The Best Honeymoon Destinations for Introverted Couples
If you’re an introvert, you probably want to avoid crowds of people on your honeymoon. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
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Honeymooning Without a Crowd
Weddings are typically very social events. All of that socialization can be taxing on even the most extroverted person, but for introverts it can be totally exhausting. Luckily, after the ceremony is over, you have the honeymoon to look forward to—and there are plenty of remote, calm places that are perfect for couples who just want to be alone together. We’ve pulled together some amazing locations, both domestic and abroad, that will make your introverted hearts sing.
Inn at Perry Cabin
St. Michaels, MD
There are many gorgeous places along Chesapeake Bay, but the small New England town of St. Michaels, Maryland may take the (wedding) cake. Stay at the Inn at Perry Cabin for the most beautiful, quaint hotel experience with a delicious on-site restaurant, as well as options to rent out boats and bikes. The Inn even has a pool and spa. Perry Cabin is also close enough to bike into St. Michael’s, where you can explore adorable restaurants and shops in the picturesque downtown.
San Diego, CA
San Diego has the most gorgeous beaches, delicious restaurants and resorts. I recommend staying at Rancho Valencia, which offers suites, villas and haciendas that are absolutely stunning and secluded. The resort offers tennis courts, a stunning yoga studio, two beautiful pools and on-site restaurants that are absolutely delicious. They’ll even leave fresh-squeezed orange juice on your doorstep. It’s also a short drive to lots of different beaches.
Game Creek Chalet
If you and your partner love skiing, look no further than Vail, Colorado. In addition to being perhaps the most gorgeous, quaint ski town, it offers accommodations that are romantically secluded. Stay at Game Creek Chalet for a scenic experience. Located 10,500 feet above Vail Village, the chalet has unmatched views. You can literally walk right out of your door and ski down the mountain, thereby completely skipping the ski lift. One of the coolest restaurants in Vail, Game Creek Club, is right next door, or you can ski into The 10th, which offers little slippers for you when you change out of your ski boots.
The Shore Club
Turks and Caicos
If beaches are your thing, look no further than Turks and Caicos. The Shore Club sits on Long Bay Beach, which is a stunning, secluded beach that’s only minutes from the Providenciales town center. The resort has four pools, as well as activities like kite boarding and boating excursions.
The Grand Hotel Tremezzo
Lake Como, Italy
Lake Como just may be the most peaceful place in the world. The Grand Hotel Tremezzo features stunning rooms that overlook the lake with private balconies. The hotel offers lake excursions and is very close to nearby Italian villages. You can also visit the neighboring towns of Lugano, Switzerland or Milan.
Helen Bay Lodge
Helena Bay, New Zealand
If you’re seeking the ultimate feeling of seclusion, look no further than Helena Bay, New Zealand. Helena Bay Lodge features four private beaches and intimate coves where you can avoid people while living it up in the lap of luxury. The resort is situated on 800-acres of land, which you can explore with Polaris 4WD Rangers at any point during your stay. You can also chill on the beach, go diving, or take a helicopter or mountain biking tour.