Luxury Hotels in the UK

Luxury In the English Lakes

There are plenty of luxury hotels all over the UK, although some of the best are located in the Lake District, the largest and most popular of the UK's National Parks. The area is well known for its artistic and literary associations, and the spectacular scenery including over a dozen lakes and some of England's highest mountains. Many luxury hotels in lake district have restaurants attached to them, and are well known for their good food with an emphasis on fresh and local fare. Unfortunately the weather isn't always reliable in this part of the UK, although towns such as Ambleside, Keswick and Windermere offer plenty of shopping, along with cosy pubs and inviting tea rooms.

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If you are celebrating a special occasion or simply want a weekend away with that special someone, a romantic break at one of the UK's luxury hotels is the perfect choice.

Choosing the Perfect Hotel 

It's easier than ever to choose the perfect hotel for a romantic break for two, and various Internet sites allow you to compare amenities, rooms and of course the cost. If you are planning a luxury hotel break, you probably want luxury and some features to look for include an on site spa, room service, an excellent on site restaurant, and perhaps a jacuzzi in the room. Rates can vary widely depending on the property and location, the number of stars and the time of year you travel. It's worth looking for price reductions during the low season, as well as asking for any discounts you might qualify for such as senior citizen.

Other Areas

Other areas of Britain appeal to those looking for a romantic weekend away. Wales attracts millions of visitors each year with its scenery, dozens of castles and stately homes and its unique heritage and culture. It's easy to see why the Cotswolds are so popular too, with their rolling countryside and dozens of seemingly perfect villages and small towns. Just like the Lakes, this area also has more than its fair share of well regarded restaurants, as well as plenty of secluded hotels and bed and breakfast establishments. Other areas of the UK you may want to consider if you are planning a romantic weekend include the Irish countryside, the Yorkshire Dales, the Scottish Highlands and Edinburgh, and for those who want a taste of the city, London can be a wonderful romantic destination.