Indiana has much to offer those in search of the perfect honeymoon.
Of course Indiana is able to provide newlyweds the
luxurious resorts and spas, however, Indiana can offer unique honeymoon
experiences unlike any other. Stay at the famous West Baden Springs Resort or French Lick Springs Resort and be transported back into the early 1900's and all the romance of that time. Rent a breezy cottage along the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Wherever you choose, Indiana gives
its newlyweds plenty of secluded and romantic time together. Here
are some of our suggestions for perfect Indiana honeymoon travel.
Spend Your Indiana Honeymoon at a Romantic B&B
These Indiana Bed &
Breakfasts offer more than just a cozy place to sleep. They
have everything you need for a secluded & romantic honeymoon.
You can find lovely B&B's throughout Indiana, in and around large
Indiana cities like Lafayette, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, and Greensburg and in or
around the smaller towns and communities of South Bend, Kendallville, Terre Haute,
and Seymour. Here are a few B&Bs that can deliver the perfect
honeymoon retreat. Many Indiana Bed and Breakfasts specialize in
catering to newlyweds, so be sure to let the proprietor know that
it's your honeymoon!
Solomon Mier Manor
508 S Cavin Street
Ligonier, IN 46767
Innisfree Bed and Breakfast
702 West Colfax
South Bend, IN 46601
The Worthington Mansion Bed & Breakfast
805 W. Wayne St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Murphy Guest House Bed and Breakfast
112 So. Division St.
Bristol, IN 46507
Honeymoon in Indiana Outdoors
Consider spending your honeymoon camped next to a beautiful Indiana
lake or in one of Indiana's awesome State Parks. If you and your
new partner love the outdoors, then you'll love falling asleep together
under the stars and waking up together in the crisp fresh air in
places like Potato Creek State Park, Chain O Lakes State Park, Hoosier National Forest, or Clifty Falls State Park. Take long hikes together
into the woods, horseback through stunning trails, paddle out onto
a glass lake, and at the end of the day relax in each other's arms
next to a warm fire. If pitching a tent is a little rougher than
you had in mind, consider renting a beautiful cabin
For additional Indiana honeymoon ideas and information contact the Indiana Office of Tourism Development at One North Capitol, Suite 600 Indianapolis, IN 46204-2288 Telephone: 800-677-9800.