Getting away for a holiday with your significant other is a great way to spend some quality time together, away from regular life and distractions. There are so many different places to go and ways to enjoy your holiday together! Here are some great ideas for you.
Hire a private lodge in the countryside to escape from the drag of working life. Lots of lodges come with luxurious facilities such as ensuite bathrooms, four poster beds and hot tubs in the garden. Enjoy time together watching the sunset, sipping on champagne, and relaxing in the warmth of the hot tub together.
For those who want hot tub breaks with a bit more of a lively feeling, some holiday parks offer hot tubs in their accommodation with evening entertainment, restaurants and daily activities included too. These can be good for young couples who want to enjoy letting their hair down a bit whilst they are away! A lot of holiday parks offer all inclusive packages so you can forget about the cost of going out, having meals and drinks.
Some activities which are popular with couples include walking together, going to museums and art galleries, taking part in classes or lessons and spending time relaxing. There are many places you can go to in the UK which offer a blend of relaxation and active holidaying, with some locations having on site facilities for you to enjoy.
Where in the UK should you go to enjoy your holiday together? It all depends on the type of holiday you want to have. For those who wish to escape the reality of life and the hubbub of a busy job, going away into the countryside will be a great choice. We have some lovely villages and small towns in the UK which are popular as holiday destinations. Try looking for a cottage or lodge in a rural area for a true break. If you prefer to go near a beach, there are plenty in the UK to choose from. Some are known as sandy beaches, other have pebbles. The vast majority of beaches in the UK are safe for swimming but do be sure to check if there are any warnings in place before you take a dip. Depending on the season, you can sometimes take your pet dog with you to a beach.
Managing your time while you are away can be a challenge, especially if you have a list of things you want to see and do. It is a good idea to relax a little while you are away, so try not to cram too much into each day. Choose your top thing you would like to do each day and stick to just one or two items off your list, so you are not rushing about. It is far better to enjoy doing not much at all than rushing and feeling stressed while you are on holiday! Writing a plan for each day before you go can help to take off some pressure and allow you to fully make the most of the time you have away.