Unique Places To Stay

Unique Places To Stay Across The UK

 

The Cutthorne Georgian Farmhouse

Cutthorne may be a Georgian farmhouse at the guts of a 25-acre estate, in its own private valley on Exmoor. There are three rooms within the main house offering B&B and dinners, and two cottages, each sleeping up to four, whose residents also can take meals within the main house. Two miles from the closest village, the house has its own trout lake, and fabulous walks all around. Food is a highly important and crucial part of a stay: wonderful slap-up breakfasts of local meats and seasonal fruits, and packed lunches.

More info on Cutthorne Here > www.cutthorne.com

The Kale Pot Cottage, North Yorkshire

Few things are more romantic than staring up at a starlit sky, and Kale Pot – a converted 18th-century barn tucked down a small road on the North York Moors – has nothing else near it to spoil the view. There are miles of forestry tracks ranging from the door of the cottage, but it’s tempting to only crack open a bottle, stir up the barbecue and let complete silence wash over you. the sole neighbors are Capreolus capreolus.

More info on Cutthorne Here > www.northyorkmoorscottage.co.uk

The Rannoch Hotel, Scotland 

To get to this Hotel consider filling your Car with fuel, it’s a bit of a drive! You will find the nearest garage is whopping 16 miles away. The heart of Rannoch Moor is one of the most spectacular wildernesses in the UK, the hotel lies 6 miles from the nearest town, Kinloch Rannoch, This amazing Hotel is ideal for escaping from the world and just spending time out, there are lovely walks of every level from the front door, why not enjoy the local ale, relax in the Hotel. > www.moorofrannoch.co.uk

Tyncornel Bunkhouse, Wales 

It was only recently that electricity was recently installed at this youth hostel, during your stay you will get the feeling of being surrounded by nature. The Bunkhouse is a bit of a trek and around a mile from the nearest house. The nearest pubs and shops are at Llanddewi Brefi town, almost 7 miles away. There are two rooms with eight beds, camping facilities, and a dining room and self-catering facilities. The area is famous for bird watching, walking, and cycling. https://independenthostels.co.uk/

Penrhyn Cottage – Pembrokeshire 

Tucked away down a single track that passes through breathtaking part of National Trust land, Penrhyn cottage on the dramatic Strumble Head peninsula has no electricity – so old fashioned lighting is the only way to light the place.

This is a traditional split-level old stone cottage which is very cozily, its in a perfect position located for the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, where the long windy paths give plenty of possibilities of seeing seals and porpoises, along with the odd dolphin. It’s a remote place to go and stay but worth every penny once you are booked in.

Have a look > www.coastalcottages.co.uk