Going on a weekend away in the UK doesn’t have to be boring or unexciting. There are plenty of quirky locations you can explore that will be different to any place you’ve ever been. At first glance, the following locations may not seem so quirky. However, upon closer inspection, you’ll see that they are as unique as you can get!
You might recognise the name ‘Sherwood forest’ if you’re a fan of Robin Hood. Yep, this is where (or where it is said) the adventures of Robin and his merry men took place. If you want to soak up the atmosphere, you can rent a log cabin here complete with a hot tub.
London is so diverse, but there are lots of quirky places you can stay when visiting. Consider staying in Camden Town, a place where you’ll find all kinds of wares for sale, from unique jewelry to home made juices. You could even stay in Kentish town, a place full of vintage shops and character. Stay in one of the secret hotels of London to complete your stay. You’ll have a great time!
On a farm in Devon, you’ll find something called the Loveland Pod. It’s the perfect way to get back to nature, without getting too cold or uncomfortable. You’ll be amongst all of the farm animals and gorgeous foliage, but you’ll be able to go back to your warm, luxury pod whenever you like.
If you want some quiet alone time, you can’t get better than this luxury hut on Bodrifty farm. There’s a fully equipped kitchen, as well as a BBQ for when it’s warmer. Close by to some great amenities so you can explore when you like too.
There’s a converted truck on a farm in Pembrokeshire just waiting for you to make yourself at home. As well as enjoying farm life, you can take part in many activities including wild swimming and water wading.
There’s a converted chapel in Shropshire available to be rented out to guests. During your stay, you can take part in some amazing activities. There’s walking, cycling, archery, raft building and much more.
This has been a dream of many at one point or another; staying in a luxury treehouse! The harptree treehouse offers amazing views, as you can imagine. The bed is the comfiest out there, with a duck feather quilt and pillows. This place gives a whole new meaning to luxury camping.
You have lots of choice when it comes to Wales, but why not stay in a 60s style bus that’s been converted into a cosy place to stay? It’s right in the middle of some gorgeous scenery for you to explore.
With these quirky getaway locations, you don’t have to worry about getting bored or restless. Get back to nature yet enjoy a stay in luxury accommodation with one of the above suggestions.
Have you stayed at any of these places? Feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts!