Cottage escapes for Valentine’s Day weekend.
Need to get out of town and unwind? These charming cottages are perfect for getting away from the city for a romantic weekend away.
Valentine’s Day could just be the perfect excuse to kidnap your boyfriend or girlfriend and get away from the city for some overdue alone time at one of these stunning cottages.
A beautifully decorated stable conversion near the picturesque village of Goudhurst, with delightful walks across the neighbouring Finchcocks and Scotney estates. Aperfect base for exploring the stunning Kentish villages in the area as well as the nearby spa town of Tunbridge Wells.
First up, we have a charming stable conversion that’s been cleverly renovated leaving some of its characteristic features, such as the original stable door. Bluecoats has a luxurious country home feel to it and would sit quite comfortably in any Homes and Gardens feature. Its high ceilings and lofty upstairs living area give the cottage a spacious and inviting feel. Downstairs, both bedrooms have en suite as well as direct access to the decking and garden. Bluecoats is near the picturesque village of Goudhurst and serves as the perfect base for exploring the stunning Kentish villages in the area as well as the nearby spa town of Tunbridge Wells.
Originally a cart barn belonging to a fruit farm, Medley’s Barn in East Sussex was converted into a rustic cottage with a spacious open plan living area full of floor to ceiling windows and a paved terrace, surrounded by a beautiful rural setting. It’s cosy interior and relaxing layout is the perfect environment to unwind in, perched on the edge of woodland and enveloped by surrounding fields.
The Duck Lodge in Kent is a charming little white weather boarded cottage surrounded by lush fields and orchards in The Weald near Sevenoaks. Its interiors have been completely refurbished and features exquisite french doors, light beams reaching across the ceiling and a wonderful terrace offering beautiful country views. Both Penshurst Place & Gardens and Chiddingstone Castle & Gardens are practically on your doorstep here, so make the most of this Valentine getaway and take romantic strolls around them.
Last but not least, Amors Cottage and it’s neighbouring little boutique shops and cafes in the beautiful valley town of Bruton in Somerset will remind you of Notting Hill and it’s unique charm. There’s a lot to do in this little hillside town; in the morning pop into the local boutiques brimming with local produce, or pop into At The Chapel for a coffee with its fresh lunch menus and onsite bakery and wine store. In the afternoon brave the stepping stones over the river Brue and hike up the hill to the internationally renowned Hauser and Wirth modern art Gallery. The cottage’s interiors are sumptuous and rich, mixing contemporary design with original vintage furniture and finishes: wooden floors, brick hearth, original wooden windows, exposed wood. The perfect getaway for country enthusiasts who love to explore and take the ocasional break in the authentic town pubs.
So make the most of V Day, and even if it’s not a holiday you celebrate, at least use it as an excuse to get out of the city and have a romantic weekend getaway. If you’re looking for more ideas, check out our list of luxury Cornish cottages here.