Couples may wish to don waterproof jackets
and head out for a winter walk to celebrate Valentine's Day, a newspaper has suggested.
According to the Guardian, the Isle of Wight is a "blissfully peaceful" place to spend a romantic winter break and there are plenty of "just-long-enough-to-justify-a-pig-out" walking routes - many of which offer views over the island's "unspoilt beaches".
The North York Moors - described as "spectacular" - and the rural fields and orchards of Dorset are also perfect places to don a pair of walking boots
and head out for a romantic ramble, it added, while the two-mile walk from the edge of Martletwy village in Pembrokeshire to Cresswell Quay offers the benefit of a drink of real ale in an old-fashioned pub before the return journey.
Nature lovers may also find that a stay at the Penmaenuchaf Hall Hotel in Snowdonia may be a great place to take a romantic walk, the Times has suggested.
The 14-room hotel - which also comes complete with fresh flowers and log fires, as well as a special Valentine's Day menu - is set among 21 acres of gardens and boasts "fantastic views over the Mawddach estuary".
Posted by Brandon Egley