9 Super Romantic BC Getaways To Take With Your S/O This Fall

Summer is coming to a close, but summer romance continues far beyond the warmer months and creeps into cuffing season.

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As counterintuitive as this may sound, the best part about fall is the cooler weather. Why, you ask? More excuses to cuddle up tight with your S/O and spend all day laughing and talking about sweet nothings under the embrace of arms and blankets.

So why not get all lovey-dovey and romantic on a weekend getaway this fall? We've listed 9 super romantic places to escape to with your sweetie in BC. I mean, who needs summer weather when you've totally got the hots for each other?

From spa retreats to luxurious wineries, there's something for every couple on this list.

1. Poet's Cove Resort & Spa // Pender Island

Features:

  • Spa features a eucalyptus steam cave and a rock grotto with waterfall
  • Private marina
  • Cottages with private hot tubs available
  • On-site kayak, paddle board and canoe rentals available

Accommodates: 2-8 guests (rooms, lodges and cabins available)

Cost: Starting $260/night

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2. Whimsical Luxury Camping // Golden

Features:

  • Spacious tents 16 ft. in diameter and 10 ft. tall
  • Cozy and comfortable seating and queen size bed with unique decor
  • Campfire available
  • Short drive away from Banff, Yoho National Park, Lake Louise, Glacier National Park and more

Accommodates: 2 guests

Cost: $195/night

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3. Ultimate Modern Escape // Golden

Features:

  • Modern architecture in the middle of the forest
  • Vaulted high ceilings with a 180-degree view
  • Fully equipped kitchen with outdoor gas BBQ
  • Short 20 min. drive to Kicking Horse Resort

Accommodates: Up to 8 guests

Cost: $449/night

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4. Halcyon Hot Springs Resort // Nakusp

Features:

  • Breathtaking waterfront views
  • Mineral pools with jetted swimming channel
  • Romantic retreat and spa packages available

Accommodates: 2-8 guests (rooms, cabins and chalets available)

Costs: Starting at $159/night

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5. Sparkling Hill Resort // Vernon

Features:

  • 7 Themed steam and sauna rooms
  • Heated outdoor infinity pool
  • Luxury accommodations with floor-to-ceiling windows and an incredible view of Okanagan Lake
  • Short drive from a golf course and ski/snowboarding resort

Accommodates: 2 guests

Cost: Starting at $304/night

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6. Lakefront Glamping Hut // Kamloops

Features:

  • Incredible views of Kamloops Lake
  • Full queen size blow-up mattress
  • Firepit with lounging area available

Accommodates: 2 guests

Cost: $112/night

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7. Burrowing Owl Estate Winery // Oliver

Features:

  • Outdoor pool with an incredible view of the sprawling 170-acre vineyard
  • Incredible wine tasting and tours
  • 1,200 Sq. ft. penthouse suite with private patio and gourmet kitchen available
  • Within driving distance of many other amazing wineries

Accommodates: 2-10 guests

Cost: Starting at $349/night

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8. Chill Hipster Apartment // Victoria

Features:

  • Unique, bright and open top-floor penthouse studio
  • Right in Old Town, Victoria and minutes away from Lower Johnson shopping district
  • Perfect for chill short romantic weekend getaway

Accommodates: 2 guests

Cost: $120/night

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9. Nectar Yoga B&B // Bowen Island

Features:

  • Yoga retreat with massage and detox services available
  • Relaxing yoga dome with in-house yoga instructor
  • Daily yoga lessons
  • All yoga equipment available
  • Romantic cottage accommodation

Accommodates: 1 Guest - Entire property rental

Cost: Starting from $195/night

Book here

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