Are you looking for a amazing honeymoon destination that provides the added accessible amenities that you might need? From England to Iceland to Israel, you will love the 10 destinations below that have a strong commitment to serving you and creating an amazingly memorable honeymoon for you!

Relais Chateaus Chewton GlenHampshire, England
Hampshire, located on the southern coast of England, is a lovely destination for your honeymoon. You can enjoy the coastline or the high hills when you explore this region of England. The Bournemouth International Center holds exhibitions, concerts and plays throughout the year. There is the opportunity to participate in a cooking demonstration, a history lecture, and trips to museums. Be sure to visit to consider the many other attractions in Hampshire.

The Relais Chateaux Chewton Glen prides itself with rooms that accommodate the disabled. They have fitted the rooms with wider doors, lower switches and controls, and a multi-rail bathroom system. Suite #31 is specially geared to those who need more space in the rooms and extra features to make life a little easier. When there isn’t a ramp, the steps are low. The staff are trained to know how to serve. There are special features for the hearing impaired. There has been adjustment to the wardrobes and the pools to accommodate, as well as accepting service animals.

Cringletie squarePeebles, Scotland
Peebles is a market town surrounded by beautiful countryside. It a perfect place to relax and enjoy a leisurely honeymoon. If you enjoy fishing, hot air balloon rides, helicopter rides…or even spa treatment in your room! It’s all available here. It’s in the region of Edinburgh, so a trip from the county to the city is easy.

The Cringletie Country House Hotel is a wonderful hotel in Peebles. It has taken great care to make the hotel accessible to those with disabilities. Their rooms with ensuite bathrooms give ample space for wheelchair movement, including wheel-in showers. They provide disabled parking, wheelchair ramps, chair-lifts, and technical equipment for the hearing impaired. Cringletie Country House Hotel was featured as the Cover Story in Venture Magazine. In addition, Guardian named it as one of the Top Ten Accessible Hotels in the UK.

Hotel Jardines SquareTenerife
The Hotel Jardines De Nivarea is known are “one of the most luxurious in South Tenerife.” There are many places to explore in Tenerife…beaches, horseback riding, a dinner show, the Doll Museum, the Loro Theme Park and the Siam Water Park. Exploring the culture in any new area is always a highlight.

The Hotel Jardines De Nivarea itself offers a large variety of things to do. You can go shopping, eat at a number of restaurants, golf, enjoy a spa treatment, or relax on the beach. They have two pools, one is heated and one has fresh water and is surrounded by a garden. Their accessible rooms contain bathrooms with a roll in shower, wide doors and a choice of a ground floor room by the pool or by the gardens. There is a pool ramp for ease into the water. All room amenities apply as well, and your stay at the Hotel Jardines De Nivarea is sure to be wonderful!

Grand_Hotel_Reykjavik SquareReykjavik, Iceland
Iceland’s summers are endless with 24-hour sun. The weather can be unpredictable, which is sure to cater to any personal preference. Reykjavik is a great place to bird watch, fish, sea angle, horseback ride or swim. There’s even a choice to swim in hot spring water. They have an active nightlife, museums to explore and a wonderful culture to experience.

The Grand Hotel Reykjavik is situated in a quieter part of town, but with easy access to the center and the hub of activity. Its restaurant offers a varied menu, including authentic Icelander cuisine. It aims to serve the handicapped and offers the finest of hotel accommodations. Their lobby, guestrooms (including the bathrooms) are designed for wheelchair “barrier-free access”. They have easy to roll in showers and bathtubs with bars. Take advantage of the hotel spa and boutique to add to the luxury of this stay!

Hotel Chateau Laurier SquareQuebec, Canada
Why not start your honeymoon with tea at Chateau Frontenac in Quebec? Then check in to your room at the Hotel Chateau Laurier, who caters to the needs of the disabled. As a special bonus, if you reserve ahead of time and explain your needs, they will give you free internet! While in Quebec, explore Old Quebec, take a ride on the Levis Ferry or enjoy the Basicas Citadel where you may be able to observe a military ceremony. An absolute must and a beautiful scenic area to visit is the Montmorenay Falls.

The hotel itself is equip with elevators with vocal synthesizers and braille. The bathrooms in the rooms have showers or bathtubs with bench and ramps, arm supports and adapted shower heads. The rooms are clutter free to allow room for wheelchairs and have adjusted magic eye. Going to Quebec for your honeymoon is worth considering!

Disney Swan and Dolphin SquareOrlando, Florida
Disney World is always a lot of fun! Between Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Animal Kingdom, there’s a ton to do and you will never be bored! There are rides and exhibitions, parades, fireworks, shows and much more! Enjoy a character breakfast and have great photos to remember it by. Don’t forget about “It’s a Small World After All” or sampling the international cuisine at Epcot Center.

Disney World has put a lot of effort into helping those who are disabled to enjoy their experience. They have wheelchairs or ECVs available for rent. They offer designated viewing areas for parades and shows, Braille guides and maps, audio guides, assistive listening devices and sign language. There is designated handicapped parking areas, as well as many restrooms with handicapped options. There is a guidebook for guests with disabilities at Guest Relations and they welcome service animals. They work with something as simple as pen and paper for communication…or even sign language. There is a lot of helpful information on their website .

The Disney Wilderness Lodge, located on site, is a wonderful place to stay. Its unique towering lounge comes complete with an 82 foot tall fireplace! There are many options for your meals as well. They offer rooms for the disabled and you can contact the Lodge with your particular needs. If you prefer to stay outside the park, The Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel is a great place to stay and they offer discounts on their rooms. They also have rooms for the disabled, complimentary transportation to the parks, and the Mandera Spa.

Epic Guesthouse SquareCape Town, South Africa
Cape Town is full of things to do. There is anything from horseback riding to bird watching to wine testing. You can enjoy a cable car ride up Table Mountain, explore Robben Island, the District Six Museum or the infamous Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, one of the most magnificent botanical gardens in the world. There is shopping, swimming and the beach. Cape Town has an incredible variety of eating options, so you can try a number of different foods while on your honeymoon!

The Epic Guesthouse is situated in a village near Cape Town. It is set on property that affords beautiful views of the wetlands and mountains. It is truly a place where one can relax by the pool with a good book, or enjoy a glass of wine in the evening on the patio. The Guesthouse is set up specifically for those with wheelchairs. It is easy to maneuver around the entire house as well as the patio area. There are plenty of places to explore in the area, as well as heading to Cape Town, and shopping is within 3 km of the guesthouse.

The Epic Guesthouse has put together a youtube video tour for you to watch! It’s a fun way to see the guesthouse in its entirety and lure you into booking your honeymoon with them!

Nice Pool Villa Coconut Grove SquareHua Hin, Thailand
Check out the Hua Hin Newspaper ( for lots of information on what’s available in Hua Hin. They offer golf, watersports, the beach, parks, caves, waterfalls, winding roads with a variety of shops to explore, markets, music festivals, cooking classes, spa and massage and the lists goes on! There are palaces to explore, elephant rides to go on and elephant polo matches to watch!!! The festivals and nightlife are not to be missed…

The Nice Pool Villa Coconut Grove is 5 minutes from the town center and 5 minutes from the beach. It’s also close to the shopping mall. The Villa has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, and a fully equipped kitchen. The Master bedroom is tailored to your needs with an en suite bathroom complete with drop down shower seat and grips. There are the needed ramps, an accessible swimming pool and whirlpool with hoist and banister. The villa even comes with housecleaning services, and there is wheelchair accessible airport transfer and days trips on request. The Nice Pool Villa Coconut Grove is sure to give you a very memorable and awesome honeymoon!

Tel Aviv, Israel
Choosing Tel Aviv for your honeymoon means you are choosing a great place for exploring a part of the history and culture of Israel. There is the Tel Aviv Museum of art, the Nalagat Center, Jaffa Market, and the Neve Tzebek historic Jewish neighborhoods. Why not head down to the Old Tel Aviv Port area, which is full of cultural activity.

The David Intercontinental Tel Aviv offers a spa with a variety of massage and skin care options, pool, fitness center, and live entertainment. They have set up rooms especially to accommodate those with disabilities. They have installed bedside grab bars, panic buttons, sink and shower wheelchair access, adaptive devices for the hearing impaired, accommodation for guide dogs, accessible parking, wide doorways, Braille elevator buttons, raised room numbers, a pool with a ramp and staff who know sign language. All in all they are ready to make your stay a truly memorable one!

Maui, Hawaii
Just hearing the word “Hawaii” for many invokes a wonderful feeling of serenity and enjoyment. The weather and the scenery are idyllic. You can try making a lei, go to a luau or play a round of golf. Or better yet, why not go whale watching, take a helicopter ride, or visit the Hawaiian Aquarium? The Maui culture and its customs are worth exploring at the Maui Ocean Center.

Staying at the Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas allows you to participate in all those activities. All their villas are accessible to those with disabilities. There are roll in showers, bathtubs with grab bars, visual fire alarms, telephone and doorbell notification devices, portable communication kits, and wider doors. Their public areas are also set up to accommodate, as well as the pool, which contains a chair to lower guests into the water.