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WEDDINGS & HONEYMOON


LEFT: Crillon le Brave, Provence


RIGHT: Private dining at Beaches


a weekend break into something more special. They might choose to splash out on a swanky hotel – and Crillon le Brave in Provence is just the ticket. It’s only 40 minutes by car from Avignon, accessible on Eurostar or via dozens of low-cost flights from UK regional airports, and offers plenty of packages à deux. Not only can couples amble through its beautiful surroundings and enjoy all the good food and wine that comes with being in the French countryside, but the Crillon For Two package will also welcome them with a bouquet of flowers, a gift and bottle of Champagne on arrival. Next, they can take a tandem bicycle through nearby vineyards and olive groves, stopping for a Provencal picnic with rose wine, followed by a 60-minute massage and an exquisite meal prepared by head chef Jérôme Blanchet, served on a terrace overlooking Mont


Go in summer and it’ll double up as the family holiday, so they need not feel guilty about splashing out


Ventoux. In fact, if you’re not careful, it might even surpass the ‘real’ honeymoon. Book it: The Crillon for Two package starts at €830, for two people sharing a classic room for one night. A night’s B&B at the hotel starts at €340 per room. crillonlebrave.com Or try: Italy’s Amalfi Coast is perennially popular with honeymooners, but squeeze it into a mini-moon and you’ll rather miss the point of its laid- back Italian lifestyle. Instead, spend a more manageable weekend at Lake Como, or go for the ultimate foodie holiday in and


52 travelweekly.co.uk 7 June 2018


PICTURES: CAMILLE MOIRENC; STEVE SANACORE


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