It's always important to look for new and interesting ways to keep the spark alive in a relationship. Although you should most definitely rejoice in the little things together, having cute dinner dates, going for walks in pretty places in your area, and exchanging thoughtful gifts from time to time, these things can easily become monotonous if you don't break up your routine with something a little more spontaneous.
If you and your significant other are looking for a weekend break to leave you feeling rejuvenated and to switch things up a bit, here are a few UK destinations that are bound to leave both you and your partner feeling revitalised.
1. The Gainsborough Bath Spa
From its legendary beginnings encircling a thermal spring with waters that allegedly healed a swineherd prince to a grand Georgian playground that provided for commoners and regal alike, Bath has lasted for more than 2,000 years as a wellness and leisure destination.
Originally built in the 1800's, The Gainsborough Bath Spa is situated in two Grade II Listed buildings with distinguished Georgian and Victorian facades in the middle of the World Heritage Site. Named after the artist, Sir Thomas Gainsborough, the luxury hotel encircles Spa Village Bath. Uniquely, the spa has an exclusive privilege of being able to access the natural thermal, mineral-rich waters.
2. The World of Beatrix Potter, The Lake District
Wonderful, heart-warming stories of trouble and playfulness are commemorated at The World of Beatrix Potter, which is just minutes away from the Bowness ferry terminal. Prepare to immerse yourself into the beloved fantasy and discover why the scene is such an adored element of the Lake District tale.
3. Oxford River Cruise
Take in the captivating scenery on the River Thames in and around Oxford on one of the sightseeing river tours, private hire cruises or boat trips. A lot of the sightseeing tours cruise along the well-known University Regatta course from Folly Bridge though public boat trips are also available to the beautiful Port Meadow on the northern city outskirts. A private boat hire will let you explore the river at your own pace and get a breather from the hustle-bustle of the busy Oxford streets.
4. London Sky Garden
The Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street is a modern space for the public that stretches three storeys and provides 360 degree breathtaking views that span most of the City of London. Visitors can walk around the observation decks, beautifully landscaped gardens, and open air terrace, in what is firmly established as being London’s highest public garden.
In our opinion, there are few things more romantic than dinner at sunset, in a garden, and with an entire city as your backdrop. 😍