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Tours Guide You To Visit the Best East Coast Honeymoon Vacations

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Jun 6, 2017
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

Planning your East Coast weekend or holiday vacation, you may need the tours guide you to visit the best East Coast Honeymoon Vacations.

East Coast Honeymoon Vacations


Martha’s Vineyard - Menemsha Inn & Cottages

Plan a honeymoon to the Menemsha Inn and Cottages, a beautiful inn tucked away in the 300-year old fishing village of Menemsha, on the isolated island paradise of Martha’s Vineyard.

Steeped in history and surrounded by incredible seascapes, this award-winning seaside retreat will leave lasting memories. Capturing the quintessential ambiance of Menemsha, 16 charming rooms are beautifully furnished with plush, cottage-style décor in warm, natural tones, crisp linens and breath-taking views.

A wood-burning fireplace promises cozy nights and a sunny breakfast room with outdoor deck is the perfect way to start the day. Two nearby restaurants serve delicious fare – savor succulent seafood and clam chowder over beautiful sunsets at The Home Front, or enjoy a romantic fine-dining affair in an intimate setting at the Beach Plum Inn Restaurant.

Keep up your workouts at the fitness center or on the tennis courts, take a morning yoga class, or ride the bikes to the Aquinnah /Gay Head cliffs. Spend the day swimming and relaxing on the spectacular private beaches of Lucy Vincent and Squibnocket. Rooms start at $235 per night.

East Coast Honeymoon Vacations

The Berkshires - Stonover Farm

Nestled in the heart of the Berkshires, Stonover Farm is a beautiful bed and breakfast that offers a luxurious country escape. Overlooking a glassy pond and surrounded by acres of rolling lawns and thick forests, the estate has three types of lodging, ranging from luxurious suites in the main house, to separate cottages for couples and families.

Plush décor, cozy fireplaces and contemporary amenities create a charming home-away-from-home appeal. After a delicious breakfast overlooking the duck pond in the sunny breakfast room, guests can relax by the open fireplace with a book from the well-stocked library. Cheese and wine is served in the late afternoon, while the magnificent grounds call for a tranquil stroll.

Visit nearby attractions such as the Hancock Shaker Village, the Norman Rockwell Museum or the Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, which offers wonderful hiking trails. Catch the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s classical, pop and jazz performances under the stars in the summer. Rooms start at $385 per night.