Where To Go For A Romantic Break With Your Other Half In The UK

If you’re looking for a getaway with your other half, it can be difficult deciding where to go. When the options are endless, it can sometimes be harder narrowing it down than it would be if there were a small selection of places to choose from. Whether you’re looking to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, or if you want some quality time to spend with each other, we’ve put together a few great places for a romantic break with your other half. Whether you’re after somewhere to relax on a beach or take hikes in the countryside, we have you covered. Keep on reading to find out more. 

a lake with trees and mountains in the backgroundPhoto by James Wheeler from Pexels

The Lake District

The Lake District is one of the most stunning places to visit in the UK and is ideal as a romantic bolthole. Head here when you want some true peace and serenity, where you can simply take in all the nature of the surroundings and visit one of the many lakes. You can hike up the beautiful mountains, take in the views, bring a picnic and spend some quality time together away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There are some gorgeous Lake District hotels you can stay in too, so make sure you book in advance and get the one you want.

Tower Bridge at sunset
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Another great place to go for a romantic break with your other half is London. This is more suited for those that like the hustle and bustle and to be somewhere a bit busier. London has a plethora of romantic hotels you can stay in, from cool airBnB style accommodation choices to hotels with balconies and luxury 5* hotels. You can do things such as go for a romantic meal out, head to watch a West end show or go for a walk or boat ride in one of the many parks. There are always lots of activities in London for you to enjoy with your other half.

The Cotswolds 

The Cotswolds is a really beautiful part of the world and if you’ve never been before, it needs to be high on your list for a romantic break away. A really quaint part of the country, you can go for long walks through sweet little villages, go out for roast dinners on a Sunday, indulge in afternoon teas and enjoy visiting the many attractions in the area. You can stay in a countryside lodge or bed and breakfast.

a house next to a river
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These are just a few places that are great when you want a romantic getaway with your other half. No matter if you’re foodies, if you like to be in nature, or if you want to be by the seaside, there really is something for everyone. You can take a car, or get public transport and hire a car when you’re there, or go to a destination and just stay where you can walk on foot. Where are you thinking of going for a break away? Let us know in the comments below, we’d love to hear from you.

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