When I travel I love looking for the “out of the ordinary” places. Something that will give me a unique experience. One way to do this is by finding unusual places to stay. Here is a list of out of the ordinary accommodations:
One of the exciting things about Great Britain is its royal history. Now you can live like a royal by staying in a Scottish castle.
The castle dates back to the 12th century and overlooks St Bridges Bay. You can choose from a bed & breakfast stay or reserve exclusive use.
Hever castle is a beautiful 13th century double-moated castle with a rich royal history. Hever was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII. After her death Hever was passed to another of Henry’s wives, Anne of Cleves. In 1903 the castle came into the possession of Waldorf Astor. The castle now offers luxury bed & breakfast accommodations in the Astor wing.
See a list of castles you can stay in throughout England and Scotland:
A Gypsy Wagon
Gypsy Wagon B&B
Set in the rural Suffolk countryside the Gypsy Wagon B&B provides guests a truly unique experience. Fresh eggs, Glos Old Spot/Berkshire pork and produce straight from the garden are available for guest to cook themselves over an open fire.
This charming bed & breakfast includes a ground floor circular sitting room with antique furniture and a roaring fire. The dining room is in part of the original warehouse which was built in 1713. The upstairs rooms and galleries have incredible views of the marhes and the sea.
A Secret Garden
Sleep on a cozy king size bed in a glass ceiling pod while enjoying amazing views odf the night sky. There is also an outdoor hot tub and BBQ. A Secret Garden takes glamping to a whole new level.