Washington Romantic Honeymoon Ideas

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Washington Honeymoons


Washington has much to offer those in search of the perfect honeymoon. As the US's second largest producer of wine, newlyweds can find hundreds of wineries and vineyards like Girasol Vineyard & Inn in Walla Walla to stay at for their honeymoon. Head to the upper Northwest and book your honeymoon aboard a sailboat around the San Juan Islands. Wherever you choose, Washington gives its newlyweds plenty of secluded and romantic time together. Here are some of our suggestions for perfect Washington honeymoon travel.

Spend Your Washington Honeymoon at a Romantic B&B

Romantic Bed & Breakfasts

These Washington 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 Washington, in and around large Washington cities like Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, and Kennewick and in or around the smaller towns and communities of Everett, Brewster, Willapa Bay, and Moses Lake. Here are a few B&Bs that can deliver the perfect honeymoon retreat. Many Washington Bed and Breakfasts specialize in catering to newlyweds, so be sure to let the proprietor know that it's your honeymoon!

Manor Farm Inn
26069 Big Valley Rd NE
Poulsbo, WA 98370
(360) 779-4628

Turtleback Farm
1981 Crow Valley Rd
Eastsound, WA 98245
(360) 376-4914

The Place at Cayou Cove
161 Olympic Lodge Lane
Deer Harbor, WA 98243
(360) 376-3199

Carson Ridge Bed and Breakfast
1261 Wind River Road
Carson, WA 98610
(509) 427-7777

Honeymoon in Washington Outdoors

State Parks for Lovers

Consider spending your honeymoon camped next to a beautiful Washington lake or in one of Washington'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 North Cascades National Park, Mt. Spokane State Park, Mt. Rainier National Park, or Ginkgo 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 or cottage.

For additional Washington honeymoon ideas and information contact the Washington Department of Tourism at 128-10th Avenue SW, PO Box 42525, Olympia, WA 98504-2525 Telephone: 800-525-3323 or 360-725-4000.

Romantic Honeymoons in WA