Wisconsin Romantic Honeymoon Ideas

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Wisconsin Honeymoons


Wisconsin has much to offer those in search of the perfect honeymoon. Newlyweds don't have to love cheese to love their wisconsin honeymoon. A cozy cabin on Lake Winnebago or a cottage on the shores of Lake Michigan is a unique and memorable way to spend your honeymoon. But if you and your new partner are in fact cheese lovers, ther are plenty of dairy tours too. Wherever you choose, Wisconsin gives its newlyweds plenty of secluded and romantic time together. Here are some of our suggestions for perfect Wisconsin honeymoon travel.


Spend Your Wisconsin Honeymoon at a Romantic B&B

Romantic Bed & Breakfasts

These Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin, in and around large Wisconsin cities like Eau Claire, Green Bay, Onalaska, and Milwaukee and in or around the smaller towns and communities of Washburn, Oshkosh, Black River Falls, and Sheboygan. Here are a few B&Bs that can deliver the perfect honeymoon retreat. Many Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts specialize in catering to newlyweds, so be sure to let the proprietor know that it's your honeymoon!

Bailey House
372 W Geneva St
Williams Bay, WI 53191
(262) 245-9149

The Washington House
W62 N573 Washington Avenue
Cedarburg, WI 53012
(262) 375-3550

Franklin Victorian Bed & Breakfast
220 East Franklin St
Sparta, WI 54656
(608) 366-1427

Old Rittenhouse Inn
301 Rittenhouse Ave., POB 584
Bayfield, WI
(888) 561-4667

Honeymoon in Wisconsin Outdoors

State Parks for Lovers

Consider spending your honeymoon camped next to a beautiful Wisconsin lake or in one of Wisconsin'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 Brunet Island State Park, Twelve Falls County Park, Wyalusing River State Park, or Kohler-Andrae 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 Wisconsin honeymoon ideas and information contact the Wisconsin Department of Tourism at 201 West Washington Avenue, P.O. Box 7976, Madison WI 53707-7976 Telephone: 608 266-2161.

Romantic Honeymoons in WI