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Looking for new ideas of where and how to woo your loved one or help make popping the question memorable in this Leap Year of Romance? If you make a bee happy then Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love will smile kindly on you. Honey also has a long love affair with romance: mead, made from honey, was meant to have aphrodisiac properties and newlyweds would drink it during the first moon of their marriage — their honeymoon.
Wildflower meadows are at their peak in May and June. Diamonds are relative upstarts: they were only introduced in the s, when US jewellery cartel De Beers needed to boost their revenues.
For a little piece of history, you can also find unusual amber jewellery in the Antique Emporia of York, Pickering and Kirkbymoorside. Or, to beachcomb for your own amber, start by taking a romantic steam-train ride on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, from the market town of Pickering across the rugged moorland to the gothic coastal splendour of Whitby. Dark, clear nights are the best time to see the starriest skies in Britain, including Winter Solstice in December.
York and Ryedale make the best starting points for a Brontesque romantic adventure, because at their northern edge are the wildest moors in England.
The heather is at its peak in August. There are many more secluded romantic ruins across York and Ryedale, perfect for popping the question, including Newburgh Priory — now a picturesque stately home and luxury wedding venue - and the secluded riverside ruins of Kirkham Priory. The monks of Rievaulx Abbey also loved their medieval romance, hiding Arthurian tales in their monastic library alongside their religious manuscripts. Find out how well matched you really are by riding a tandem. Pedal at a lazy pace with plenty of secluded picnic stops, or tea-rooms with delicious home-baking.
You can hire your bicycle made for two from Get Cycling in York.
Enjoy roaring log fires and four-poster beds, rooms with views, rooms steeped in history, cosy cottages, city mansions, secluded treehouses, leave-the-world-behind glamping, and even a train station. You can even share a candlelit platter in the intimate boudoir of a former brothel, at the Blue Bicycle in York.
Nicola Bexon, Pyper PR: or nicola pyperyork. Samantha Orange, Pyper PR: or sam pyperyork.Love in nunnington
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