Affordable and Romantic Destinations for a St Valentine’s Day in the UK

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With St Valentine’s Day on its way, there is still time to book a last minute romantic getaway within the United Kingdom. While Paris, Venice, and other romantic destinations abroad may hike up their prices for the holiday, there are plenty of quiet, secluded, and idyllic locations in the UK that can provide the same romance without breaking the bank. It also allows you to make a spontaneous, last-minute decision to do something special with your loved one. Your options are many.

The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds

What could be better than renting a cottage to snuggle up with your significant other around the fire? In the Cotswolds, you can stroll the peaceful cobble stone streets, get some great food and a pint at one of thei many pubs, or simply have a cup of tea while catching up on some reading. The gardens are perfect for romantic strolls after dinner at any of the reasonably priced restaurants. According to the site MoneyPug, which is used to compare cheap holidays, the Cotswolds are the perfect place in unwind and take a break from both social media and the city you live in.

St Ives

St Ives

If you’re looking for a picturesque seaside resort for your getaway, look no further than St Ives. It is the perfect spot for a tranquil weekend away. Stay at a cozy and welcoming bed and breakfast while walking the shores and catching a view from the harbours and beaches. Small independent restaurants and pubs offer lovely meals, drinks, and unique atmosphere.

Bath

Bath

One of the best options for relaxation are the Roman Baths in Bath, England. There are plenty of options to soak, give your muscles a break, and enjoy some peace and quiet. The historic city is beautiful for a walk after you’re mellowed from the spas. You can even book a spa hotel for a bit more to get the full experience.

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a great option for the couples looking to find another city to explore on an affordable romantic weekend. The dining options are endless, with many fine restaurants to choose from for a dinner date. There are also plenty of romantic hotels to choose from that won’t break the bank. Spend some time at the Edinburgh Castle after a mid-day glass of wine. Or, if you want to get active hike up to Arthur’s Seat for great views.

Peak District

Peak District

There are few destinations more romantic in look than the Peak District. The rolling green hills are perfect for a stroll, and the warm cottages provide cozy places to relax afterwards. If you’re looking for luxury, there are plenty hotels that will satisfy, but the couple on a budget won’t have a hard time finding the perfect place to stay.

Llanddwyn Island

Llanddwyn Island

This beautiful Llanddwyn Island in Wales is the resting place of St Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers. While it isn’t an island, the piece of land off the coast is ideal for a picnic and a bottle of wine. Here you can watch the wave crash and be soothed into a calm mood. There are also rolling dunes and many options when it comes to cozy and inexpensive accommodations.

York

York

Another great city break option is York, where you can indulge in history. Walk around the city admiring the old architecture before catching a drink and some grub. The bars, pubs, and restaurants are plentiful. Make sure to stay in one of the city’s affordable boutique hotels.

Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye

Fairy Pools, Isle Of Skye

These turquoise waters are like something from another time. Their name doesn’t lie, they are something out of a fairy tale. If it’s warm enough, take a swim. On the other hand, if it’s cool out, take a short hike around the pools. Afterwards, there are plenty of reasonably-priced places to stay in Isle of Skye, which makes it a beautiful getaway for any couple.

Belfast

Belfast

Not only is Belfast one of the most affordable city break destinations, it has no shortage of romantic options. The Belfast Castle and the Opera House are both very popular, but you if opera is too pricey, picnicking at the botanical gardens or at Cave Hill Country Park are lovely and won’t break the bank. You can also combine Cave Hill with a cup of coffee at the Castle. Whatever you decide to do, you will have a great time in Belfast. It is not just romantic, for a short holiday won’t stress you paying for your choice of food and activities.

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