This romantic hideaway is perfect if you want your own spot of luxury in some of the ‘most English’ countryside in England. No 1 Rose Cottage is found among the rolling hills of South Lakeland, just four miles from the renowned Lake Windermere. This is famous writer territory – with no less than children’s writer Beatrix Potter and poet William Wordsworth inspired by the area – and when you arrive you will understand why.
Moon Shadow in Cornwall is only a short hop from the coast so your feet can be in the sand mere minutes after stepping out of your front door. It’s an ideal retreat for anyone who likes to finish their days with romantic walks by the sea. This stylish retreat caught our eye, with its white wooden beams and ocean inspired designs. The cottage has a luxurious and decadent feel, ideal for a relaxing few days away in St. Ives. Dog friendly.
We think the Cotswolds is one of England’s most charming destinations and this retreat is just the right combination of authentic thatched rural cottage and luxury modern hideaway. Yarrow Cottage sleeps up to four, so it’s a spacious place for a couple, and also suitable for a small family. The log burning stove downstairs, the giant copper roll top bathtub upstairs and the rolling hills outside all make this a memorable place to stay. It’s an easy hop from London, Oxford or Bristol by train, and if you are looking for a break from a city then this is a great choice. Dog friendly.
The Rose and Crown is an 18th century coaching inn set on the middle of three village greens in the picture postcard village of Romalkirk in the picturesque Teesdale valley. The Rose and Crown is, as The Sunday Telegraph phrased it, ‘seriously snug’ with its panelled walls, cosy sitting room, plenty of books and magazines, old prints and a crackling fire in the dog grate.
This little gem is the ideal retreat for luxury time in the South West. Stable Cottage provides a real home from home – with your own fully enclosed garden complete with private hot tub – a stone’s throw from some of the best sights Devon has to offer. Dog friendly.
Now this is what we call super romantic! How about a gorgeous restored Dutch barge moored at one of Suffolk’s loveliest small towns for your next romantic break? Complete with beautiful bespoke joinery and an open cockpit to relax, this barge has everything for a very special romantic getaway. Dog friendly.
Originally built to provide power to Ellary Estate, the Turbine House has recently been converted to provide luxury accommodation for couples in a romantic setting. Relax on the comfy sofas in the open plan lounge / kitchen with large patio doors or take in the scenery from a spacious decking area with views of the stream and the Loch in the distance. There is a comfortable bedroom and high spec bathroom giving this cottage a real sense of luxury.
After reading rave reviews about the food, atmosphere and service at The Baron at Bucknell we knew we just had to include it. And with the newly built Garden Rooms this hidden gem becomes a destination in its own right. Each Garden Room is privately positioned and has its own large hot tub. To top it all off you can enjoy a refreshing dip in the new natural swimming pool - a real show stopper!
With uninterrupted views of the sea loch and mountains beyond, Hill Cottage offers stunning self-catering accommodation in one of the UK’s most breathtaking settings. This is self-catering indulgence at its best and provides you with the highest standard of luxury accommodation. It features two baths – both designed to accommodate two people – one of which is outdoors on the secluded patio area overlooking the sea.
Relax up above the forest floor at this treetop retreat. Tinkers Treehouse is a romantic getaway spot where you can sleep in among the leaves, sip your wine on your own balcony, and enjoy the comfort of luxury in the Sussex countryside. We think it’s a brilliant mix for couples who want a slice of nature served with comfort.
Broadoaks Country House is nestled in the leafy Troutbeck valley which meanders its way to Lake Windermere. Set far enough off the beaten track to feel a million miles away but within a few minutes of Windermere and Ambleside, this hotel offers easy access to all the Lakes has to offer but provides you with the peace and quiet you need to really relax.
You know you must be in a relaxing place when your toughest decision of the day is which flavour ice cream to choose. That is what it’s like in the historic coastal town of Boscastle, and this luxury fisherman’s cottage, with romantic wood burning stove and peaceful views, is a great place for a romantic retreat. It’s pet friendly too.
Seclusion, privacy and luxury; this is Woodpeckers. Surrounded by 35 acres of lakes, gardens and woodland, you’ll struggle to find a lodge like it. With its large hot tub, whirlpool bath, jacuzzi shower and your very own rowing boat this romantic bolthole makes for a perfect Devon honeymoon retreat or short break getaway. On top of all this you will be greeted on arrival by Champagne and flowers.
This cosy cabin for two is hidden off the beaten track, beside one of Cornwall’s most romantic bays. The Lobster Pot is tucked by the tiny coastal village of Porthcothan and offers guests a true retreat, and an ideal location for exploring the many hidden coves and sandy stretches of the southern shoreline.
We love quaint harbour hideaways and fresh walks by the sea – and this romantic retreat offers the best of both worlds. The Abbey Stables is tucked away in a quiet conservation area, a stone’s throw from the harbour-side in atmospheric Penzance, yet only a couple of minutes walk to Chapel Street, with its electic mix of shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and cafes. If you fancy a car free holiday, it is a 5 minute walk to the train and bus station too.
This is an elegant and romantic cottage for a couple who want to explore Mersea Islands wonderful Nature reserves and enjoy a beautiful cottage with a cosy fire - you are on a farm that stretches down to the salt marsh nature reserves where seals bask.
Our Honeymooners Favourite. Since 1720 The Bakery provided bread for the old Grove Farm, now it is converted into an extremely cosy self-contained cottage. It has a very cosy open fire which you can sink back into the comfy sofa and watch as the ducks in the Orchard peck at the French doors for bread.
Mint Cottage is a fabulous old Weavers Cottage in a beautiful tiny village. It sleeps a couple in luxury. The Historic Building dates from the 16th century and is located in the tiny historic village of Lavenham. This village is a truly amazing place to visit and is probably the last unspoilt medieval village in England. Mint Cottage has many period features – beautiful broad oak floor boards, ancient beamed arched rooms and old brickwork. On top of that Mint Cottage has just been awarded the Coveted Rose Award for going ‘that Extra Mile’ to provide excellent customer service.
This retreat is a real escape. Head to The Little Barn and you can enjoy complete tranquillity, hidden in the sleepy hamlet of Hurst. It’s a great destination if you want a romantic hideaway with no distractions from the internet, mobile phones, traffic and city bluster – instead, you’ll find the sweeping moorlands of Yorkshire, the historic town on Richmond, fresh air by the gallon and a myriad walking and cycling routes.
Find the perfect hot tub break in Cornwall’s Poldark country. Rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, hidden coves and ancient woodland are all on your doorstep when you stay at The Dovecote in Lamorna Cove. And we think it’s going to be pretty hard to beat these stunning sea views from your very own private hot tub. A perfect last minute escape or romantic honeymoon cottage in Cornwall.