Top 3 Romantic Breaks for Valentines Day with Days Inn UK

24 January 2013

Top 3 Romantic Breaks for Valentines Day with Days

The most romantic day of the year will soon be upon us and here at Days Inn UK, we thought we'd put together 3 of the best romantic breaks so you and your partner can celebrate in style. Whether you are looking for a relaxing break in the countryside, a weekend of outdoor pursuits or a stay that's packed full of enchantment and history, we have some fabulous locations to choose from.

Here are 3 great options for your getaway this Valentine’s Day:


Head to the stunning natural environment of the Lake District this Valentine's Day and enjoy a fairy-tale break with your partner. Our Days Inn Kendal hotel is situated to the south of the beautiful National Park and the major towns and villages of Windermere, Grasmere and Ambleside are a short drive away. Enjoy romantic walks amongst the dramatic mountains and picturesque lakes before warming up in front of an open fire in one of the cosy pubs. Discover the magnificent castle at Sizergh, catch a show at the Theatre by the Lake or why not take a bike ride around Grizedale Forest?


With its striking cathedral, mystical castle and quaint cobbled streets, this city is perfect for a romantic weekend for two. Staying at our hotel in Durham will put you within a ten minute drive to the city centre where you'll find all of the major attractions, shops and restaurants. Explore over a thousand years of history and see one of the most impressive city panoramas in Europe; the Durham Cathedral and Castle World Heritage Site that dominates the skyline. If you fancy a change of scenery, The North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is nearby - the ideal place for you and your loved one to enjoy some excellent walks.


Our Chester hotel is situated within easy reach of one of Britain’s greatest heritage cities. This exciting city boasts some amazing historical sights and a unique atmosphere, making it one of the most popular places for a short romantic break. Walk through the cobbled streets past the Tudor inspired black and white buildings, take a stroll on the famous city walls and marvel at the imposing cathedral before settling down for a delicious meal in one of the many cafes and restaurants. Make sure you book a visit to Chester Zoo whilst you’re here; the UK’s number one zoo has 8000 wonderful animals!

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