a walk around the fairy pools or enjoy whale watching together. Either way, you’re sure to have the most romantic weekend together on the Isle of Skye. Reserve a few nights at the scenic Skye Window House.
Head to Edinburgh and take an afternoon stroll down The Royal Mile before exploring the spectacular Edinburgh Castle. The Scottish capital is not only famous for its incredible history and charming old town but also its food. Enjoy a perfect candlelit dinner at one of the cities, many romantic restaurants. And don’t forget to book your stay at The Balmoral in advance.
Last but not least is England’s Lake District. Famous for its breathtaking scenery, cosy cottages and gastronomic gems, you can’t go wrong with a visit here. Spend a few days enjoying the Lake District’s natural beauty together at The Daffodil in Grasmere.