Cities and Cotswolds for Couples

Classic England Honeymoon

Bath, Country House Hotels, London

Duration: 7 nights

Price: From $2,450 per person in low season based on two adults travelling together and including internal flights in economy class, accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis, private transfers, transportation, experiences as stated and taxes

Explore some of England's most famous and beautiful cities and its finest regal and historic treasures on this classic English honeymoon, from its colourful capital city, to an idyllic country house in the Cotswolds and the charming Roman city of Bath. Along the way, indulge in some of our favourite hotels and quintessential English experiences, from afternoon tea at the Connaught in London to exploring stately palaces and stepping in the footsteps of royalty.
Perfect forCouples looking for a luxurious and quintessentially English honeymoon.
In the knowExploring more of England, such as the beautiful Lake District, or delving further north and adding a few days in Scotland, exploring the rolling highlands and staying in some majestic castles.

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The Connaught, London

2 nightsLONDON

Following flights to London (where applicable), head to the luxurious Connaught, a London landmark that sits regally in the heart of exclusive Mayfair. Feast on Michelin-starred cuisine, and after exploring London’s iconic sights and browsing its designer boutiques, indulge in a very British tradition with a delicious afternoon tea in the hotel’s lounge, followed by a West End show.
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Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons

2 nightsCOTSWOLDS 

A scenic 40-minute train ride through the Chiltern Hills to Haddenham and Thame station, followed by a short ten-minute taxi ride, will bring you to the beautiful Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. Owned by celebrated French chef Raymond Blanc, linger over an exquisite evening meal and make sure you stroll around the gorgeous gardens, where many of the delicious menu’s ingredients are grown.
From here, explore the historic university town of Oxford, or visit the incredible Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where Winston Churchill was born. With ornate state rooms surrounded by landscaped grounds designed by Capability Brown (an idyllic spot for picnicking by the glassy lake), it makes a perfect day out.
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2 nightsBATH

Take the train from Oxford to your next stop, Bath (this journey will take around 90 minutes). This beautiful and historic city is another UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its picturesque heritage, elegant Georgian squares and cobbled streets have long inspired authors such as Jane Austen. Visit the wonderfully-preserved Roman Baths and ensure eternally good health by tasting its famously restorative waters. Further afield, visit the famous Stonehenge (an hour away), an ancient circle of stones surrounded by myths and legends.

Bask in regal splendour at the Royal Crescent Hotel on the sweeping Royal Crescent, which is one of the most beautiful parts of Bath, looking out over manicured lawns. This luxurious Relais & Chateaux hotel has featured in TV and films, including adaptations of Jane Austen’s famous novels. Indulge in the stately suites with their four-poster beds and artistic treasures, as well as the candlelit dining and the inviting spa.
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1 nightLONDON

Hop on the train back to London (a two-hour journey) for a final night, staying at the stylish Ham Yard Hotel in trendy Soho. With its colourful, distinctive interiors, a pretty rooftop garden and its own theatre and bowling alley, it’s an ideal choice for some luxurious relaxation at the end of your honeymoon. From here you will head to the airport for your flight home (where applicable).
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