6 Incredible Vacation Rentals Perfect for a Honeymoon Getaway

Posted by Adam Warner

Thanks to a variety of terrific vacation rental websites, newlyweds can easily find top-notch accommodations for their honeymoon that aren't necessarily hotels and resorts. For a little honeymoon inspiration, check out six of our favorite listings across the globe, including a treehouse rental in Georgia and a luxury villa in Bali that you must see to believe.

Secluded Intown Treehouse (Atlanta, Georgia)


A relaxing, romantic, and dreamy getaway spot in the heart of Atlanta. The treehouse consists of 3 separate rooms, each connected by rope-bridges.

Quinta da Moura (Penafiel, Douro, Portugal)


A gorgeous restored country house located right on the banks of the Douro River. Also features a saltwater pool, jacuzzi, expansive terrace, wood burning stove in the kitchen, and plenty of country flavor.

Amazing Loft in Central Paris (Paris, France)


This romantic loft is a terrific choice for newlyweds visiting Paris. Highlights include a huge fireplace in the living room, stylish furniture, and fully-equipped kitchen.

Private Villa (Ubud, Bali, Indonesia)


Nestled in village rice fields, this stunning villa is just 10 minutes from the cultural hotspot of Ubud. The property is also equipped with a private plunge pool, four poster king beds, and a yoga terrace offering views of Mount Agung.

Cave House (Santorini, Greece)


Situated in the village of Oia, this magnificent retreat is built directly into the ancient volcanic rock of the island. Highlights include a private outdoor hot tub facing the Caldera, large outdoor terrace, daily breakfast provisions, and a super convenient location.

The Seashell House (Isla Mujeres, Mexico)


On top of its unique interior and exterior design, this famous house comes with a private pool, king beds, WiFi, air-conditioning and breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea.

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