Romantic Break Ideas

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Having decided that you want to have a romantic getaway, you are now faced with the challenge of deciding where to go. Scotland offers loads of great locations to spend a long weekend or a midweek romantic break.

Killin

Kilin is a small village that is wonderfully located for walking trips. There are loads of outdoor activities in the area, including wildlife spotting. The village is at the Falls of Dochart and near the intersection Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve, Loch Lomand and The Trossachs National Park. So there is no lack of natural beauty to enjoy with your special someone.

There are some great places to eat in the village itself so you don’t need to venture far unless you want to. Killin Hotel offers some cosy accommodation include a four-poster-bed room option.

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a vibrant city. It offers lots of activities for couples to enjoy together. For example, instead of just buying chocolates, why not make some at the Chocolatarium, or have a tasting experience at Coco Chocolate.

There are also fine dining options aplenty, with loads of restaurants and hotels to choose from. You can take a romantic stroll along the Ware of Leith or make a trip to the seaside. There is so much to choose from that you have no chance of getting bored on a short getaway.

Just a mile from the city centre is Glenalmond Guest House. This four-star bed and breakfast gives you a luxury base for your romantic getaway. It’s one of many great options for staying in the city.

Pitlochry

Pitlochry is a picturesque and peaceful locale in the Highlands of Perthshire. The surroundings gorgeous, and there is a surprisingly large amount to do. If your idea of a romantic getaway includes plenty of adrenaline, then you can go bungee jumping, quad biking or river rafting. If you want something a little more relaxing, you can tour the gin and whisky distilleries that dot the area. When it comes to food and drink, there are plenty of great options to choose from.

East Haugh Hotel is a hotel with a turret. If that’s not reason enough for a stay, then why not ask for one of their four-poster rooms? Knockendarroch Hotel is a luxurious four-star hotel, with panoramic views out over Pitlochry.

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