Looking to get creative with your next trip? Forget about booking a boring, bog-standard hotel room, then. Instead, set up camp in one of these weird and wonderful spots.
Unlike that non-descript hotel you last stayed in, the handsome 18th-century Cley Windmill is entirely worthy of a picture or two (like in our featured image by Duncan~).
A well-known local landmark, it looks over the famous Norfolk salt marshes to the quaint Blakeny Point. Sensitively converted, it’s now a simple, yet homely B&B.
There are many traditional Moroccan houses in the Marrakech medina (old, fortified town), but you’d be hard-pressed to find one as beautiful as Riad Mesc el Lil.
Not only lovingly restored and elegantly decorated, this 18th-century riad is an oasis of tranquillity tucked away down a cul-de-sac in the exclusive Mouassine district.
There are a lot of places out there calling themselves tree houses when they really shouldn’t be. In our eyes a tree house is not only made out of trees, but also sits high up in, well, a tree!
We’re talking cabins like the seriously cool and kooky bungalows in this ace backpacker spot in the beautiful Turkish wilds of Olympos.
The Beer Moth has to be one of the most unusual bedrooms in Britain. Once kept in a fire museum in Kent, this cleverly converted beast of a truck sits deep within the majestic grounds of an Edwardian country house (Inishriach House) in the Cairngorms National Park.
Inside there’s just enough room for a Victorian double bed, table, two chairs and a wood burner. In such a tranquil, remote spot, what else could you possibly need?
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