From cosmopolitan cities to quiet country villages, Great Britain offers a cocktail of contemporary style, bohemian splendour and ancestral intrigue and plenty of rooms for romance. Whether your choosing a gay honeymoon destination, or a romantic weekend away, you have to make sure the place you choose to stay ticks all your boxes!
You may want your stay to have every amenity imaginable so that you never have to leave the comfort of its walls, or you may want to choose somewhere that’s got plenty to offer in the local area so that you can get out and explore it together; and, of course, you’ll want great food and drink.
We recommend the following Rooms for Romance:
Duke of Portland Boathouse – a 17th century boathouse with the most magical view. Lake District, Cumbria. Self catering. From £195/night. [Review link: https://deuxmessieurs.com/?p=2551 ]
Burgh Island – Brooding like a grand cruise liner off the coast, art deco hotel Burgh Island oozes romance. One of history’s greatest romantic couples – Edward Windsor and Wallace Simpson – used to escape to Burgh Island for long afternoons. On the Devon coast. Hotel. From £400/night (inclusive of dinner) [Review link: https://deuxmessieurs.com/?p=372 ]
Strattons – exquisite food, beautiful setting and amazing rooms. You won’t ever want to check out. In rural Norfolk. Hotel. From £155/night (deals often available) [Review link: https://deuxmessieurs.com/?p=467 ]