Posted by Tom Wilkins on Wed 8th August 2007 at 02:42 AM, Filed in Romantic Breaks
Having done a fair amount of travelling on my lonesome I can honestly say that whilst the initial thought of it is really daunting, it’s possibly the best decision I ever made. I went a very shy fella and came back with friends for life… and a couple of romances under my belt! You’ll actually discover alot about yourself and come back feeling utterly fulfilled.
Taking a friend along is fine, but strangers tend to keep their distance more if you are with someone else, especially if they are of the opposite sex. I’d challenge anyone to go travelling alone and not come back with any friends.
The travel market has definitely cottoned onto the increasing amount of singles going off on their own and have actually introduced ‘hooking up’ with someone within the holiday.
There’s nothing fishy about this place, Anglers Paradise based in the heart of England’s most beautiful county, Devon, is exactly what it says it is.
An absolute home from home for fisherman and fisherwomen alike. With 37 romantic, fully equipped villas and a series of bars and entertainment facilities, it’s a fully kitted out holiday centre. Even if you aren’t a fisherman you’ll still love it here.
Every villa is unique in its own way with an endless collection of vintage and highly collectable fishing memorabilia spread throughout.
Villa views are mostly over the lakes of which there are plenty to choose, you will be in paradise the moment you get your rod out!
If you love great wine combined with the English countryside, and a tickle of romance, then you can’t find better than the Three Choirs Vineyard Estate and Hotel.
This hub of romance is England’s leading and most awarded, single estate vineyard combining 75 acres of lush vineyard. Go for the tour during the day, then get yourself a room overlooking the vine clad valley below. You can check availability and place your booking online at three-choirs-vineyards.co.uk.
Once you’ve done some tasting you get the opportunity to savor the moment and buy more booze in the shop if you want!
I’ve listed what you get for the wine tasting break below, but if you want more information then there is loads on their website.
I stumbled upon the most fantastic sounding adventure earlier. It surely has to rate as one of THE most romantic things to do in North America. It involves sitting on your own rail dome car and being taken through the Rockies taking in that breathtaking beauty and views.
I sounds amazing but like all things amazing, it aint cheap! It would make perfect proposal scenario if you are thinking of popping the question.
I’m 26, he’s going to be a young 40. We’ve been together six and a half years, but because we’re getting married in August 2007 the budget’s tight and I can’t really be spending that much for his actual birthday, but I want to do something really special .... We both like eating out and films, looking round different places when we go away on holiday ... both like holidaying. We’re based in Bristol and his birthday’s on monday 8th January .... you’re probably going to need more details ... I just need help!!!
Please & Thank you.