You don't need to get on a plane to have an unforgettable break...
Affordable, interesting and easy to book… Hotels are out and Airbnb properties are definitely in.
Whether you want to escape to a Medieval castle for a week, spend the night under the stars in a Shepard’s Hut, or even pull pints for the weekend in a converted pub, no location is off limits.
These are the very best Airbnb properties available in the UK….
The incredible Rise Hall is the stuff period drama dreams are made of. Set in 27 acres of landscaped grounds, the Hall is surrounded by idyllic countryside and has outstanding views. Mr Darcy not included. £100 per night.
Step inside this super cute countryside hut for an unforgettable weekend under the stars. Enjoy water views of Falmouth Bay and spectacular sunsets over the fields and orchards of Tregaminion. Magic. £100 per night.
Set in acres of wildflowers in the beautiful Dyfi Valley, Biosphere the Boatel is probably one of the most unusual living spaces out there. As well as a comfy double, there’s a functioning kitchen and living space. £45 a night.
These luxurious pods make the perfect base for exploring the stunning Isle of Skye. £75 per night.
This one is something really special. Stay right in the heart of London in St Pancreas’ Clocktower in this immaculate guest house. The apartment sits in Sir George Gilbert Scott’s gothic revival railway hotel building from 1868. An ideal base for exploring the city. £150 per night.
Turrets, tudor panelling, gothic windows, it’s all here. Like stepping into a fairytale! £160 a night.
Game of Thrones fans rejoice – you can now stay in a dragon-themed, Medieval-style house. Here’s an opportunity to conduct your own exploration of a previously uncharted property, meaning its not been available to stay in before. £160 per night.
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