Scotland's capital offers Michelin-star dining, stunning views of the Pentland Hills, majestic castles, and a variety of museums to explore. From Edinburgh, the perfect base for a Scotland honeymoon, you can day trip to major sites easily, such as Loch Ness. Time your visit for a major event such as the Edinburgh Festival, and you'll see some world-class musical and comedic performances. The city is home to some of the best restaurants and pubs in Scotland.
Breathe in the fresh air and relax in the Scottish Highlands' gorgeous mountain scenery. Stay in a quaint cottage far from the city and spend quality time with your beloved. Explore ancient castles, eat at country pubs, and go for walks in the majestic Highlands. In the summer months, attend country fairs, musical festivals, and the famous Highland Games, and sample delicious local food such as haggis, black buns, and wood-smoked haddock. Take a honeymoon road trip to the area's stunning lochs, such as well-known Loch Ness and storied Loch Lomand. There are plenty of places to stay on the sides of the lochs as well.
Adventurous couples can look forward to an unforgettable honeymoon in Fort William. Cottages on the side of the loch are the perfect honeymoon accommodations, offering stunning views of the mountains and water. Fort William is the start of the West Highland Way and Great Glen Way hiking trails. The town can be used as a base for exploring Ben Nevis and the surrounding mountains. For a romantic night out in town, check out its traditional dining choices and handful of cosy pubs.
Visit this remote island to escape from day-to-day life on your honeymoon. The island's many legends, ancient castles, and charming villages make it truly romantic. Explore the island by car or spend your days walking the many scenic trails through the rugged landscapes. Stay in a secluded, romantic cottage on the wild moors of this windswept island, or head to the town of Portree to browse its variety of shops.