Ideas For A Romantic Vacation

 

Every couple needs to get away and spend some time alone together. Whether you have been married for 40 years or are just settling in as man and wife, a healthy relationship will only get better if you take a romantic vacation, even if it is just for a couple of days.

Wine CountryIdeas For A Romantic Vacation

Imagine driving into the countryside and spending the night at a rustic bed and breakfast cottage. Head to the wine country and spend your days touring and tasting and come back to your private sanctuary. Most B & B’s have a fireplace where you can relax in front of the fire, and some even come with a private Jacuzzi. After a night of snuggling in your king size bed you can have a tasty breakfast and go antiquing.

The Beach
Everyone loves the beach. There is nothing better than relaxing on the sand with the one you love, and there are some beautiful Bed and Breakfast Inns where you can fall asleep as you listen to the waves crashing against the shore. You can sleep in as late as you like and wander down to the dining room for a buffet breakfast. After your meal you can sit by the pool, or head to the beach and work on your tan.

San Francisco
Stay in a private guest house that has all of the amenities of home. Close to everything you can leave after breakfast and take a tour of the city. Hop on a cable car and head to Fisherman’s Wharf. With so many seafood restaurants to choose from, it will be difficult to decide where to have lunch. Once you have had your fill, take a walk to Ghirardelli Square for your chocolate fix and when you are ready to retire, you can wander back to your private oasis in a beautifully appointed San Francisco Bed and Breakfast.

Gatlinburg Tennessee
The Great Smoky Mountains is one of the most popular romantic destinations in the world, and if you have wanted to surprise your partner with a weekend getaway, Gatlinburg will not disappoint. Stay in a tastefully appointed guest room in a Gatlinburg bed and breakfast inn that is located at the foot of the national park. You will feel right at home after you check in and make your way to your luxurious suite. Plush robes await the two of you after you relax in your own whirlpool bathtub. Curl up in front of the fire and get reacquainted with each other. Wake up in the morning after a restful sleep on your pillow top queen-sized bed, and head to the dining room for a breakfast that is fit for royalty. Spoil the one you love with a special gift of fresh flowers that will be delivered to your room before you arrive.

Nevada
Most people head to the city of sin if they want a vacation in Nevada, but if you are looking for a more romantic place to take the love of your life, head to Alamo. This quaint little town is just south of the Sierra Nevada’s and is the perfect place for a romantic vacation. Wander over to the bunk house where you can get to know the other guests, share a cocktail, shoot a game of pool or just talk about anything and everything that one of the best bed and breakfast inns in the country has to offer. Your suite is tastefully decorated and is full of history relating to the old west. Imagine spending the evening sitting on the wide verandah with the one you love. Curb your appetite with a delicious dinner and watch the sunset. Be entertained by a local band and crawl back to your suite and get ready for the next day.

British ColumbiaIdeas For A Romantic Vacation
Canada is just a hop, skip and a jump away, and if you have always wanted to visit, there has never been a better time. Stay in a classic bed and breakfast cottage in Victoria that has everything you need for a romantic vacation. Relax and unwind in the library, or challenge your mate to a game of chess. You can even check your email or upload pictures from your trip. Every suite is intimate and private. After a relaxing bath, the two of you can cuddle up together in your king-sized bed. If you feel like evening entertainment, you can explore one of the smaller common rooms that are located in the opulent bed and breakfast inn. If you have always wanted an island vacation, book a cottage in a romantic English garden setting. Enjoy the romance of a 1930’s Tudor’s style mansion. After you arrive you will be treated to complimentary appetizers that are served every evening in the lounge. Take a relaxing carriage ride before you retire to your romantic guest suite. Wake up to a scrumptious breakfast that is lovingly prepared by a world-class chef.

Your Own Private Chef
Make plans to head to Georgia where you and your partner can relax and enjoy yourselves. Book a Bed and Breakfast Inn where your own private chef will do the cooking for you. Call ahead and arrange a menu that will be prepared and served in the privacy of your own luxury bed and breakfast inn. Wake up in the morning to a delicious hot breakfast, and spend the afternoon wine tasting. One of the best things about having Bed and Breakfast in Georgia is that it some Inns have their own private restaurant that also serves dinner.

The East Coast
New England is beautiful all year round; enjoy the fall colors in October or bask in the warm sunshine during the summer. If you want a romantic getaway, drive or fly to Vermont, and stay in a historic mansion. Enjoy 4 acres of beautiful gardens and lush green lawns. You can have dinner in a casual setting on the deck or enjoy the period décor in the formal dining room. During the winter months have a glass of wine in front of the cozy fireplace. Pack a picnic lunch fo your hike around Middlebury and marvel at the beautiful floral displays. After a long day, you can head back to your Bed and Breakfast Inn and have a steam shower or sauna.

Surprise the love of your life with a romantic getaway. Contact Select Registry at www.selectregistry.com for more information regarding romantic bed and breakfast destinations in the United States and Canada.

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