Texas has much to offer those in search of the perfect honeymoon.
This versatile state can offer chic metropolitan resorts in cities like Houston and Dallas, beach honeymoons on Padre Island, and rough and rugged dude ranches in Bandara. Wherever you choose, Texas gives
its newlyweds plenty of seclusion and romantic time together. Here
are some of our suggestions for perfect Texas honeymoon travel.
Spend Your Texas Honeymoon at a Romantic B&B
These Texas 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 Texas, in and around large
Texas cities like Lubbock, Dallas, El Paso, and Houston and in or
around the smaller towns and communities of Midland, Wichita Falls, Eagle Pass,
and San Antonio. Here are a few B&Bs that can deliver the perfect
honeymoon retreat. Many Texas Bed and Breakfasts specialize in
catering to newlyweds, so be sure to let the proprietor know that
it's your honeymoon!
Brackenridge House B & B
San Antonio, TX 78204
Garden Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn
205 East College Street
Grapevine, TX 76051
Paniolo Ranch Bed & Breakfast Spa
1510 fm 473
Boerne, TX 78006
George Blucher House Bed & Breakfast Inn
211 N Carrizo St
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
Honeymoon in Texas Outdoors
Consider spending your honeymoon camped next to a beautiful Texas
lake or in one of Texas'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 Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Purtis Creek State Park, Big Bend National Park, or Matagorda Island 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 Texas honeymoon ideas and information contact the Texas Department of Commerce, Tourism Division at P.O. Box 12728, Austin, TX 78711 Telephone: 512-462-9191.