Valentine’s Day. An occasion to spend time with that special someone, having quality time together and reminding them how special they are to you. But instead of just treating each other to a romantic meal for two in your favourite restaurant, why not go on a romantic getaway this year?
Around the UK there are numerous places to escape to for a romantic trip with cosy cabins, spa experiences, staycations and Virgin Experience Days offering plenty of deals on romantic trips. If you are looking to experience something different like a rooftop meal with champagne in London or a spa day on a beautiful estate then Virgin Experience Days are offering several treats for this Valentine’s Day.
However, if you are looking for a more secluded getaway, somewhere quiet and intimate, then why not go on a Forest Valentine’s Break? Forest Holidays offer cosy cabin holidays for couples in the woods. With a log burner, hot tub and champagne and chocolates it will be the perfect place to spend the romantic occasion with your significant other. Additional to chocolates and champagne Forest Holidays also offer a candlelit meal in your cabin, flower delivery and spa treatments for you both to enjoy in private. So, if you are a couple who just wants to spend time together somewhere tranquil and quiet the Forest Holidays Valentine Break will be perfect for you.
If you are more for a spa weekend then a Valentine’s Sparkling Spa Day for Two at Marlow, Buckinghamshire could be just what you are looking for. With afternoon tea, prosecco and the use of all the spa facilities at Crowne Plaza Marlow you can both sit back, take a break and enjoy each other’s company.
There are so many places in the UK where you can escape just the two of you but if you are looking to getaway a little further, then there are various cities in Europe which are perfect for a romantic trip, including Paris - the most romantic place in the world. Take a stroll down the banks of the Seine, a trip up the Eiffel Tower while it is beautifully lit up in the dark, experience a romantic candlelit dinner, take a river cruise to see the sights and make some memories in the city of love.
Or, you can head to the ‘Venice of The North’. Amsterdam is becoming an increasingly popular destination for students due to its affordability and proximity to the UK. It has bridges lit with fairy lights, canals lined with trees and an ice bar. So, even though it’s cold this time of year, it is perfect for cosying up in a small café with beautiful views of the city.