It’s February, which brings with it Valentine’s Day, and so we thought we’d look into a few of the most romantic destinations in the UK that make for a memorable coach holiday.
From cosy cottages in picture-perfect postcard villages, beautiful countryside offering ample walking routes, meandering waterways to sit beside. Or simply take a stroll through delightful quintessentially English cobbled streets, home to stores of unique homemade goods and traditional pubs serving heart-warming dishes.
Visit on ‘Cotswold Jewels and Severn Delights’
Home of the ultimate spa break! This fascinating city is famous for its gorgeous hot springs which were first enjoyed by the Romans, and then turned into a golden stoned fashionable city in Georgian times. There is plenty to enjoy here, the new spa, the Baths, Pump Room, Pulteney Bridge and the majestic Abbey.
Visit on ‘Weston-super-Mare & King Arthur’s Country’
The Peak District
The timeless appeal of the Peak District has lured visitors for generations to seek peace in the beauty of rolling hillsides and tranquil valleys, high peaks, historic stone-built villages and proud Victorian spa towns. The spectacular scenery makes for a beautiful walk, or discover some of the bakeries in the stunning villages (particularly Bakewell, for its delicious pudding!).
Visit on ‘Glorious Chatsworth & the High Peak’
The Lake District
The English Lakeland must surely be one of the best-loved and most beautiful regions in the British Isles. There is a magic and serenity across the countryside, the sight and sound of water is never far away which makes for the most relaxing and tranquil getaways. With cosy pubs and serene surroundings, and fabulous train journeys too.
Visit on 'Lake District Discovery'
Where else would exude romance like the birthplace of Shakespeare! The author of some of the world’s greatest love stories, his inspiration shines through the picturesque streets of this medieval market town. There’s also the beautiful cottage, once home to Anne Hathaway, and many museums to explore.