January 26, 2018
Small UK towns for Romantic getaways
Whether you’re planning a break from the office or university, winter is the ideal time to get out of the house and explore various destination spots. Winter travel can put up weekend getaways not too far from home in cold yet wonderful destinations for a journey you've been scheduling for a lifetime.
Plan your winter break; the below destinations can only do you some good!
Probably best known for its delicious and unique Pudding, Bakewell has various more tempting treats to offer – varying from specialist markets and shopping to special events and relaxing strolls.
This beautiful town is an attraction for visitors to the Peak District National Park. Being the biggest city in the park, it is situated near the best sceneries in the country. Its essential charms include lots of fine buildings, a magnificent village church, two interesting museums, a unique culinary treat, a famous agricultural show, lifestock and stall markets, and great shops. It’s surely the ideal place to visit during the winter break.
Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire
One of the most convincing aspects about Bradford on Avon is its exceptional position on the edge of the Cotswolds opposite the River Avon. The old bridge in the centre of the city is its natural focus. The bridge still holds two of its original 13th-century arches.
The historic sight from the main bridge joins the hill above the town. It is scattered with the old weavers' cottages and the river bank lined with the 19th-century past cloth mills.
Visiting Bradford on Avon means that you will get the best of everything. This includes canal, river, restaurants and inns, accommodation, shopping, and most of all a wonderful history that can be found at every turn.
The real beauty of a trip to Shrewsbury is its adaptableness. For all the loveliness of one of England’s best medieval towns, it’s the flowers you may find first. On top of that, they are everywhere. Or possibly you will be distracted by the interesting events taking place during the year or Shrewsbury's charming paved squares and alleys.
Either way you will soon notice that there’s more to Shrewsbury than just the black & white buildings. This city is full of finds to be discovered. You will equally be surprised by the excellent number of interesting, magnificent shops that makes Shrewsbury’s shopping so different during the winter break.
Don’t forget to stroll down to the Quarry Park. There, you will be able to watch the world go by while enjoying a coffee or tea by the river. Shrewsbury is the perfect place from which to explore the historic sites of Ironbridge Gorge and the museums. This place is a must-see especially during the winter break.
Spoil your loved one with a romantic winter break from these three beautiful suggestions. It can be incredibly dreamy with many stunning little hideaways, and beauty spots from these locations. Whichever you choose, you can be certain to have a great and memorable time.