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Honeymoon!!!

Hi we are planning a honeymoon for next October and are so excited!!  We are trying to do a 8 or 9 day trip and would love to stay and see all of Scotland. Any suggestions?

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  • arjc1971arjc1971 Member ✭✭
    Head along the A83 towards Arrochar to the "Honeymoon Bridge" near the "Rest and be Thankful" you won't be disappointed with the views.  Keep going to Loch Fyne and stop for Loch Fyne Oysters!!!  
  • HecyHecy Member ✭✭
    Drive throughGlenCoe and the Great glen for sure! Follow the A82 north from Glasgow. Try and hit Glen Affric which is 20 miles west of Inverness. Skye and Applecross you should look into also. 
  • HeyangeHeyange Member
    Thanks for those suggestions. We will definitely look into those places.
  • Samantha_GrantSamantha_Grant VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭✭✭
    The NC500 Scotland's answer to route 66 will take you through some of Scotland's most spectacular highland scenery.  It'd be perfect for a honeymoon. deserted white sandy beaches, castles, giant sea stacks, caves.
    I'm a Scottish travel blogger and freelance writer with an extensive knowledge of travelling in Scotland.  I'm always on the road exploring my wonderful country.  I love remote places, history and the great outdoors. 




  • edited August 2016
    There are several Michelin Star restaurants across Scotland if you'd like to treat yourselves one night too!

    And some really quirky accommodation - tree houses, secluded cabins, castles!

    For something truly special, why not fly out to Barra and land on the beach...


  • ElaineRElaineR VisitScotland Contributor ✭✭✭
    @Heyange How about a short break in a sumptuous beautifully restored medieval castle as a special honeymoon treat - Borthwick Castle in Midlothian near Edinburgh is now offering Borthwick Breaks

    http://www.borthwickcastle.com/m/home.html


  • ShetlandSophShetlandSoph Member ✭✭
    How about a trip to Britain's most Northerly Islands, Shetland with dramatic and stunning scenery everywhere you look, some of the most friendliest people you will ever come across, a homely atmosphere to go with it! There is nowhere better for a relaxing honeymoon, where you could visit the breathe-taking cliffs and stacks of Eshaness and the beautiful St Ninian's Isle beach! 
  • Another special flight you could do is a seaplane from Loch Lomond or Skye!


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