With grand palaces, secluded forests and dramatic coastline to explore hand-in-hand, love is in the air all year round in England, not just on Valentine’s Day. Why not plan a loved-up escape whatever the season, suggests Danielle Jones.
Hop on a train from Harrogate and cross the towering Nidd Viaduct before exploring the cobbled streets of Knaresborough below.
Escape the hustle and bustle in this tiny Cornish village. Stroll along the beach hand-in-hand or head out and explore Falmouth for the day.
Northumberland is filled with castles, and this fortress, in particular, is a hotel fit for your lord or lady.
This rugged trail is the ideal backdrop for any romantic getaway with its carpets of heather and dramatic coastline.
Spoil your lover with an amble around the grand gardens and Monkey Forest, before treating them to something new at the shopping village.
Even if you don’t believe the legend of Robin Hood and Maid Marian, the magical setting of Sherwood Forest is sure to transport you to your own fairytale.
With its imposing chalk cliffs, Freshwater Bay is a remote but nonetheless gorgeous spot for a loved-up getaway on the Diamond Isle.
Cumbria is renowned for its vast stretches of glassy waters, and Buttermere is no exception. Here you can stand on the shore and gaze out with your love.
With its baroque design, war romance and Italianate gardens, Blenheim Palace is a blissful setting for a romantic escape.
Take it slow on a journey along the River Cam in one of its famous punts; a vessel built for lovers.
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