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Suggestions Urgent - Romantic Holidays - any time of week, 2nd week March Plz.

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Hi All, Its my 1st wedding anniversary in March 2nd week and I dont know what to do, I cant go abroad for sure, does anyone have suggestion for weekend break or anything like that in UK. I am ba… Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Hi All,

Its my 1st wedding anniversary in March 2nd week and I dont know what to do, I cant go abroad for sure, does anyone have suggestion for weekend break or anything like that in UK.

I am based in Manchester, we both don't drink.. any other suggestions are welcome.

My budget is about £200 total, can stratch a bit too.
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Where did you propose? Returning there if possible might be a popular move.

How about hiring a cottage for the weekend?
We've had good off-peak deals from http://www.cottages4you.co.uk/ before.

Alternatively you can get cheap deals on hotels at http://www.lastminute.com/ - if you book a "top secret" hotel (probably London only) you will get a good deal on a top class hotel:
http://www.lastminute.com/site/travel/hotels/deals/top-secret.html
If you search the net a bit you can usually work out which hotels are on offer by their descriptions!
#2
Spod
Where did you propose? Returning there if possible might be a popular move.

How about hiring a cottage for the weekend?
We've had good off-peak deals from http://www.cottages4you.co.uk/ before.

Alternatively you can get cheap deals on hotels at http://www.lastminute.com/ - if you book a "top secret" hotel (probably London only) you will get a good deal on a top class hotel:
http://www.lastminute.com/site/travel/hotels/deals/top-secret.html
If you search the net a bit you can usually work out which hotels are on offer by their descriptions!


proposed back in India, going back there. is simply not possible.. lol.. thats for great idea, but I don't know much about places in UK, can you please suggest me any nice place
#3
Belfast, get a cheap flight to the City Airport (not the International one), stay at the Stormont Hotel (or find one at Bangor with sea views, Bangor Bay or Marine Court) -hire a car and take a trip out to the Giants Causeway, fabulous scenery en-route and a wonderful place.
#4
Hi why not have a look on the travel lodge web page you can get some cheap hotels in all sorts of places even london and if you need transport national express coaches are doing some seats for £1.50 return per person to certian areas. Me and my partner have been to london and back by coach and stayed in travelodge royal scott in the centre of london for 1 night and it cost us £40!!! Then I got a buyone get one free theatre ticket to see we will rock you. Good Luck.
#5
Cotswolds is very pretty but a long way from Manchester and best in spring time.
Peak district and Lake district both have stunning views but 2nd week of march will be unpredictable weather.
Windermere and Coniston are very nice; particularly if the weather is fine - and the drive isn't too far (about 90 miles). The lakes are lovely:
http://www.english-lakes.com/images/wallpapers/1024_lake_windermere.jpg
http://www.english-lakes.com/lake_coniston.html
banned#6
whittlebury hall spa looks pretty good i am going to take my partner there soon
#8
Shark Girl
Belfast, get a cheap flight to the City Airport (not the International one), stay at the Stormont Hotel (or find one at Bangor with sea views, Bangor Bay or Marine Court) -hire a car and take a trip out to the Giants Causeway, fabulous scenery en-route and a wonderful place.


idea for bangor, sounds good to me...
#9
Would you be driving to get wherever?

If so, I can recommend the Oak Bank at Grasmere in the Lake District an easy drive from Manchester but far enough to be a proper break (not like the Peak District for instance which is too close).

It's a little over budget at £240 for 2 nights in a standard room, £270 for superior or £300 for a superior+/4 poster but these prices include an excellent dinner.

It's a lovely spot, absolutely ideal for a romantic break and fantastic if you like a spot of walking.

Have a look here http://www.lakedistricthotel.co.uk/index.html
#10
Edinburgh is a beautiful place with lots of lovely B&Bs, the tourist board can set you up or self catering. Only 4 hours by car from Manchester and a relatively simple road. Lots of free things to do too - Wander around the old and New town and marvel at the architecture; picnic in one of the many, easily accessible parks; window shop in Stockbridge, Morningside or Victoria Street; soak up the atmosphere in Rose Street or the Grassmarket and if it rains pop in to one of the FREE museums or Art Galleries. There are hundreds of cafes and restaurants to suit every taste and pocket. Lots of things which cost too - the Zoo, the castle, Holyrood Palace, ski-ing or ice skating, combine it with the rugby and watch a six nations game, Our Dynamic Earth, climbing at the largest indoor arena in Europe, the list is endless and all things are thoroughly recommended. You can't beat Edinburgh - oh ok, it's home!
#11
Shark Girl
Belfast, get a cheap flight to the City Airport (not the International one), stay at the Stormont Hotel (or find one at Bangor with sea views, Bangor Bay or Marine Court) -hire a car and take a trip out to the Giants Causeway, fabulous scenery en-route and a wonderful place.


NI is a great idea, Im from here so would know. Probably get good deal with bit of searching, hastings group have great hotels in several locations including belfast ,newcastle and derry. and superb places to visit like causeway and bushmills inn stunning for food never mind the whiskey tour, even if you dont drink. some great flight deals for that time of year or if near any ports even better.

Only problem here is rubbish drivers, very bad. otherwise could be superb spot. If ever come here pm me and can suggest places to visit for your age group. have fun.
#12
probably a bit childish but we are going on our anniversary to alton towers splash landings. The waterpark there is amazing...
#13
I just had a chat with her y.day.. regarding something else.. and found out.. that she is very much into beaches and all.. so i think i will take here somewhre close to beach.. so edinburgh is cancelled coz its abt half an hour from beaches, i m keen on to north walsh.. still cudnt fnd any good deal :(
#14
and a stupid quesiton, I am not British, so Do I need passport to go to Northen Irland, coz our passport just went for renewal.
#15
If travelling with FlyBe to Belfast City airport you will need one of the following:
[LIST]
[*]A valid passport
[*]An expired passport (can be used on domestic flights for up to two years after expiry)
[*]Valid photographic EU or Swiss national identity card
[*]Valid photographic driving licence
[*]Valid armed forces identity card
[*]Valid police warrant card/badge
[*]Valid airport employees security identity pass
[*]A child on parent’ s passport is an acceptable form of ID
[*]CitizenCard
[*]Valid photographic firearm certificate
[*]Valid Government-issued identity card
[*]SMART card
[*]Electoral identity card
[*]NUS cards photographic (National Union of Students)
[*]Photographic University/College ID card
[*]Company ID cards of Nationally recognised companies (photographic)
[*]Council issued bus pass (Senior Citizens only)
[*]Pension book (as only acceptable form of non-photographic identification)
[*]Young Scot Card[/LIST]
#16
only need photo id required by travel companies ferry and air as above. we have some stunning beaches and seaside towns though small but might need wooly jumper more than bikini. depends when going and how lucky are. eg.we didnt get more than a teaspoon of the snow that hit england recently.

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