Friday 15 March 2019
10 Minimoon Destinations
10 Minimoon Destinations
A minimoon can help you and your partner to escape from it all, either during the wedding planning or after you have tied the knot. Planning a minimoon can help take the pressure off so you can enjoy other aspects of your wedding including the planning. Take a look at our website www.camping-directory.uk to plan a minimoon and then organise your honeymoon later on in the year.
1. Visit Cornwall. With iconic attractions such as St Michael's Mount, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Minack Theatre, Tate St Ives, Land's End, Tintagel Castle and the Eden Project, a trip to Cornwall is a must! Cornwall has fantastic attractions & hidden treasures just waiting to be explored.
Book accommodation at East Thorne.
2. Visit Devon. This is a stunning county of great contrasts, with two beautiful coastlines, two national parks and five official Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There’s so much to visit and do including a fantastic variety of attractions, historic buildings, award-winning places to eat, thrilling outdoor activities and exciting events happening all year round.
Book accommodation at Cuckoo Down Farm Glamping.
3. Visit East Sussex. East Sussex is the perfect place to escape and discover the beauty of the South Downs National Park, dramatic coastlines and vibrant culture on offer. Home to rolling countryside, medieval villages and gorgeous coastline, this inspiring corner of England is perfect for a minimoon getaway!
Book accommodation at The Secret Shepherd's Hut.
4. Visit Pembrokeshire. Known across the world for its legendary coastal scenery, protected by Britain’s only coastal national park, Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday destination; golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife that are just as beautiful in summer as they are in winter.
Book accommodation at Top of the Woods.
5. Visit North Yorkshire. When you visit North Yorkshire, you’ll soon embrace the great outdoors. Bring your walking shoes for uphill climbs across Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors to castles and abbey ruins that frame the landscape, and afterwards, recharge in regal spa town tearooms and market town pubs over jugs of locally brewed Ruby Ale.
Book accommodation at Camp Katur.
6. Visit Cumbria. Visit Cumbria for an experience like no other in England. The market towns of Kendal, Keswick and Cockermouth offer a unique shopping experience for the urban dweller, and the busy lakes of Windermere and Ullswater provide ample opportunity for boating or watersports.
Book accommodation at Hut in the Sheep Wash.
7. Visit Wiltshire. Wiltshire is an enchanted place where you feel close to the earth and the ever-changing big skies. Renowned for its iconic white horses carved into the rolling downs, almost half of Wiltshire is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are numerous ways to enjoy the quintessentially English countryside, from walking, cycling and horse-riding to fishing, golf, canal boat trips and more.
Book accommodation at Rushall Organics Glamping.
8. Visit Shropshire. With UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the best-preserved steam train network in England, Shropshire has it all. Shropshire is one of the least crowded and most peaceful areas of England. Now one of the few remaining rural idylls, it has a long history of wild border conflicts which have left a legacy of atmospheric hillforts, earthworks and castles.
Book accommodation at Woodland Escapes.
9. Visit Lincolnshire. The county of Lincolnshire brings together the best of city, countryside and coast. Explore centuries of history, enjoy a vibrant shopping experience, get active in the great outdoors and hit the surf, all within an hour’s travel.
Book accommodation at New Farm Holidays.
10. Visit Warwickshire. Visit Warwickshire to revel in the heart of Shakespeare’s England. In Stratford-upon-Avon, the theatres of the Royal Shakespeare Company welcome you to witness one of Bard’s famous plays live. See signature motte-and-bailey forts and romantic Elizabethan love nests with gatehouses and towers. Miles of canals and stairway locks beckon you for pub lunches and picnics. Warwickshire ticks all the boxes when it comes to history lessons.
Book accommodation at Etties Field.
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