If you’re looking to treat someone to a weekend break away somewhere with a great view, why not surprise them with this Room With A View Gift break for two?
Once you have purchased your Room With A View Gift break, you will be able to spend time selecting the perfect location for your stay from the wide range of locations featured.
There’s nothing like waking up in the morning, throwing open the curtains and revelling in the view from your bedroom window, which is why we have specially selected accommodation surrounded by the most stunning scenery this country has to offer.
Whatever really stirs you, from mountains and valleys to picturesque villages and traditional market squares, the UK is home to some of the most outstanding and breathtaking views around and you can be sure that you'll be inspired by your surroundings.
There are plenty of locations to choose from so you can decide between views of lakes and idyllic countryside, a sea or harbour v
This is a one night stay for two with breakfast in a room that has a great view.
The minimum age is 18 years. This break is available on selected days of the week, throughout the year.
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You cannot view the reviews on site but a copy of them can be made available on request by phone or email.
To make a request simply go to our contact us page and include the product ID (found on the product page) in the email.
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