The sorts of places made for moonlight and music, some hotels really are made for romance. So from four poster beds to beautiful views, decadent dinners to country walks, rich histories of love through the ages and picturesque buildings with spiral staircases, these are the hotels to head to with loved ones. Amongst the collection there’s even an island hotel for the ultimate getaway. Here are the Good Hotel Guide’s top 10 romantic hotels.
Editor's Choice 2019 Romantic Hotels
Editor’s Choice Romantic Hotels
Hartwell House - £98 Per Person National Trust Anniversary Break Special Offer
Pen-y-Dyffryn - Up to 25% Discount & Complimentary Afternoon Tea Special Offer
Glenapp Castle - Seven nights for the price of six 'seventh heaven' special offer
\n","summary_3":"Theatrical bedrooms set the scene for seduction at this Palladian-villa. There\u2019s the opulent Red Room, with Jacobean four-poster bed; Opium with free-standing bath; exotic Fantouche and Venetian murals in Seagull and Boudoir.
\n","summary_4":"A mansion in the New Forest, a stellar clientele, sublime Italian food \u2013 could you get more romantic? Apparently, yes. Lime Wood now has \u2018the UK\u2019s sexiest bedroom\u2019, a cabin cantilevered over a small lake with a private island and alfresco bath and wood-burning stove. ","summary_5":"In raffish Notting Hill of rom-com fame, this wacky boutique hotel offers everything for couples, from \u2018cosy doubles\u2019 with exotic murals to \u2018signature rooms\u2019, one with circular bed, another with a
\nfour-poster from Hampton Court Palace.
\n","summary_6":"Louis XVIII paid \u00a3500 a year to house his court in exile at this sublime mansion in an Arcadian landscape. For a little less you can spend two nights in a Royal Four- Poster room filled with paintings and antiques.","summary_7":"Lady Anne Dick, former chatelaine of this 16th-century mansion, scandalised polite Edinburgh society with her \u2018coarse\u2019 verses and cross-dressing, and there is still something deliciously louche about all
\nthe swags and velvets and sumptuousness here.
\n","summary_8":"For Jane Austen Brighton was a \u2018scene of dissipation and vice\u2019. So much the better for an amorous weekend! Sybarites choose a room with a freestanding bath in the floor-to-ceiling window, at this Regency hotel with sea-facing cocktail bar. ","summary_9":"Long walks in tranquil countryside, tea by a blazing log fire, a bedroom with a double spa bath or private stone-walled patio\u2026 This small hotel close to the Welsh border offers a perfect getaway \u00e0 deux. ","total":25,"notpage":"false","return_count":false}