Ashford Castle

Experience timeless romance at Ashford Castle, an 800-year-old Irish castle set within a 350-acre estate on the serene west coast of Ireland. With 83 exquisite rooms and suites, six restaurants, three bars, an award-winning spa, and 20+ outdoor adventures in lush gardens and woodlands, your enchanting honeymoon awaits. 


Hotel 41

Hotel 41’s exclusive boutique status, residents-only access, and private entrance opposite Buckingham Palace's Royal Mews promise an intimate and discreet honeymoon. From check-in with our signature scent to toasting with champagne, your new journey begins with unforgettable moments.


The Milestone Hotel & Residences

Experience London's bustling charm for your city honeymoon with fine dining, museums, nightlife, and parks to craft your dream beginning. Explore the capital from The Milestone, an iconic Kensington hotel with a red-and-white brick façade overlooking Hyde Park, making your stay truly unforgettable.


Hotel d'Angleterre

The Alps, especially Mont Blanc, have long been an artistic muse for Romantics such as Turner, Wordsworth, and Byron. Today, picturesque Geneva, often called the 'gateway to the Alps,' remains a place to kindle romantic passions. Hotel d'Angleterre, nestled on Lake Geneva's edge with breathtaking alpine views just a shuttle boat ride from Geneva's centre, marries culture and nature, sophistication and sublimity for an unforgettable honeymoon.


The Old Government House Hotel & Spa

Guernsey offers captivating contrasts in close proximity - from serene beaches to rugged cliffs, unpopulated countryside to the bustling Saint Peter Port. Honeymooners at The Old Government House, overlooking St Peter Port, will be spellbound by the same landscape that fuelled poetic inspiration for centuries.


The Duke of Richmond Hotel

Atop a gentle hill with parkland views, The Duke of Richmond is the perfect start for your dream honeymoon, just a stroll from St Peter Port. Built on the historic site of Guernsey's oldest hotel, our sun-kissed haven is steeped in island history.