Unwind and have a break together with a one night escape for two people, including an evening meal. The range consists mostly of small, independent hotels and inns across the UK, each unique in character and temperament – perfect for that romantic weekend break. Even though we include the occasional hotel chain within this selection, be assured of a solely distinctive stay in every location. Breakfast and a delicious evening meal at the property’s restaurant are included, so there’s no need to worry about dining requirements on these romantic breaks in the UK. Just settle in, relax and spend some quality time together.
Availability: Booking restrictions apply at some properties. Many exclude Christmas, New Year and Valentine's and some can be booked Sunday to Thursday only - please check when booking. Please book as far in advance as possible to ensure the date of your choice (minimum eight weeks recommended). Weather: Duration: Your stay is for one night. Check in and check out times vary, we'll provide full details when you make a booking. Numbers On Day: Spectators: Dress Code: Some properties request smart dress in the restaurant. Guidelines: Full details are provided once a booking is made. Restrictions: Over 18's at most hotels but please check with us. Some hotels can accommodate well-behaved dogs but as a rule pets are not permitted; please check when booking. Other Info: Many properties ask to see a valid credit card at check in. You may also need to arrange reserved and chargeable parking direct.
Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys; Wellington, Shropshire; Cadnam, Hampshire; Beamish, County Durham; Thelbridge, Devon; Malmesbury, Wiltshire; Creaton, Northamptonshire; Rossett, Cheshire; Berkeley, Gloucestershire; Piddletrenthide, Dorset; York, North Yorkshire; Salisbury, Wiltshire; Burley, Hampshire; Beaulieu, Hampshire; Bournemouth, Dorset; Sheffield, South Yorkshire; Leamington Spa, Warwickshire; Marlow, Buckinghamshire; Marston, Lincolnshire; Aberdare, Mid Glamorgan; Ayr, South Ayrshire; Bolton, Lancashire; Christleton, Cheshire; Newbury, Berkshire; Bingley, West Yorkshire; Winterbourne, Bristol City; Inverness, Scottish Highlands; Kidderminster, Worcestershire; Leeds, West Yorkshire; Newton Solney, Staffordshire; Swansea, Wales; Tunbridge Wells, Kent; Upton St Leonards, Gloucestershire; Cropton, North Yorkshire; Sittingbourne, Kent; Hunstanton, Norfolk; South Cerney, Gloucestershire; East Horsley, Surrey; Eastbourne, East Sussex; Quorn, Leicestershire; Leicester, Leicestershire; Watford, Hertfordshire; Maidstone, Kent; Cleator, Cumbria; Newmarket, Suffolk; Dingwall, Scottish Highlands; Old Coulsdon, Surrey; Pelynt, Cornwall; Bournemouth, Dorset; Bournemouth, Dorset; Irvine, North Ayrshire; Derby, Derbyshire; Chigwell, Essex; Stourport On Severn, Worcestershire; Birmingham, West Midlands; Croydon, Surrey; Carlisle, Cumbria; Gloucester, Gloucestershire; Wilmslow, Cheshire; Bournemouth, Dorset; Derby, Derbyshire; Bournemouth, Dorset; Newcastle on Clun, Shropshire; Tetbury, Gloucestershire; Winchcombe, Gloucestershire; Douglas, Isle of Man; Telford, Shropshire; Liverpool, Merseyside; Chester, Cheshire; Preston, Lancashire; Warrington, Cheshire; Aberdeen, Aberdeen City; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire; Glasgow, Scotland; Ripley, Surrey; Darlington, County Durham; Chester, Cheshire; Grimsby, Lincolnshire; Ashbourne, Derbyshire; Folkestone, Kent; Carnousite, Angus; Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire; Tenby, Pembrokeshire; Malvern, Worcestershire;