I guess it depends what you want out of the honeymoon, and where you are based yourselves. Some gorgeous places up in Scotland but you mention the weather so I'm not sure. The south west of England is lovely too but often busier. We really liked Dorset when we went.
We went to Cornwall. It's a beautiful county and almost feels like you're in another country. We stayed in a remote cottage a couple of miles down a single track lane, and all we could hear were the birds and the wind in the trees. There are loads of lovely places to visit in Cornwall too, quaint little towns, some fascinating National Trust properties, and some stunning coastline and countryside. And the lovely thing with honeymooning in the UK is that you can revisit your honeymoon location every year if you want to - we went back for our first anniversary!
I guess it depends what you want, if your both outddorsy the lake district or the costwolds may be nice if your going for a cottage outdoorsy feel. Edinburgh i imagine would be nice as a city honeymoon.
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That’s true, it all depends. I’m going to look up Dorset as I’ve always wanted to go. We will be travelling from Essex so I’m just looking at different travel options. I’ve always wanted to go to Scotland aswell. There’s so much choice in the UK
The Norfolk Broads are very good. Husband and I have been twice the first time was June and the weather was lovely and the second time was for a mini moon in April 2019. The weather was dry again but a couple of the pubs were not doing food as it was out of season and we needed to use the boat heater in the evenings.
Edinburgh is (Though I could be biased as I call it home) a beautiful city. There are plenty of parks and outdoor green spaces, historically and culturally rich with museums (most of them free), art galleries, theatres, castles and palaces, city bus tours and plenty of pubs and restaurants. One of the best things though is just wandering along the high street dipping in and out of the closes and finding hidden secrets.
Lake District is beautiful in the summer, Scottish Route 66 what ever it’s called .. stunning don’t get caught up in the first thing you see online with a beach try some adventure if that’s your thing go somewhere new lots of beautiful places in uk
My fiancé and I love Cornwall we stay in Porth and it is close to lots of Sandy beaches and only 10 minute drive to most other towns for example Newquay. When the weather is nice you honestly couldn’t be anywhere better.
We're in the same situation. I've been looking at the Lake District or Scotland. We went to the Cotswolds last year and that would also be quite a nice option, lots of cute villages and so many bakeries to sample
Totally depends on what sort of thing you'd like to do. Sadly, we all know the weather isn't a guarantee here but if you were looking to be surrounded by nature then I would recommend heading up to Scotland for sure. If you wanted to have a town/city to visit then in the last few years I have absolutely loved Bath and York - loads of things to do in both cities but very picturesque at the same time. Likely to have some love luxurious hotels in both of those also!