Treating our loved ones for Valentine’s Days seems to become more of a challenge every year. It is hard
to come up with something unique and as competitive as last year, especially when you have a great
imagination, and you want to surpass your own achievements. Well, look no further because at Best UK
Hotels we have four excellent ideas for you to use, adapt or ‘borrow’ as your own for next year’s
1. A Spa at the Kingsmills Hotel
The Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness is one of Scotland’s top destinations for Valentine’s Day. The Kingsmills
offers a spa day with all the trimming, as well as a deliciously prepared meal at the end of it. You can
truly celebrate Valentine’s Day in style with a trip to Inverness, taking your significant other on the
shopping spree of a lifetime.
2. Dinner at The Dunstane
Edinburgh is one of the most popular and romantic destination cities in the United Kingdom and where
better to spend a Valentine’s Day than there. Experience the beauty of the old cobbled streets, the
world class shopping and the wonders of the castle, as you stroll with your loved one along Princes
Street. The Dunstane Hotel is a short distance from the town centre and will offer you the ideal Valentine’s Day dining experience
where you can indulge yourselves in our Skerries restaurant.
3. The Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington
London is the setting for this beautiful 5-star trip to the Royal Garden Hotel. Set in the stunning
surroundings of the Kensington High Road and within a moment’s walk from the Kensington Palace
Gardens you can bring your loved one for a truly memorable day or shopping and dining.
4. Perfect days and Perfect Manors
Perfect Manors is the ideal location of choice with a beautiful selection of areas to decide on. Head to
the Highlands of Scotland for a getaway retreat break or stay in a mansion and experience life in the
slow lane and a weekend of luxury.
Of course, you can use your own ideas, but just in case you are stuck, feel free to use ours, and enjoy
your Valentine’s Day experience, wherever you end up!