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When it comes to honeymoon options, the choices are endless. Of course you want it to be very special and something more than simply an annual holiday. A honeymoon should be something romantic, magical and somewhere you can both thoroughly relax after all the wedding planning and stress are over.

Wherever and whatever type of honeymoon you choose, you will want to know that everything is covered. So do your research to ensure your choice will suit you both and stay within your budget. Venue, bookings, travel insurance - all has to be considered.

So take your time and take advantage of businesses who can provide you with lots of inspiration as well as essential practical travel advice.

Here’s some great honeymoon ideas from businesses based in Devon and Cornwall from places like Exeter, Plymouth, Truro, Barnstaple and Falmouth, whom you might want to get in touch with...

Don't forget to mention Your Devon and Cornwall Wedding magazine when contacting a honeymoon travel agent.

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Triple award win for the Bucket & Spade Café in Shaldon

The Bucket & Spade Café at Coast View Holiday Park in Shaldon, with spectacular views across the stunning Jurassic coastline, is celebrating winning Gold in the Best Restaurant & Best Pub categories and Silver in the Best Bar category at the Food Drink Devon Awards earlier this month. Thrilled with this accolade, Josh Donald, managing director of Coast View Holiday Park commented, "We're delighted with these awards; it's great to be recognised by our local community and for our staff to be rewarded for all of their hard work over the past few years. We used to be Shaldon's best-kept secret, but so many locals and visitors in the area have now discovered us and seen what fantastic locally sourced food we offer with brilliant service."... read more

Posted: 4 November 2021

National Trust’s project to improve access across Pentire headland in Cornwall opens

A recent project by the National Trust to improve access across the Cornish headland is officially open and will continue to welcome visitors throughout the winter. The aim of the project was to open access to the iconic headland so more people could experience the dramatic headland views. Investment into facilities and the landscape will mean the area can welcome disabled visitors or people with limited mobility, who might have considered the area too challenging to visit. Mike Simmonds, lead ranger says 'we're continually looking to create solutions for accessibility that are creative and sensitive to the surroundings. The National Trust is for everyone, and we want to make it easy for disabled visitors to enjoy the places we care for. The work we've achieved here is a great example of looking after a place like Pentire so that as many people as possible can enjoy it, whilst managing it for nature to thrive.... read more

Posted: 2 November 2021

National Trust reveals blossoming ambitions for Plymouth

The National Trust reveals blossoming ambitions for cities, including Plymouth, as Project Blossom starts to take root around UK. The ambition of Project Blossom is to create inspirational green spaces in and near urban areas to connect more people to nature and to create more spaces for hope and reflection. The local National Trust team have been working with Plymouth City Council on ideal places for the project to take place in the city. The Plymouth site will be located on the coast at Devil's Point, overlooking Plymouth Sound, the region's first National Marine Park, and adjacent to Barn Pool bay, where Charles Darwin set sail from in 1831. The site is on the South West coastal footpath and has local significance as it's the place where families come to wave off members going to sea on naval operations. The trees will be planted in a semi circle design and will be used to highlight the blossoming meadows below the waves in the seagrass beds just offshore. Native wildflowers will be planted around the site, along with hardy blackthorn to withstand the harsh coastal weather and more ornamental trees providing colour and floral-framing for the stunning Plymouth Sound views. The aim of the design is to create a beautiful, landscaped space on what is currently an area of exposed coastline,connecting people with nature on the land and within the National Marine Park.... read more

Posted: 21 September 2021

Your chance to win a honeymoon of a lifetime to the Maldives

Courtesy of the luxury Maldivian resort brand, Coco Collection, is hosting a competition for all those couples that tied the knot in 2020 but were unable to celebrate with a honeymoon due to the pandemic and travel restrictions. The honeymoon competition, launching on 14th September at 12 noon Maldives Time, ending two weeks later on 27th September (also noon MVT) is open to anyone who married in 2020 (proof required) and missed out on a honeymoon; the prize includes: seven nights in a Coco Residence on Full Board including return airport transfers,a refreshing welcome cocktail on arrival, a bottle of Champagne & a tropical fruit platter on arrival, special bed decoration, choice of a complimentary, in-Villa Champagne breakfast or a romantic three-course candlelit dinner, 15% discount on all treatments at the Coco Spa and a special gift.... read more

Posted: 15 September 2021

Porthmeor Beach in Cornwall among the best dog-friendly in the UK

The UK has an abundance of wonderful beaches to take your pooch to on a staycation honeymoon or mini-moon, and the team at dog-friendly Canine Cottages has collated the six best dog-friendly beaches across Britain - with Porthmeor Beach in Cornwall being one of the best. Porthmeor Beach, located in the popular hotspot of St Ives, is the pawfect place to take a pooch off-season, as dogs are allowed on the beach from 30th September until 15th May.... read more

Posted: 2 September 2021

Three Mile Beach unveils glamping and food and beverage offerings

Three Mile Beach in West Cornwall, located a stone's throw from Gwithian Beach, has introduced a collection of 15 characterful beach houses offering stylish self-catering with a difference and the property is also set to unveil a glampsite home to four rustic yurts, plus a host of foodie offerings that celebrate the very best Cornish produce. Each of the three and four-bedroom houses stand out with bold exteriors painted pink, turquoise and yellow. Light and airy interiors reflect the coastal location with lobster-pot willow lampshades, plant hangers made from recycled fishing materials and hand-painted decorative surfboards adorning the walls. Spacious kitchens and living areas allow space for group brunches and dinner parties, and sundowners and barbecues can be enjoyed on the private outdoor deck, home to a hot tub and sauna.... read more

Posted: 31 August 2021

Enjoy a minimoon aboard the Bluebird Bus

The 1970s converted Canadian school bus, lovingly named the Bluebird Bus, is now available to book for staycation minimoons this summer. Set in a secluded spot opposite a vineyard on a family-run farm in South Devon, this relaxing off-grid couples retreat is the ultimate getaway. The rustic conversion sleeps two guests and one dog and offers everything needed for a honeymoon escape complete with a gas oven, hob and charcoal barbecue. A seven-night stay costs from £356.... read more

Posted: 13 July 2021

Devon and Cornwall named the most tranquil places in the UK

Towns in Devon and Cornwall have been dubbed one of the UK's most relaxing places to visit, according to new research from the team at Delamere Health, Cheshire. Holidaying on home turf is the safest option this summer, with the Government advising against international travel. In fact, travel firms have revealed record-breaking figures for summer staycations, with a 22% surge in spending. To give you a helping hand, researchers at Delamere Health have uncovered which towns across the UK are the most relaxing for a summer staycation. The study ranked 30 of the most popular UK towns based on the number of relaxing facilities available.... read more

Posted: 27 May 2021

Devon and Cornwall are two of the most dog-friendly seaside locations

As people look forward to the easing of lockdown restrictions, many will be looking to book a staycation with their pet pooches. But which popular seaside location is the most dog-friendly? As part of their Dog-Friendly Beaches campaign, researchers at Uswitch have crunched the numbers to reveal Devon as the second most dog-friendly seaside destination in the UK and Cornwall as third. Along with this, Wendy Kruger, Dog Behaviour & Training Specialist at Wood Green has provided comments on how to prepare your dog for a seaside staycation this summer.... read more

Posted: 25 May 2021

Honeymoon in luxury on the South Coast with a staycation charter on Superyacht Chess

Spoil your spouse with a staycation charter on board motor yacht Chess and enjoy a romantic cruise of the beautiful South Coast. Gain exclusive access to some of the world's best anchorages right here in the UK from the luxury of this boat which is a luxurious 25-meter Sunseeker Superyacht and will be available for all-inclusive charters (starting in Portsmouth) from the 28th May 2021. A superyacht gives you (and your guests) total privacy and exclusivity. You'll be able to reach more remote areas, hidden coves and have a once-in-a-lifetime experience off the beaten track. You also have the flexibility to design your own itinerary.... read more

Posted: 6 May 2021