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Fabulous getaways to book for Valentine’s Day

Date: 25 Jan 2023

Silvia Ricciardi

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, here is a selection of romantic stays to book, choosing from sunshine breaks, fairytale escapes and cosy boltholes.

Glenapp Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland 

With February around the corner and Valentine’s Day fast approaching, here is a selection of romantic getaways to book from around the world. Choosing from sunshine breaks, fairytale escapes, and cosy boltholes, these hotels offer bespoke packages for a romantic weekend to spend together.

Romantic Sunshine Break with Dolce Sitges 

With 300 days of sunshine a year and spectacular views of the sea and the town of Sitges, Dolce Sitges is a true oasis of Mediterranean luxury. The hotel’s surrounding seascapes provide beautiful shades of blue turquoise. Consequently, this marine atmosphere inspires the textures of each of the 263 rooms and suites, as well as Dolce Sitges’ exclusive restaurants and designer bars. Guests can savour the essence of the Mediterranean through a tribute to local, seasonal produce.

For a romantic getaway this Valentine’s day, guests can enjoy the ‘Oasis Love’ package. It comprises of a relaxing massage, romantic three-course dinner and an in room bottle of cava, all included. On February 11th and February 14th, the hotel is putting on a special Valentine’s Day menu. Highlights include: Foie ravioli with creamy porcini sauce and black truffle pearls, beef tenderloin with café de Paris sauce, calçots and pumpkin puree, and strawberries with chocolate and roses for desert.

HOW: Dolce Sitges’ Oasis Love package starts from €177 per night. For more information visit www.dolcesitges.com

A Fairytale Escape to Glenapp Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland 

Glenapp Castle is a 21-bedroom luxurious castle hotel tucked away on the breath-taking Ayrshire coast, Scotland. The castle is hidden away in 110 acres of stunning gardens and woodland. In addition, the many turrets and crenellations make it the perfect fairytale-like setting.

Couples can spend their evenings immersing themselves in some spectacular stargazing. In addition, they can also enjoy a special Glenapp ‘tiddly’ hot chocolate, cosy blankets, night binoculars and hand warmers – a dreamy experience.

Glenapp Castle is also offering a special All you need is love! offer this Valentine’s Day. This includes two nights accommodation in one of the hotel’s magnificent castle suites. Other additions are a bottle of Champagne, a delicious cream tea, a candlelit three course dinner and a rose petal turndown on one evening.

HOW: Guests can experience the ‘’All you need is Love’’ offer from £199 per person per night. T&C’s are able to be viewed on the website, here www.glenappcastle.com 

A Cosy British Bolthole at The Bradley Hare, Wiltshire 

The Bradley Hare is a cosy country inn. It is situated in the beautiful village of Maiden Bradley in southwest Wiltshire. Located on the Duke of Somerset’s Estate, The Bradley Hare has twelve homely and unique bedrooms. Seven are in the main house and a further five in the Coach House.

Couples can expect a really romantic and stylish stay here. James Thurstan Waterworth, ex-European Design Director for Soho House, has overseen the interiors. Each bedroom promises to be unique with 18th & 19th century antique furniture. Furthermore, they all include distinctive fabrics repurposed and used for the headboards. Some of the bedrooms in the main house will feature English traditional wallpaper. Conversely, the five bedrooms in the Coach House will feature slightly larger bedrooms with more pared back and tranquil interiors. All of the rooms will offer guests those sought-after home from home comforts. Some with vast elegant freestanding baths and all with sumptuous beds and linens, fit for a duke or duchess.

HOW: Weekend rates will start from £150 per room per night including breakfast. For more information visit www.thebradleyhare.co.uk/ 

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