With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, we thought that it might be the perfect time to put together our list the most romantic views in Britain. With an abundance of beautiful national parks, forests, sea views, rivers and cliff edges to choose from, it was quite an undertaking, but here it is – UK views that’ll leave you speechless!
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The Cairngorms, Scotland
The Cairngorms are just about as spectacular as they come. If you want to learn more about this beautiful National Park, read our guide to the scenic Cairngorms here!
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A gothic favourite of ours here at Snaptrip. Whitby on the Yorkshire coast has some beautiful views out onto the North Sea as well as spectacular architecture that’ll transport you back into medieval times. Want know how to spend the perfect day in Whitby, read our spotlight here!
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Wales has one of the most awe inspiring coastlines in the world and Pembrokeshire is a natural haven for those looking to explore them. With turquoise waters lapping upon lush green hills, and beautiful harbours lined with sea-side restaurants, Pembrokeshire is a superb place to take a loved one this year. If you need more convincing, here’s our expert list of reasons to visit!
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A Cornish town packed full of character, Looe has some of the best views in the South West. It’s also home to the Monkey Sanctuary – a fun date spot – and the Talland Bay Beach, once well known as a landing spot for smugglers, and now a great place to get snuggly as you cosy up before the magnificent sea-views. Read our spotlight to this Cornish gem here!
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Woody Bay, Devon
Situated on the Exmoor coast (one of our favourite destinations to visit in winter) Woody Bay is a worthwhile destination on your tour of this beautiful National Park. With colourful and mossy coastal cliffs beaming down toward the cool waters, it’s a great place for a sunset picnic.
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Cheddar Gorge, Somerset
This impressive natural formation will have you and your partner practically gorging on cheese puns all weekend long. For a look at the UK’s most impressive gorges to take your better half, check out this guest blogger piece!
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Often underrated, Suffolk is incredibly beautiful and the lack of constant tourists makes it a great destination for some peace and (romantic) quiet. Lavenham is one of the UK’s most quaint medieval towns, home to wonderful art and literary festivals, as well as being the filming location for the Godric’s Hollow scenes in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1!
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Holy Island, Northumberland
The rugged Northumberland coastline is a great place for brisk walks, hand-in-hand as you take in all the stunning northern beauty around you. Holy Island in particular is a place of great history, but there are only small windows of opportunity to get to Holy Island due to the tides, so plan carefully!
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Mam Tor, Peak District
Some of the best walking in England, the Peak District is a great romantic destinations. Look out across the panoramas of vibrant green and experience the heights of Mam Tor, this 517m hill near Castleton. With wonderful pubs and eateries around the Tor, you can warm yourselves up with a cosy meal after you’ve completed the hike.
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The Garden of England also has some beautiful views and is a great choice for a weekend away from London. Bedgebury is a National Pinetum and Forest and full of fabulous trees and nature in all corners. They also have a Go Ape high ropes course – so you and your partner can test your teamwork!
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The midlands is often a neglected park of the country, but with views such as this, we are not really sure why!
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