Why bother staying in a standard hotel when you can be more adventurous and have the option of lots of unusual places to stay in the UK? By unusual, I’m talking about some very unique places where you wouldn’t usually stay.
From a safari tent, gothic castle, old prison, capsules to a military fort there’s no doubt a place on this list you’re bound to want to stay at. The prices of these accommodations vary, but they are definitely worth a stay.
The Most Unusual Places To Stay In The UK
Restored 17th-Century West Sussex Barn
This stunning 17th-century barn is located in the beautiful South Downs National Park, The Barn at Roundhurst is a gorgeous bed and breakfast barn that is surrounded by such lush gardens and orchards. The barn includes luxury beds and has a total of six bedrooms. Every stay at this barn includes a tasty meal packed with local and seasonal produce grown at the property itself.
Safari Tents, Tipis, Geodomes and Hobbit Pods in North Yorkshire
Camp Kátur has it all. Whether you’re looking for a retreat that’s relaxing, adventurous or both, the accommodation here suits everything. The unusual place to stay is set in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside and accommodation varies from safari tents, tipis, geodomes
A Converted Prison in Oxford
Spending a night in a Victorian prison is definitely an experience. The Malmaison Oxford is a unique accommodation
A Capsule in London
Located in Central London, St Christopher’s Inn Village the UK’s award-winning accommodation for the first capsule hostel offers guests a choice of private and shared dorms. Each capsule bed is fitted with USB ports, stylish mood lighting and curtains for extra privacy.
A Gothic Castle in Edinburgh
It might not look stunning from the exterior, but as soon as you enter The Witchery, a gothic castle located in Edinburgh, you’ll be faced with stunning over-the-top furnishings. This accommodation features only nine rooms which are all individually designed with walk-in dressing rooms, velvet lined walls
A Military Fort in Solent
If you’re looking for a true isolated stay, then this Military Fort located in Solent might be your answer. It’s a deserted private island featuring its own lighthouse, cabaret bar and laser tag arena. The fort has stunning views across the water. The No Man’s Fort consists of 23 individually decorated bedrooms. With the various activities available such as water sports and boat rides, you’ll enjoy every moment of your stay.
The Brochs of Coigach
The Brochs of Coigach feature two Iron Age drystone houses in Scotland’s greatest landscape. Each broch has its own special features such as underfloor heating, a sauna, spacious bedrooms, living rooms and dining areas.
A Titanic Boat in Liverpool
Located in Albert Dock, this stunning luxurious Titanic boat has been specifically designed to resemble the famous Titanic ship. This beautifully designed accommodation sleeps up to nine people. It’s also a very short walk from the Liverpool One shopping centre.
A Tree Lodge in Yorkshire Dales
This beautiful woodland tree lodge is located in a peaceful, rural location in Yorkshire Dales with sweeping views across the valley. The Swinton Bivouac sleeps up to seven people with the beds arranged over three tiers, accessed by ladders.