February 14th: Valentine’s Day. That one day a year where couples all around the country feel inclined to jet off onto a romantic trip away together.
Whilst taking a short break for the special day is a great way to explore new areas, prices of hotels tend to rocket up and places become more crowded as everyone heads to their romantic destination of choice. Instead of heading somewhere further afield this year, why not try a British getaway just before Valentine’s Day to share a romantic trip with your loved one?
Oozing with quaint countryside, historical attractions and paths to explore, Britain is the ideal location for a dreamy short break. Whether it’s hiking in Scotland or indulging in a spa in London, Superbreak can provide the perfect holiday for couples on a budget and visiting before the big day could help you save even more.
It can be said that a long stroll along a shoreline is one of the most romantic ways to spend a day and with Edinburgh being close to beaches that stretch for miles and are nestled with hidden coves, it is easy to see why it is one of the top romantic destinations.
Teamed with historical gems, fine architecture and artisan delis, Edinburgh is unflawed as a couples retreat. By taking a trip up to this city before Valentine’s Day you could benefit from Scotland’s charming side without having to fight through the crowds for a spot in that little quirky café.
With London being the land of luxury, it is obvious to see why it is one of the UK’s top romantic hotspots. From dinner cruises along the Thames to romantic strolls in leafy parks, there’s plenty to do to keep couples entertained.
Boasting culture, an array of eateries and an endless and ever-changing list of possible activities and events, taking your loved one to London could be the ultimate break you’ve been looking for. Blending everything together to produce an outstanding city, London has a little bit of everything to cater to all palettes, meaning you can tailor your holiday to your personal taste.
The city is renowned for its heavy price tag however, and with prices increasing around 14th February it is always best to take a trip there before the increases come into effect!
Romance team with history and charming character make this picturesque riverside city an ideal destination spot. Sitting in the north of England, York spills with trails of the past and its gothic cathedral and narrative, historical features punctuate the stunning landscape.
Twee tearooms, cosy pubs and ambient restaurants make this British Heritage City an intimate location. Visit the city before the rush to avoid full bookings.