Condé Nast Traveler recently rounded up ten of the honeymoon destinations—”from a new bolthole in Nantucket to a luxurious tent in the Botswana bush”.

Here’s what they had to say about Nantucket, which they considered “The New England hideout”;

Nantucket exudes New England charm, beckoning newlyweds with its quaint cobblestone streets, fetching cedar-shingled cottages, and boutique accommodations. Life House, Nantucket (from $339) opened in August in the historic Century House, the island’s oldest continually operated inn. The coastal Federal-style retreat has 14 guest rooms with pillow-laden window seats, decorative fireplaces, and ceramic tile rain showers painted to look like a botanical garden. Locally bottled cocktails are served in the galley-style kitchen, while high tea is taken in a bohemian garden lounge kitted out with rattan seating and fringed umbrellas.

There’s plenty to explore on the island, too—strolling the mile-long ‘Sconset Bluff Walk to one of Nantucket’s three lighthouses, sampling the legendary chocolate-iced donuts at the 85-year-old Downyflake, cozying up for an intimate dinner at Cru Oyster Bar or The Chanticleer, and chartering a sunset yacht tour via Nantucket Mermaids“. 

Read the full story here – The Best Honeymoon Ideas for Every Type of Couple

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Belmore was born in Providence, Rhode Island; grew up and graduated high school in Coventry, Rhode Island; and lived in Newport, Rhode Island for more than ten years. He currently serves as Vice President of the Board Of Directors for Fort Adams Trust and on the Board of Directors for Potter League For Animals.

He and his wife, Jen, as well as their two dogs (Aero and June), recently moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Belmore travels back and forth to Newport every couple of weeks to cover events, work on story ideas, to meet with What'sUpNewp's on-the-ground contributors, to visit friends, and to eat as much seafood as possible.

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