Summer loving

For guests in search of a summer of love, forget jet setting away somewhere, sometimes a romantic B&B is just the ticket.

 

The most successful B&B’s can often be the ones that market themselves for specific types of getaways. Romantic getaways are natural fodder for the UK short breaks market and, in context with their diverse locations and settings, these stunning B&B’s are at the top of their game:

 

For beachside romance visit:

 

Blue Moon

St Ives, Cornwall

 

Offers urban style in a coastal setting with plenty of cosy seaside romance thrown in.

 

http://www.bluechipholidays.co.uk/cornwall/st-ives/blue-moon

 

 

If yours is a groovy kind of love visit:

 

Studio Farrows

Aller, Nr. Langport

 

A beautifully eclectic, artistic, spacious, memorable and unique place; a perfect setting for a love story.

 

https://www.studiofarrows.com

 

 

For chocolate box charm visit:

 

Kingfisher Retreat

Blissford, New Forest

 

In our part of the country, how could we overlook the rustic romance of the New Forest?

 

http://www.newforestbedbreakfast.co.uk/featured/kingfisher-retreat.html

 

But don’t be a fool for love. Creating a romantic B&B isn’t always about the location and setting of your property. The point of a romantic getaway is to spend time together; some couples may not even plan to leave their accommodation!

 

If you’re looking to add some more romance to your B&B it can be easy to achieve this with some thoughtful touches. Whimsical lighting, a romantic breakfast in bed menu, bookable extras e.g. champagne or heart shaped cookies on arrival and, above everything, a comfortable bed.

 

If yours is a business that promises romance, the beds should be a big selling point.

 

Offer your guests the romance and luxurious comfort of a Millbrook Contract Bed and make your beds something to shout about this summer of loving.

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