There are many fantastic places to visit over Valentine’s Day, that will make the day even more romantic!
Instead of treating each other to generic presents (even though they’re still great), explore another city with your partner or go on adventure, where you can create more memories.
Make this Valentine’s Day a day to remember, and visit some of the places we definitely would recommend!
With crisp country walks, The Farmhouse at Mackworth is perfectly positioned amongst the rolling hills of Derbyshire, a stone’s throw away from the Peak District.
Situated in what was once an 18th century farmhouse, The Farmhouse at Mackworth has found its home in this beautiful building blending old with new.
For a truly special stay in this 18th century British bolthole, the romantic Napoleon suite has a freestanding roll-top bath, ultra-soft super king bed and a spacious lounge.
As serious about luxury as it is sustainability.
Opening to critical acclaim in 2010, the luxury hotel has 32 beautiful guest rooms, a chic bar and a two-rosette award winning restaurant.
The hotel boasts private event rooms, beautiful gardens and is situated a stone’s throw from Bournemouth’s stunning beach.
Built in 1906 as the headquarters of North Eastern Railways and is one of York’s most iconic Edwardian building.
Today it is Yorkshire’s only AA-rated five-star luxury hotel and has established a global reputation for its first-class services, impressive bedrooms, and fine dining.
On 14th February, guests at The Rise can treat their loved one with a glass of prosecco on arrival before they indulge in a selection of 8 Yorkshire Tapas dishes where all ingredients have been sourced locally and ethically, all served with either a bottle of wine or a Hendricks tea pot cocktail.
To finish off the experience guests will be able to share two delicious desserts, all for £120 per couple
Guaranteed to set the heart racing is this undeniably romantic Grade-II listed cottage in Burford. Little Scarlet is a quintessential Cotswolds cottage with va-va-voom, offering a luxury self-catering couples-only retreat which has been designed with pure indulgence in mind.
Spend days pottering around Burford’s boutiques and tearooms followed by Champagne-fuelled evenings in the twin set of bathtubs!
The Old Ship Hotel in Brighton is sharing the love this Valentine’s Day with its exclusive Lovers Break. The two-night package includes dinner in the Steak on Sea restaurant, with a bottle of prosecco on the first night and a delicious afternoon tea on the second day.
Couples can take advantage of The Old Ship Hotel’s fantastic location on Brighton’s iconic sea front and enjoy a number of the city’s top attractions including the famous Brighton Pier and The Brighton Pavilion.
The historic city of Bath is perfect for a Valentine’s break, and the brand new four-star Apex City of Bath Hotel has partnered with Britain’s original natural thermal spa, Thermae Bath Spa, to create a package perfect for couples.
The hotel is also the perfect base for exploring the compact, intimate city which is steeped in Roman history.
With quintessentially British properties nestled in countryside settings, a spa day or spa break at Macdonald Hotels & Resorts allows guests to share in some relaxation and ‘together time’ whilst enjoying some delicious food and a glass of chilled Prosecco.
The Indulgent Spa Break For Two is perfect for couples who are looking to step away from the pressures of everyday life or simply spend some quality re-connecting with one another. Upon arrival guests will be shown around the hotel and spa facilities; before deciding whether to unwind in the beautiful bedroom, stroll around the grounds or settle in with an immersive 55 minute spa treatment.