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Are you looking to book a Minimoon Getaway?

Then why not check out Scotland? Check out these must-see Scotland destinations

If you’re dreaming of and planning for the perfect honeymoon, you may consider going on a minimoon before the more extravagant and expensive honeymoon. From romantic castle hotels to exploring Scotland’s natural wonders, VisitScotland has created a list of Scotland minimoon ideas for every type of couple.

Here are some of their favourites:

Have the ultimate fairy-tale experience

Atholl Palace screams romance as each room is complete with its own unique furnishings, and all boast spectacular Pitlochry scenery. Not only does the hotel feature great views but there is also the chance to make your mini-moon trip even more magical during the autumn months by immersing yourself in the multi-award winning light and sound experience, The Enchanted Forest in Faskally Woods. Whilst there you can also enjoy all the leisure facilities such as the swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna or simply relax in our inviting lounge areas with real log fires.

Take in Uig Bay's stunning coastal scenery

A beach lover's dream! There is nothing more magical than a beach holiday in Scotland, whatever the weather. Perched above the incredible Uig Bay with its picturesque views, white sandy beaches and dazzling turquoise waters to rival the Caribbean, Beach Bay Cottage will certainly make your mini-moon break one to remember! It is the ideal location for a romantic break away and has a sauna and Jacuzzi bath just to add to add to your romantic weekend.

Go on a romantic summer getaway

Awarded the best wedding venue in Britain by Harper's Bazaar, Achnagairn Castle opens its doors during the summer months as a boutique hotel, giving couples the chance to indulge in a spot of luxury before heading back to the busy bustle.

If ever you decide to minimoon or visit Scotland in general, I recommend you check out They provides information and inspiration to all potential visitors so that you get the best out of your visit to Scotland


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