Boy meets girl. Boy meets boy. Girl breaks up with boy, decides to change it up, and watches Love Actually for the 20th time – in July. If you’re feeling romantic, escape to some of the most relaxing, picture perfect spots across the pond. Ocean views, log fires, enchanted gardens – here are the most British Famous places to rediscover love.
The Scarlet Hotel (Cornwall, England)
A luxury eco hotel just for grown-ups, The Scarlet Hotel overlooks Mawgan Porth's bay in Cornwall. The rooms are arranged over five levels, offering views over gardens, cliffs, beach, and sea.
Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa (Devon, England)
Situated on the south coast of Devon (in southwest England), the Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa features a coastal retreat spa, private cinema, and waterside restaurant with wide outdoor terraces.
Llangoed Hall (Llyswen, Brecon, Powys, Wales)
Llangoed Hall is a wonderfully elegant and historic country house hotel situated in the beautiful Wye Valley in the heart of the Welsh countryside. It offers the quintessential Edwardian country house experience.
Cameron House (West Dunbartonshire, Scotland)
A stunning, Scottish Baronial mansion on the banks of Loch Lomond, the five-star Cameron House features 128 bedrooms, four restaurants, 18-hole Championship golf course, and a luxury resort spa.
Dormy House (Cotswolds, England)
One of the most beloved hotels in the Cotswolds, Dormy House is a rural retreat with fabulous views. From cozy corners, to log fires and sumptuous interiors, Dormy House is renowned for its personal service and luxuriously laid-back atmosphere.
The Gainsborough Bath Spa (Bath, England)
The luxury Gainsborough Bath Spa hotel is set above Spa Village Bath and exclusive access to the naturally heated mineral-rich waters. Paying homage to its colorful Georgian and Victorian history, the hotel is designed to be welcoming, elegant, vibrant, and social.
Lucknam Park (Wiltshire, England)
Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa offers country house living at its very best. Explore the 500 acres of parkland on horseback, unwind with a range of spa treatments, or perfect your cooking skills at The Cookery School.
The Gleneagles Hotel (Perthshire, Scotland)
A magnificent, countryside estate in the heart of Scotland with three championship golf courses, an award-winning spa, and the only restaurant in Scotland to hold two Michelin stars.
Gilpin Hotel & Lake House (Lake District, England)
Originally built in 1901, the family-owned Gilpin Hotel blends the old and new to give a timeless balance near Lake Windermere. Every room is different, including its three dining rooms, which provoke interest and the sense of a journey, as you wander through the hotel.
Old Course Hotel (St. Andrews, Scotland)
Bordering the renowned 17th Road Hole at St. Andrews, the Old Course Hotel overlooks the famous links, the West Sands Beach and the beautiful Scottish coastline.
Coombeshead Farm (Cornwall, England)
Set amongst 66 acres of meadows, woodland, and oak-lined streams, Coombeshead Farm is a joint venture by chefs Tom Adams and April Bloomfield. The informal guesthouse and dining room offers farmhouse comforts and isolation in the heart of Cornwall’s rural countryside.
Posted in Outdoors