Some inspiration for romantic weekend breaks around the UK.
Ludlow is a quiet, quaint village with old fashioned buildings and plenty of history. It’s not a hive of activity, but you are going to be surrounded by lovely countryside.
Lake Windermere, Lake District
Lake Windermere has a lot going on. With lots to see and do in the area if you are an active couple who like the outdoors then this would be ideal for you. With many water sports available and breath taking hikes, as well as the history of the area available, you are sure not to run out of things to do.
St Ives, Cornwall
One of the most popular and well known Cornish towns, St.Ives has golden beaches and colourful towns. Ideal if you are looking for a romantic coastal holiday where you can walk along the beach during the day and sit by the fire in the evening.
New Forest, Hampshire
Another one for the active couples the New Forest has endless amounts to do and see. From mountain biking to walking, admiring the heather moors and wild horses to just wandering through the little villages. The New Forest has a large amount to offer and is even close to Southampton if you wanted to travel into the city.
Romantic weekend breaks in Scotland
St Andrews, Scotland
St Andrews may be famous for its golf courses but it has so much more to offer. From its castles to the beautiful coastlines, get a sense for Scottish history in this enriched town.
One for the younger generations Edinburgh is quickly becoming a popular city break choice because of its buzzing atmosphere and beautiful architecture. Edinburgh has the perfect mix of history and culture as well as nightlife and atmosphere for the evenings, making it one of the most well rounded destinations available.
Romantic weekend breaks in Wales
Snowdonia National Park, Wales
Surrounded by incredible scenery take this opportunity to walk or bike around the hills of Snowdonia National Park. There are mines, railways and extreme assault course that would tickle any active couples fancy.
Ross on Wye, Herefordshire
The idyllic town of Ross on Wye is set close to the Forest of Dean and passed by the River Wye. The town is amazingly colourful and filled with small independent shops. You are not going to find nightlife and atmosphere, but the feel within the town is incredibly homely and beautiful.