Romantic days out in Wales

Wales is a land of romance - you'll find it in our rich heritage of poetry and song, our myths and legends, and in our breath-taking landscape. Let our special places stir your heart, and inspire precious together-time with a loved one.

Victoria sandwich cake and strawberries

Taste the food of love 

Woo your special person with a sumptuous, old fashioned lunch or afternoon tea at one of our homes and gardens. At Bodnant, complete your stroll through the breath-taking gardens with a tete-a-tete in the tearoom.

The Round House, The Kymin, Monmouth, Wales

Discover a lovers' retreat 

The 18th century hilltop house at The Kymin was a rendezvous for lovers Lord Nelson and Emma Hamilton. Explore acres of pleasure grounds overlooking the beautiful Wye Valley with your sweetheart. From April the elegant house is open to visitors (dare we say...it's a wedding venue too.)

Group photo of servants at Erddig taken in 1912

Rekindle an old romance  

Walk in the romantic footsteps of servant sweethearts Lucy Hitchman and Ernest Jones, who worked at Erddig just before the First World War. They fell in love and took strolls around the park on their afternoons off. Today you can retrace their favourite walk.

Reception Room at Moryn cottage Porthdinllaen, Llŷn Peninsula

Find a love nest by the sea 

Whisk your loved one away from the hustle and bustle of the world. Take your pick of cosy cottages on Llyn Peninsula where you can wake up to the sound of the sea, or hunker down in the old gardener's cottage at Plas yn Rhiw manor.

An orchid in the glasshouse

Explore a sensory garden 

Immerse yourselves in the sensory delights of a garden. At the elegant, Edwardian Dyffryn Gardens walk hand in hand through grand vistas and intimate spaces. Let a wander through the glasshouse of exotic flowering plants transport you to romantic, faraway places.

Sunset from the Blue Lagoon

Sunsets, sunrises and stars 

Spend some quality time enjoying epic views of mountains, seascapes and heavens under clear skies. Pembrokeshire offers stunning panoramas - pay a visit the blue lagoon at Abereiddi followed by a spot of star gazing at Stackpole, who knows where it may lead?

Couple sitting by a mountain stream on a walk in the Brecon Beacons

Let nature bring you together 

Escape the world with a walk in the rugged Brecon Beacons. Explore the mysterious Cwm Llwch lake, the spectacular Henrhyd Falls and let your mountain adventure bring you closer. Pack a picnic and make a day of it. You may have to hold hands crossing a stream or two...