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Catbells Lakeland Walk in the Lake District could be the most romantic place in the UK to propose, according to a new study.
The region is one of the most popular stargazing spots in the UK and could be the perfect backdrop for loved-up couples in search of a romantic post-lockdown getaway.
Motorhome and campervan rental platform, Camptoo, provide the ultimate romantic list for couples to check out post-lockdown:
Catbells Lakeland Walk – Lake District
The Catbells walk is rated as the most popular walk for loved-up duos on TripAdvisor and could be the first place to check out for couples when the travel restrictions are limited, with over 100 available to pitch up with your Camptoo campervan. The route offers beautiful views of the adjacent Derwentwater Lake and that could be the place to be when the sun sets.
South Stack Lighthouse – Llanddwyn Island
Situated on the Llanddwyn Island on the west coast of Wales, South Stack Lighthouse is another popular location for couples. Standing a wonderfully picturesque figure against the vast Irish sea, it could be the perfect place to be when the sun sets on a wonderful view.
The Cobb – Lyme Regis
Next on the list, we come to The Cobb, Dorset. With well over 1,000 reviews, The Cobb is a highly-rated and popular destination for couples with some of the most romantic beach walks the UK has to offer. Being part of the well-renowned Jurassic Coastline, couples could spend hours exploring the scenic views of Cobb Beach.
Rothiemurchus – Cairngorms
Located in the heart of Scotland’s largest and wonderfully preserved national park, Cairngorms, Rothiemurchus is truly one of the most unique places to visit in the UK. One of the many attractions is a 13th-century island castle, which is still standing strong in the middle of Loch an Eilean.
Palladian Bridge – Bath
Sticking with the theme of striking historical architecture, next we come to Palladian Bridge in Bath. The bridge, built in the 18th century, is positioned within Prior Park and owned by the National Trust, meaning its natural beauty will be preserved. Well over 800 TripAdvisor reviews mean this is certainly not a landmark to be missed, and with the stunning scenic environment surrounding, Palladian Bridge provides an excellent option for any couples looking for a late Valentine’s Day getaway.
Bracklinn Falls – Loch Lomond
No romantic destinations list would be complete without Loch Lomond getting a mention and our study shows Bracklinn Falls as the ideal spot. It has a 4.5 rating from 729 reviews and is second only to its Scottish neighbour Rothiemurchus for the number of peak stargazing minutes (in February) on our list. If you like the sound of bright stars and the tranquillity of the gushing waterfalls, then this is the place for you and your loved one. There are just 11 campsites in the area, meaning Bracklinn Falls offers one of the most remote getaways for couples looking for a late, post-lockdown Valentine’s Day.
Cader Idris – Snowdonia
Standing just shy of 1000m, you’ll need to pack hiking boots for a trip to Calder Idris. However, the stunning scenery, crystal clear lake and views of the stars from the top make it well worth the trip. Plus with 123 campsites nearby, there’s no excuse for you and your partner to miss out on a romantic trip once the travel measures have been relaxed.
Rhinefield Ornamental Drive – New Forest
One of the most southern locations on our list, Rhinefield Ornamental Drives wonderful, Tolkien-esque forest landscapes are a sight to behold. Stargazing and forests go hand in hand, so you won’t want to miss out on the astronomical views on offer. Due to its location, Rhinefield Ornamental Drive is not the best place on the list if you want to star-gaze – it has fewer minutes than anywhere else – but with 46 campsites in the area, you’re never too far away and it could be the perfect spot to take your Camptoo campervan for a post-lockdown break.
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