'GMA' List of the Day: Most Romantic Spots in the U.S. from Bride's Guide
Check out the Bride's Guide's picks for the most romantic honeymoon spots.
March 25, 2011— -- The Bride's Guide pulled together a list of the most romantic places to spend your honeymoon in the U.S. Check to see if your favorite spot made the list.
Step into the romance of an Edith Wharton novel with a stay at this resorted Newport mansion perched above the Cliff Walk, an oceanside pathway that winds among the historic homes. The pretty gardens have beautiful sea views, as do most of the guest rooms. Each is individually appointed in varying periods, most have decadent baths, which butlers draw on request. The Spiced Pear restaurant offers local New England specialties such as lobster and scallops.
Live out your Silver Screen fantasies with a stay at this grande dame. The Rodeo Drive adjacent hideaway offers all the pampering for which the Four Seasons brand in known the privacy of a residential enclave. Rooms offer city views, ultra plush bedding and deep soaking tubs. The Culina restaurant has an A-List menu and clientele.
Natchez Mississippi, on the banks of the great river, was never involved in the Civil War, so it has more buildings on the historic register than any other place in the United States. Antebellum homes have been refashioned into guesthouses offering Southern hospitality and cooking. One such spot is the 30-room Monmouth Plantation circa 1818. Locally sourced antiques and a top-secret mint julep recipe are accompanied by modern conveniences like WiFi.