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January 29, 2019

6 luxurious no-kids retreats that heal parent burnout

January 29th, 2019


Parenting is a emotionally fulfilling yet strenuous task requiring you put as much time on the clock as you can in your family. It requires a lot of sacrifices and important decisions to be made to make sure you give what is best for your child’s growth. In this vein, parents are especially the most susceptible to stress triggers in life since they can never check out of their roles. Such is why it’s important that given the chance, they should take time off and relax undisturbed, whenever they can. The following 6 destinations handpicked by Fayyaz Travels, in both North and South America are definitely the best, most remote places in which parents can unwind and take a break. You know it’s time to call your nanny!


1. Dreamcatcher Bed & Breakfast in Idaho

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The first rule of visiting the Dreamcatcher Bed & Breakfast at Teton Valley, Idaho, is that they do not admit guests aged 18 and below. This means that you are not allowed to take your kid with you. So you guessed it: this destination is perfect for parents who have the luxury of help to care for their newborn while they are away. Here, you can expect to wake up to the view of the famous Rocky Mountains and enjoy their delicious gourmet breakfast as you unwind from the rigors of parenting. This childfree vacation will make you appreciate solace whenever you get the chance. The outdoor activities at Teton Valley run all year round, which means that couples will always have something to do together whenever they check in. Outdoor activities include hiking, cycling, golfing during dry seasons, while skiing and snowboarding are available during winter. Teton Valley is also well known for its fly fishing and whitewater river rafting, so be sure to dip your toes in the water!

2. Ventana Campground in California

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The Ventana Campground in Big Sur redefines glamping for couples and is one of the best childfree resorts in California. You will enjoy a lot of the adult privilege involving poolside bars, a fitness clubhouse with yoga studios and full-service spas. What’s great is that the Campground strictly enforces an adult-only policy, which means that there would never be spring breakers and frat-like parties spotted on their pine tree-lined site.

3. Antebellum Inn in Georgia

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Speaking of “we time,” there’s a place in Milledgeville, Georgia that has just about that. The Antebellum In is a Bed & Breakfast that goes way back. It was built in 1890 as a house for a judge and his family. There aren’t much to do in the inn itself, but there are a lot of things to do around the area that people below 17 years old would not appreciate like cultural heritage trips. Georgia’s Old Capital Museum and the Old Governor’s Mansion are some of the most visited places in Milledgeville.

4. Hotel Wailea in Hawaii


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New couples who wish to go a little bit further but stay under United States jurisdiction might want to consider Wailea, Hawaii. Hotel Wailea is one of the only childfree hotels in Wailea and Maui. The hotel has a strict age restriction of 15 and below, which means a newbie parent must plan this trip without their firstborn. Activities such as mixology courses, aerial silk and yoga classes, as well as canoe trips are some of the interesting things to do in Hotel Wailea. Plus, the hotel offers an access to a members-only section of the beach, which means you will likely be all adults in that area.


5. The Resort at Pedregal in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico


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If you had to prioritise parenting more than your marriage since day one, chances are you have not had time to really uncover the meaning of a honeymoon. Since you are set to travel to the other side of the world, why not enjoy a trip down to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico?, While here, check in at The Resort at Pedregal. Here you can live out your dream of eating fresh guacamole and sharing Corona beers with your partner all day long. This trip will be a perfect detox from the stress of parenting. Don’t forget to try out their ancient healing massage and herbal detox inspired by Mexican folk medicine..

6. GoldenEye Resort in Oracabessa, Jamaica


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Whenever you think about the Caribbean, the first thing that comes to mind is laying down by the beach sipping cocktails as you enjoy the clear beach view. It is also a perfect setting for honeymoons and couples-only vacations. The GoldenEye Resort in Oracabessa, Jamaica immerses couples in tropical nature. There are not that much activities for the kids in this resort which makes it better if you are a parent looking to take a break and unwind. The scenery alone is very relaxing and is best enjoyed with only your significant other. There are also a number of bars in the GoldenEye Resort, which will rekindle the nightlife maven in you.
Have your kids taken care of, but still don’t know where to go? Reach out to Fayyaz Travels to get the best of ideas for the ultimate couples vacation!


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about the author

Naressa Khan is all about beautiful, inspiring narratives. As a versatile writer, she ensures that stories come alive, whether as a brand book, a short essay, a lifestyle feature or even an ad copy. When not busy putting things into words, she loves to cook, travel, paint, and read. A caffeine addict, she is always down for a cup… or ten

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