The UK’s Most Romantic Roadtrip Destinations 2022
Updated: Jan 23
A romantic getaway this Valentine’s could be just what the doctor ordered. Let’s Go Camper Hire has you covered; we have researched some of the most romantic destinations in the UK, perfect for you and your loved one to spend some quality time reconnecting.
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Romantic village Bourton-on-the-Water is one of the most popular destinations in the Cotswolds.
The Cotswolds really is magical, with eight hundred square miles of undulating hills and lush fields and sprinkled with the cutest fairy-tale villages. Pack a picnic and head to the remarkable Cotswold Way National Trail for an afternoon (or multiple day) excursion. Has the weather let you down? No problem - stop off for a spot of lunch in one of the snug pubs dotted around the landscape, and snuggle up by the fireplace instead.
Thanks to its beautiful surroundings, the Scottish capital draws honeymooners from all around the world. There is so much to do in Edinburgh, including shopping in one of the many eclectic boutiques, dining in swanky restaurants, watching a live Scottish gig, doing a tour of a beautiful castle and much more! For an extra hit of romance, plan your visit to Edinburgh Castle for early evening and look out over the panoramic view of Carlton Hill as the sunsets, utterly dreamy!
Thermae Bath Spa
For the ultimate spa break, Bath hits the spot! Spend the weekend exploring the beautiful historic city, and be sure not to miss the Royal Crescent on your travels. This late 18th-century, 500-foot-long crescent of iconic terrace houses is a must-see. It borders the perfectly groomed Royal Victoria Park, ideal for a romantic stroll before heading to the Thermae Bath Spa for some pampering and relaxation. The Spa is a gorgeous place for a romantic day/evening, with an array of treatments and facilities at your fingertips, including a rooftop pool, thermal baths, and relaxing steam rooms, bliss.
Durdle Door, Dorset
Romantic Sunset at Durdle Door, Dorset
Golden beaches, turquoise sea and a dramatic limestone arch set within the sea make for a pretty romantic setting! Durdle Door lies in South Dorset and is part of the 20-square-mile Lulworth Estate. Long cliff walks, cosy country pubs, picturesque villages, and lots of stunning beaches make this part of England perfect for a romantic getaway.
Isle of Skye, Scotland
Mealt Waterfall and Kilt Rock
Think lush valleys, mountains, sparkling waters and probably the most romantic scenery you've ever seen, and that's the Isle of Skye! It's an idyllic retreat for couples who love the great outdoors with hiking and walking trails on your doorstep. Portree is the Isle of Skye's main town and definitely worth a visit with pretty pastel waterfront cottages, winding roads, adorable shops and a beautiful harbour.
For an extra romantic day out, take a trip to the Fairy Pools and try your hand at wild swimming. Visit the Mealt Waterfall, known for the unique whistle sound made by its stunning turquoise waters cascading 51 metres down the rockface; you’ll hear it before you see it. The sound is similar to a bagpipe’s mesmerising tunes and certainly will have you falling in love with this island.