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Times have moved on so much from years ago, when my mum and dad married many moons ago they didn’t even live together before they were married. I would say that more and more people are moving in together and having children before getting married. I find it lovely that the children can be involved and part of the wedding and honeymoon. That is why I love today’s post because Tom our resident honeymoon expert is kindly sharing with us ideas for honeymoons with the children.
Honeymooning when you have children can be tricky; if a willing babysitter remains to be a pipe dream or you find leaving them behind just too difficult, taking them with you may be the best solution. But don’t let the responsibilities of parenthood deter you from planning your ultimate lover’s getaway. Honeymoons with kids can still be wonderfully romantic and exciting. You just have to find family friendly destinations that can tick all of your boxes. For some post wedding inspiration to get you started, here are 5 perfect honeymoons for taking the little ones.
The best Californian road trip routes can be anything between a few days to a few weeks. And for families, one of the best ways to travel is in a family friendly RV. The beauty of a road trip is that you can make it work around your busy schedule, and California is, without question, one of the most beautiful and exciting places for honeymoon or family break. Popular routes include the Venice Beach area which is ideal for kids, the Napa Wine Country or the Sonoma Wine Country which are great for wine lovers, or the scenic route around Lake Tahoe which boasts the most romantic views. Good RV rental companies include Cruise America, 1st Choice RV and Camper USA. You can see more ideas on Brides.com
If Gelato and pizza aren’t enough to entice the kids, you’ll find plenty of exciting attractions to keep the whole family entertained. The bustling capital is rich in history and culture and your little ones will be fascinated by the grand Roman Colosseum, the ruins of Ostia Antica or the archaeological complex of Hadrian’s Villa. At night, you can safely wander the winding (although busy) streets of Trastevere and grab an affordable bite to eat or take an early evening stroll down the Roman Passeggiata. Find out more with Roma Experience
If you want to stay close to home, Cornwall offers a number of options when it comes to accommodation. Rent a family cottage for a home away from home, take the kids camping at the many campsites around the region, or stay in a quaint B&B for the week. In the summer, Cornwall is truly spectacular and children will love the seaviews at Land’s End, the cool and quirky Gardens of Heligan (near Mevagissey), or the huge choice of theme parks and play centres. The best family beaches can be found at St Ives Bay, Constantine Bay or Sennen Cove. If you’re after a bit of alone time, there are also many day nurseries across the county. Find more ideas here
Greece is a fantastic family destination and the Domes of Elounda Resort is an ideal place to hit all the family tick boxes. Domes of Elounda offers a whole host of amenities including an indoor and outdoor children’s play area, an Ofsted-approved Kid’s Club & Creche, a good choice of restaurants and bars, and even an exclusive spa and gym. And the resort is ultra-luxurious; enjoy a few moments of blissful romance in the gorgeous infinity pool when the kids are at play. Book with Baby Friendly Boltholes
If you want the luxury and convenience of an all-inclusive 5 star family getaway, the Caribbean makes a great destination. Spoiled for beaches and watersports, wildlife parks and aquariums, and stunning natural sites, life doesn’t get more exhilarating than this when you’re travelling with excitable little nippers. Family friendly resorts include Atlantis Paradise Island (Bahamas), Beaches Turks & Caicos All Inclusive Resort on the Caicos Islands, Almond Beach Village in Barbados, or Kuoni Family Resort in St. Lucia (the Caribbean’s most romantic isle). Get more luxury ideas from Bridal Guide
Just because you have kids doesn’t mean you shouldn’t enjoy your dream honeymoon. It’s now possible to travel just about anywhere in the world with kids and your honeymoon is a great opportunity to travel far and wide on that trip you never thought could happen. So pack your bags, pack the nappies and push chair and hit the road!
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