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You and your partner can enjoy a relaxing and romantic getaway with a night's stay at one of ten wonderful UK hotels. With accommodation in a comfortable double room and breakfast included in the morning, each of these delightful retreats offers a charming combination of comfort, class and tranquillity. Youre sure to enjoy the time spent together, whichever venue you choose.
Venue: Staffordshire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire (Midlands) North Yorkshire, Tyne and Wear (North) Surrey, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire (South East) Bristol (South West)
Upon arrival at your choice of ten different UK properties, you will be shown to the room that will be yours for the duration of your stay. Each hotel offers a fantastic blend of charm and comfort, as well as a delicious breakfast included prior to check out. You may choose from the following locations:
Himley House Hotel (Staffordshire) This 17th getaway is set among three acres of private grounds and is surrounded by breathtaking countryside.
Ravensworth Arms (Gateshead) Steeped in history, this delightful retreat features stunning d?r and an intimate atmosphere.
The Castle Hotel (Leicestershire) A fantastic farmhouse full of character and historical charm.
The Kings Head (North Yorkshire) Situated in the Market Square of a gorgeous Georgian town, this hotel is surrounded by natural beauty.
The Wheatsheaf (Surrey) A truly luxurious 18th century haven boasting stunning lake views.
Greswolde Hotel (Bristol) A former coaching inn boasting historic elegance and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
The Old Mill (Warwickshire) A wonderful converted watermill set just moments from the idyllic River Sowe.
Ethorpe Hotel (Buckinghamshire) A Georgian-style getaway offering luxurious accommodation, this hotel is surrounded by exciting attractions.
The Two Brewers (Hertfordshire) A picturesque rural retreat offering stunning views and a truly tranquil atmosphere.
Dog and Partridge (Staffordshire) A charming 14th century building steeped in history and offering classic comfort.