If you are planning a romantic weekend in Bath and need some inspiration, look no further. We live here and got married here, we can help you find the romantic secrets of the city.

Prior Park is renowned as one of the top spots for proposals in Bath, and it is truly beautiful forming the perfect memorable moment. But for us Sham Castle and Little Solsbury Hill provide a more intimate moment, with great views of Bath. Sham castle is on the skyline bus tour, so you can avoid the walk, but Little Solsbury Hill is an hour walk from the city centre (if it is windy take your kite).

Prior Park

A glass of fizz or a cheeky cocktail is always a good start to any romantic moment, and there are plenty of cocktail bars in Bath. If the weather is not great or you are in need of a quiet moment, Opa bar has an outdoor vault and terrace with views over the river.

Vault @ Opa

A lazy summers day punting on the river creates lots of fun and laughter, when followed by dinner on the veranda at The Boatman it turns into an unforgettable day. If you don’t fancy doing the hard work, a boat trip across to Bathampton also hits the spot. The Old Mill Hotel has a solitary table in a corner of their garden next to the weir, perfect spot for soaking up the view and talking for hours.

Bathampton Weir

On a cold frosty day a game of mini golf hits the spot, no one else is mad enough to be there so you have the place to yourself. Followed by a hot chocolate or a warming Sunday Lunch at The Marlborough makes it a treat.

The Botanic Gardens in Victoria Park provide a quiet place for a romantic picnic, away from the crowds and secluded in beautiful scenery. In the eastern corner there is a cluster of Magnolia trees with benches and a lawn beneath them, stunning flowers in spring and enclosed by vibrant green leaves during the summer.

Botanic Garden @ Victoria Park

For a romantic alfresco meal The White Hart pub and Yak Yeti Yak have intimate courtyard gardens and both serve great food.