Have you ever wished to sleep in a tree, a cave or spend time with fishes? There are many of such unique and unusual places around the world that you can stay on your next holiday. In case you’re confused, or you’re not sure of where next to visit for your holidays and vacation. Schofield, an online holiday home insurance company has selected their favorite unique and unusual places that you can stay for next holiday.
Schofield carefully chose these unusual holiday homes to meet your needs so that you can have a memorable vacation. Do you wish to spend memorable time with your family on an island fort? or you want to have a romantic holiday in an underground cave, or you wish to get closer to nature in a bubble dome. This carefully selected list comprises some of the most interesting and unique places to stay.
Unique and unusual places for a stay over vacation:
Tree hotel – Luleå, Sweden
Secluded no man’s fort island at sea – England, Portsmouth
Bubble dome – Lough Finn, Ireland
Underground caves – Goreme, Turkey
Solar powered pure pod – Port Levy, Canterbury, New Zealand
Silo stay – Little River, Canterbury, New Zealand
Bamboo built house – Ubud, Indonesia
The indoor beach in a holiday home – Kent, England
Kolarbyn eco-lodge – Skinnskatteberg, Västmanland, Sweden
The Tree hotel based in Lulea, Sweden was opened in 2010 and offers six tree houses. Each house has its unique design both on interior and the exterior. The tree-hotel offers different options to choose from. The nearby Mirror cube, as the name suggests is a perfect cube in the trees with mirrored surfaces. All the houses provide wonderful secluded experience with amazing views.
No Man’s Fort
No Man’s Fort is a sea fort in the Solent, located in Portsmouth, England. This is one of the most secluded and alternative hotel venues in the United Kingdom. It is an island hotel with 23 spacious en-suite bedrooms, all with sea views. This island fort out at sea features historic tours, casual and formal dining, five bars, laser tag arena, restaurants, cabaret club, and rooftop hot tubs. No Man’s fort provides an atmosphere where you can sit back and relax in a nice location.
The Finn Lough Bubble Dome provides you with an entirely different experience to your regular camping trips. The main living space is the Bubble which is a spherical and transparent structure. With the bubble, you can get a direct view of the nature around you.
A visit to the Underground Cities of Cappadocia in Goreme, Turkey is a fascinating journey through time gone by. The major attractions of this place are the masses of sprawling tunnels and cave rooms just beneath the land of the living. The underground caves have a balcony where you can have a view of the beautiful mountains.
Solar powered pure pod
Solar Powered Pure Pod is based in Port Levy, Canterbury, New Zealand. There are different pure pods that you can choose from. All the pure pods are surrounded by great views and the fantastic New Zealand countryside.
A luxurious and unusual holiday stay awaits you at Silo Stay, Little River, New Zealand. The unique silo houses are fully equipped with luxury suites, satellite TV and kitchenette facilities.
Bamboo built house
The bamboo built house is located in Ubud, Indonesia. It is one of the unique and unusual holiday homes to stay. The environmental friendly homes are entirely built from bamboo. It is a truly unique way to experience Indonesia. The leaf-shaped house also features a swimming pool for relaxation and unwinding after a long day of exploring.
Indoor beach holiday home
The indoor beach holiday home is located in Kent, England. It is also known as the healthy indoor sun therapy home. The indoor beach home can accommodate up to thirteen people. It has seven bedrooms, a cinema room, Jacuzzi and an indoor beach.
It is based in Skinnskatteberg, Västmanland, Sweden. It is ideal for those who want to get back to nature. The Kolarbyn eco-lodge has no electricity, no showers, and no television.
Phil Schofield, Head of Inbound Marketing at Schofield commented:
“I like the idea of setting sail out to a private island and experiencing a fort out at sea. Surrounded by nothing but great views and being isolated for a peaceful and relaxing stay. Staying in a bubble dome also looks intriguing to experience.”
He also said:
“We found out last year that millennials tend to choose their holiday destinations based on how ‘Instagrammable’ the holiday pictures will look on social media. After searching through the most unique places you can go and stay over for a night’s vacation, the tree hotel, based in Sweden, ranked top of our list, closely followed by the fort out at sea. They both share interesting and characteristic features.”