Most Romantic Activities to do in England
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With spring on its way and romance is in the air, it means that our heads turn toward weekend escapes, road trips, and simply getting away from all of our work day stresses for a short time with our partner.
So to help inspire your next romantic escapades, here are five activities to do in England.
1. Thermae Bath Spa:
Located in The Hetling Pump Room, Hot Bath St, this is an absolutely fabulous spot for a romantic couple’s interlude. This award winning natural spa is Britain’s only naturally heated, mineral rich, and spring fed open-air spa. Spend a few hours in the aroma steam rooms, select from a whole host of indulgent spa treatments or simply laze around in the spa as the sun sets.
2. A luxury horse drawn carriage:
Located in Cartmel in the Southern Lake District, there is no better romance than a champagne carriage ride, drawn by a pair of beautiful black Friesian horses. Take a gentle trip around the picturesque village of Cartmel and along the country roads and woodlands, after being picked up at your hotel. You can arrange a picnic lunch with champagne, flowers, and chocolates as well.
3. Take a road trip to Oxford:
Road trips are a great way to spend some quality time together and a visit to Oxford can be a lovely drive through the countryside. Tourists who don’t have a car need not fret, they can browse DriveNow to book a car hire in Oxford. Stay at The Randolph Hotel if you prefer to see an old-world charm or the Old Parsonage Hotel, which oozes a manor house vibe. Don’t forget to try out Cherwell Boathouse for an affordable meal on a romantic riverside terrace and take a punt along the river with Salter’s Steamers.
4. Hire a canal boat for the weekend:
There are so many places that have canal boats for a day or a weekend hire, that you won’t have any problem hiring one for your romantic weekend. Just imagine breezing along the canals and stopping off at the local canal pubs for a romantic dinner beside a roaring fire. You can even book a canal restaurant boat for a short canal trip, while you are served a first class evening meal.
5. Picnic on Primrose Hill:
With sweeping views across London, Primrose Hill is an easy walk from Bakers Street Tube – easy enough for you to take along a picnic basket and settle down to watch the sun set over the London Skyline. Once a favourite hunting spot of King Henry VIII, this area is now a park and is available to anyone who appreciates spending time outdoors with their loved ones in London.
So why not pick one of these 5 fabulous options and have a romantic escapade with your partner this springtime?