Why Cornwall is the Perfect Honeymoon Spot

2 May 2016

The Atlantic Hotel loves welcoming couples on their honeymoon, and so we’re here to tell you why we think Cornwall is the perfect spot for a loved up vacation.

There’s Nowhere More Beautiful

If you’re looking to stay in England for your romantic getaway, there really is nowhere more beautiful than Cornwall. With gorgeous rugged coastline and white beaches there’s no better place to walk hand in hand in the sand with a loved one, or having a picnic atop a cliff top with panoramic ocean views.


We’re lucky to have some incredible places to stargaze. Head to a quiet spot, lay down a blanket and talk about the future looking at some of nature’s most incredible creations together. Even better, why not take a bottle of Champagne with you too?

It’s Relaxed

Cornwall has a reputation for being wonderfully relaxed and so why not spend some time somewhere that life moves a little slower and feel yourself chilling in the Cornish sunshine. Soak up the rays enjoying tea outside, swim with a view of the sea, and stroll into the town for a gentle wander.

Indulge in Eating

Cornwall’s known not just for it’s pasties, but also for it’s clotted cream and delicious ice cream. So why not join us for some exceptional cream teas, and enjoy some fresh local produce ranging from catch of the day fish to local veg and meats to get a true taste of country life.

Make Memories

Why just honeymoon here when you could say your vows and tie the knot here too? Our all inclusive £3,999 wedding package offers you the opportunity to have a luxury wedding with us for one simple price. Invite family and friends to enjoy the celebrations here in Cornwall, take some fabulous shots with breath-taking views, and then stay a while to enjoy your honeymoon – perfect! Take a look at our all-inclusive wedding package, here.

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