Top Southern States for a Romantic Fall Getaway

Fall’s cozy weather and picturesque sceneries make this season a perfect time for a romantic getaway.  If you are looking for a sweet destination to spend a much-needed QT with your significant other, the South of US is home to a range of beautiful cities that are brimming with romance.

For inspiration, I’ve picked out three of my favorites to give you some brilliant ideas on where to head to this Fall.

Kentucky

A trip to Kentucky will definitely make you and your partner feel like you’re in a Romance Novel with the rolling hills, riverboat rides, horses roaming the pastures – just like in the books and movies.

Stay in Beaumont Inn located in Harrodsburg, Kentucky’s oldest town, and experience the Southern charm and hospitality at its best.  Book a tour with Horse Farm Tours where you get to walk through the legendary Keeneland Race course and visit two horse farms.  And oh, don’t forget to tour a Kentucky bourbon distillery to learn the craftsmanship and history behind the “good old whiskey of old Kentuck.”

Arkansas

Peaceful, quaint, quiet and romantic – definitely the perfect sweet escape for you and your special someone.  For a private and luxurious getaway, check out An Enchanting Evening, the only private mountain top luxury cabin in Little Rock, Arkansas.  Just a short drive away from Little Rock is the Hot Springs, where you and your love can relax in one of the heated “thermal springs” in the city.

South Carolina

If you want a beach paradise as a backdrop for your romantic getaway, head on to Myrtle Beach where it’s not that crowded anymore, now that summer is over. Walk hand-in-hand along the shoreline and enjoy a variety of beachside activities with your sweetheart.  Another romantic spot in South Carolina is the Lighthouse in Seneca.  This restaurant offers premiere dining and leisure experience, where couples can enjoy a romantic dinner with panoramic lake and mountain views.

About Toni Marie

Toni is Senior Editor for GuestRelationshipsBlog, as well as a contributing author. In addition to writing about the Baby Boomer generation, she also likes to write about relationships and health. She is also the primary caregiver for her mother.

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