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30 best babymoon breaks

It's become something of a trend for mums-to-be to head off on holiday in the months before having their first baby. It's a time to relax and enjoy the company of your partner, friend or relative before the imminent joy and chaos that a new arrival brings. The calm before the storm, if you will.

From chilled coastal spas to urban oasis breaks, romantic cottage retreats and foodie weekends in the country, here's our pick of the best babymoon escapes around.

Click on an image to launch the gallery and let us know your favourite babymoon breaks in the comments below or on Twitter.

Prices quoted per room, per night unless stated otherwise. Words: Anna Brech

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