New this week, 11 unique places to stay around the UK. There's a hexagon-shaped Essex hideaway, a stunning contemporary treehouse in Northumberland, a laid-back glamping site in a Norfolk meadow, an ultra luxurious Highland lodge and lots more.
Old Pilchard Works
Mousehole Penzance - Cornwall
Sleeps 2 per room
Bright and airy ensuite rooms with breakfast delivered each morning, set in the picturesque Cornish fishing village of Mousehole.
Calne - Wiltshire
Sleeps 2-6 per accommodation
Cosy glamping retreat with spacious shepherd's huts and cute bell tents in the Wiltshire countryside.
Shrewsbury - Shropshire
Glamping in luxurious safari lodges with a hot tub overlooking a traditional English vineyard and the Shropshire countryside.
Tollesbury - Essex
A converted hexagonal radar tower, surrounded by green fields with panoramic views of the Essex Marshes, perfect for couples and small families.
1a Ducks Walk
Richmond - London
Substantial six bedroom house in Richmond with modern amenities and direct Thames access from the pontoon in the garden
Indian Summer Tipis
Reepham - Norfolk
Sleeps 2 per tipi
Luxurious and authentic tipis set in an idyllic meadow in the heart of the Norfolk countryside, tranquil and romantic escapes for couples.
Pont-Y-Blew - Chirk
Idyllic riverside wooden shepherd's hut set in its own private paddock on the Welsh-English border.
The Wonder Wagon
Ciclain - Flintshire
Creatively converted trailer into luxury accommodation with an outdoor bath on a working farm in North Wales for a relaxing rural escape.
Beacon Hill Farm Treehouse
Morpeth - Northumberland
Stunning contemporary treehouse on the edge of the Northumberland Dark Skies Park.
The Black Bull
Sedbergh - Cumbria
Sleeps 2 per room
This charming inn boasts a location on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and a wonderful fusion of British, European, and Asian-inspired dishes.
Ben Luna Lodge
Inverness - Highlands of Scotland
Ultra-luxurious five bedroom lodge in the Scottish highlands, offering a range of activities and culinary experiences
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