Unique Places You Can Rent for Your Next Holiday
Millennials choose their holiday destinations on how ‘Instagrammable’ they are, but how about what you stay in? Following on from our research into holiday habits, we have created a list of the top 9 unique and unusual places you can stay. From tree houses, to a fort, now you can choose your accommodation on its ‘Instagrammability’.
Thankfully, we have collated our favourite unique and unusual places to stay so you don’t have to. Whether you want a romantic break in an underground cave, to relax with friends and family on an island fort, or to escape to nature in a bubble dome, this list has some of the most extraordinary places you can rent.
We’re all attracted to new experiences and original things to see and do. Whether you’re wanting to tick off those bucket list dreams or are looking to book an exclusive place to break away with your partner, friends or family, we have chosen the top unique places you can stay.
Unique holiday homes:
Tree hotel – based in Luleå, Sweden. There are many options to choose from here, like the mirror cube, the UFO and the 7th room. All of which are completely unique and are up high in the trees, providing a secluded experience with spectacular views.
Tree hotel – Luleå, Sweden.
Underground caves – based in Goreme, Turkey. This spacious underground cave has a balcony which overlooks beautiful mountain views.
Underground caves – Goreme, Turkey.
Bubble dome – based in Lough Finn, Ireland. A completely different experience to your usual camping trips, the bubble house has see-through walls, allowing you to come face to face with nature.
Bubble dome – Lough Finn, Ireland.
No man’s fort out at sea – based in Portsmouth, England. This private island fort out at sea has 23 bedrooms, its own laser tag arena, historic tours, house parties, restaurants and great all-round accommodation.
Secluded no man’s fort island at sea – England, Portsmouth.
Solar powered pure pod – Port Levy, Canterbury, New Zealand. There are many pure pods to choose from, all of which are surrounded by great views and the fantastic New Zealand countryside.
Solar powered pure pod – Port Levy, Canterbury, New Zealand.
Silo stay – based in Little River, New Zealand. These unique silo houses are fully kitted out with satellite TVs, luxury suites and kitchenette facilities.
Silo stay – Little River, Canterbury, New Zealand.
Bamboo built house – based in Ubud, Indonesia. This environmentally friendly home entirely built from bamboo is a truly unique way to experience Indonesia. This leaf shaped house also features a swimming pool to relax and unwind in after a long day of exploring.
Bamboo built house – Ubud, Indonesia.
Indoor beach holiday home – Kent, England. Known as the healthy indoor sun therapy home, the indoor beach home can sleep up to thirteen people and has seven bedrooms, a cinema room, jacuzzi and of course, an indoor beach.
Indoor beach in holiday home – Kent, England.
Kolarbyn eco lodge – based in Skinnskatteberg, Västmanland, Sweden. For those who want to get back to nature, the Kolarbyn eco lodge has no electricity, no showers, and no TV.
Kolarbyn eco lodge – Skinnskatteberg, Västmanland, Sweden.