Central & Southern Scotland
Whether you’ve just tied the knot at romantic Gretna Green or are on your way to one of the beautiful islands such as Arran or Rothesay, there will be a beautiful view and a warm welcome everywhere you go. The stunning Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park are firm favourite for many whilst modern wonders such as the Forth Road Bridge sit side-by-side with natural beauties such as Fingal’s Cave and Staffa. Hearty grub is a plenty and you will need it for to boost your energy with so much to see and do, Central and Southern Scotland is somewhere everyone should go at least once in their lifetime.
Wales - City of Cardiff
The Welsh capital of Cardiff has undergone somewhat of a renaissance in recent years. The cosmopolitan bars and restaurants down in Cardiff Bay sit perfectly alongside the historic castle and Edwardian arcades, making it one of the most modern yet historic cities in the UK. Time your arrival correctly and you may even be able to take in a game of football or rugby at the stunning Millennium Stadium.
The Northern part of Wales is a diverse mix of rugged coastlines, bustling market towns and national parks. The Isle of Anglesey with its spectacular beaches is a haven for activity seeking honeymoon couples, with watersports such as scuba diving and windsurfing easy to track down. Back on the mainland, Rhyl and Prestatyn offer seaside retreats that are both lively (Rhyl) and more relaxed (Prestatyn). However, perhaps the biggest pull of North Wales is the huge mountain of Snowdonia. Surrounded by a National Park, this is truly one of the country's most beautiful areas, and is an ideal base for UK honeymooners looking to get away from it all.
Renowned for its natural beauty, green hills and fresh air, Mid Wales is the perfect location if you want to chill out after a hectic Wedding. Perfect for a cottage break, this beautiful part of Wales is a perfect blend of tradition and relaxation. From the Berwyn Mountains towards the northern part of the region down to the Brecon Beacons National Park in the south, it really is wall-to-wall tranquillity. A visit to the town of Ceredigion is a must if to experience Welsh culture (and language) at its finest.
Awash with heritage and history, South Wales provides visitors with a warm welcome and relaxing environment. Perfect for the more adventurous UK honeymooners, activities such as fishing, mountain biking, canoeing and hiking are all on your doorstep. The stunning natural beauty of the Wye Valley and Pembrokeshire coastline, combined with the modern day ambience of towns and cities such as Swansea and Newport, not to forget the world famous Tintern Abbey and Caerphilly Castle make South Wales an ideal honeymoon location.
Related: We've a host of honeymoon destination guides from a variety of worldwide hotspots on the site, not to mention our honeymoon directory that's filled with local travel agents and foreign destinations to help you on your way. For ideas and friendly advice from like-minded couples, be sure to check out our honeymoon & travel forum.