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England's Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay


England's Odd Inns  and Restaurants - Riverboat, Yurts, Tipi's and Treehouses        

A Room for London - A Riverboat Apartment in London, England

"A Room for London" - A Riverboat  in London, England
This riverboat rental apartment was modeled after a riverboat that travelled to the Congo in the nineteenth century and features a pyramidal steel mast. This riverboat called "A Room for London" is a major collaboration between Living Architecture and Artangel, in association with Southbank Centre. Designed by David Kohn Architects in collaboration with Fiona Banner, it was the winning entry in an open competition to create a room on one of the most visible sites in the British capital, where up to two people at a time could spend a unique night in an exemplary architectural landmark. This is a temporary apartment which was only supposed to last for one year and now is taking booking for 2014.  Complete Story, Photos, and Video

   

The Treehouse at the Alnwick Garden in Northumberland, England

The Treehouse at the Alnwick Garden in Northumberland
The beautifully hand crafted Alnwick Garden Treehouse is built from sustainably sourced Canadian cedar, Scandinavian redwood and English and Scots pine. It sits high in the treetops in a copse of mature lime trees and looks as if it’s been there forever. There are walkways in the sky and wobbly rope bridges for bouncing on, all accessible by wheelchair and buggy. On the Treehouse’s deck there’s the Roost, one of The Garden’s education rooms, which shows films and hosts activities at certain times of the year. At the heart of the Treehouse is one of the most beautiful and unique restaurants to be found anywhere in the world. There’s a roaring log fire in the center of the room, trees growing through the floor, handcrafted furniture and screens created from fallen branches. Most importantly, the locally-inspired food is delicious.
Complete Story and Photos

   

Into the Woods Treehouse

Into the Woods Treehouse on the Isle of White

In this treehouse, everything is provided to enhance your stay. Smart bedlinen, fluffy towels, beach towels, soap and shower gel, as well as basic kitchen ingredients. There is plenty of storage under the beds, and many useful hooks and shelves – but don’t bring too much luggage – this is still a step up from glamping – though in comfort and style ! The Living House comprises one lovely timber clad room with kitchen area, dining table and benches, and sofa - and is heated with a cosy wood burning stove. French doors lead out onto a sunny decking area for al fresco eating and relaxing! The Sleeping House comprises 2 bedrooms, and a bathroom. The Master bedroom can be made up as either a King size bed, or 2 singles. The bunk room has 2 enclosed bunks, plus there is secret additional sleeping space for 1/2 adventurous extras!    Complete Story and Photos

   

Deepdale Backpackers Hostel Tipi

Deepdale Backpackers Hostel, Yurts and Tipis in Norfolk
Escape the beaten track and the smog of the big city to this wonderfully chilled out independent backpackers hostel in the heart of Burnham Deepdale on the North Norfolk Coast. This beautiful village is by the sea in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’*. Open All Year, for Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter accommodation. The North Norfolk Coast is a backpackers paradise offering watersports and outdoor activities of every sort, beautiful beaches and historical buildings, so you can be as active as you want. Of course you might just like to chill out and relax in our award winning backpackers hostel or try one of our superb local pubs serving local beers and excellent seafood! It doesn't have to be this way with the new genre in luxury, comfortable camping and campsites.   
Complete Story and Photos

   

 











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