There are times when just the two of you have to get away and spend some special time together. Take a look at some of the UK’s most romantic settings - with love from Holiday Inn.
The sun setting behind the castle, the evocative meandering of the Old Town’s cobbled streets, the refined Georgian grace of the New Town’s crescents and squares ... Edinburgh is perfect for simply wandering with someone special - especially when you can break off at any point for a relaxed meal, a restoring drink or a little city-centre shopping.
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Old meets new here in a unique ambience that mixes the Roman, the Anglo Saxon, the Viking and the Tudor with irresistibly off-centre mediaeval buildings, age-old winding streets and an awe-inspiring Minster - all existing happily side-by-side with 21st-century shopping, an enviable cafe culture and the idyllic riverside.
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A special meal, a West End show, a stroll through Regents Park, a coffee in an Italian cafe, a boat trip along the Thames, a breathtaking view over the city from the London Eye - amid the bustle of the metropolis you’ll find moments of magic that add a touch of romance to any visit.
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Show your special person how special they really are: do what the Queen does and spend a few days in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. A thousand years of history give Windsor a sense of royal tradition, yet enchanting streets and centuries-old buildings house shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes offering the best of today amid the charm of yesterday.
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Jane Austen’s world of fashionable society, understated emotion and elegant architecture comes to life in a city that spreads itself before you like the film set for a Georgian classic romance. Amble along the Royal Crescent, take tea the Pump Rooms accompanied by a string quartet, enjoy a show at the exquisite Theatre Royal - and simply soak up the atmosphere of a more civilised age.
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Another opportunity for you and your partner to follow in royal footsteps. Leamington is a new town - a regency new town, that is. The spacious tree-lined avenues, white stucco buildings and delicate ironwork sprang up around the spa waters discovered in the early 19th century. Granted royal status in Victoria’s time, it’s now a graceful mix of classic style and modern comfort.
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