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A is for August Availability! Book a Last Minute Quirky Summer Getaway

3 July 2020

As the tourism industry prepares to open its doors this weekend, there has been a rush to book up UK staycations, meaning it can be tough to find availability for the summer.
We’ve done the hard work for you, and picked out some stunning Airbnb breaks that have August 2020 availability – but don’t delay, as they are booking up fast now that the secret is out! Choose from small but perfectly formed tiny houses, grand historic towers, charming converted carriages, cosy wooden cabins and even a floating tree sphere!
 Main image: Butley Priory | Suffolk

Oswestry Church

Oswestry, Shropshire, England
A cool celestial conversion by the Welsh border, ideal for group breaks in a lively setting filled with art, style and colour.
Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 8
From
£150 / night

Towed Town Camping

Bristol, England
A fun and quirky indoor campsite with stylish vintage caravans, set in the heart of Bristol's thriving creative hub.
Bedrooms: 5 caravans
Sleeps: 2-3 per caravan
From
£48 / night

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