Newly Added

New to Host Unusual: Howgills Hideaway, The Green House, Seacombe and Wye Glamping

26 March 2017

Four unique new holiday destinations have arrived here atHost Unusual and we are delighted to announce them to you. Choose from cute ecopods set between the Lakes and the Dales, a remote seaside house with hot tub oppositethe Isle of Skye, a RIBA award-winning contemporary haven on the Devon coast anda cosy Welsh glamping retreat with a truly stunning backdrop. They are all justwaiting to be booked and experienced, so don’t delay!

Howgills Hideaway

Howgills-Hideaway.jpg
As part of a new site last year the excellent eco pods atHowgills Hideaway have a brilliantly fresh look and feel.  These uniquepods are the perfect getaway to escape from the world, cutely clad in timberand with unbeatable views out to the majestic Howgill Fells.  They alsosleep up to 4 so are a brilliant idea for a family break in a stunning naturalsetting. The Fells enjoy a perfect strategic position between the Lake Districtand Yorkshire Dales, so you are really spoilt for choice when it comes toplaces to explore!
The Green House

Green-House.jpg
Picture a secluded and rustic house with wood-burning hottub, perched overlooking a serenely beautiful loch and the Isle of Skyeopposite; a landscape whose colours seem to change subtly throughout the courseof the day. If this sounds like your idyll of choice then The Green House isperfect for you. Romantic, scenic and the ideal place to fully appreciatenature; the owners can also organise bespoke adventures at sea to help you furtherexplore the blissful surroundings.

 
Seacombe
Seacombe.jpg
Another seaside escape, this time on the south coast inDevon at Seacombe – a true one-of-a-kind.  Architecturally designed withhuge floor-to-ceiling windows to give panoramic sea views, the property has wontwo RIBA awards.  The cinema room accessed through an opening bookcase isone of the unique features and the furnishing is of an exceptional standardthroughout, with underfloor heating and integrated sound system too. Ventureout and you’ll find yourself in the heart of a scenic Area of OutstandingNatural Beauty and gorgeous coastal paths. 
Wye Glamping
Wye-Glamping-yurt.jpg
Nestled in one of Wales’s most beautiful spots with abackdrop of the majestic Brecon Beacons, Wye Glamping (as the name suggests) isclose to popular Hay-on-Wye.  This idyllic off-grid glamping spot is hometo a spacious yurt and four bell tents, all finished with comfort in mind andsome luxurious touches to transport you far from away the traditional notion ofcamping!  Wood-burning stoves, rugs, cushions, comfy duvets, and your ownsheltered kitchen area and luxury shower room; Wye Glamping takes the campingexperience to a completely different level.

Latest
Posts

Swipe left
to find out more

10 of the Best Year-Round Dog-Friendly Beaches in Cornwall

Whether you’ve got two legs or four, a beach holiday is guaranteed to inspire excitement. But when you’ve got a...

Purrfect Pet-Friendly Stays for You and Your Four-Legged Friends!

Since April is National Pet Month, who better to write this summary of pet-friendly stays than an unusually well-travelled cat?...

Presenting Our Most Unusual Conversions for Awe-Inspiring Holidays!

There’s a special thrill to be had in staying somewhere extraordinary, which is one of the reasons why we love...

The Dos (and Don’ts!) of Planning a Large Group Holiday

With everyday life always so rushed and hectic, there’s nothing like downing tools and taking a well-deserved holiday with your...

Fifteen of the Best Unusual Stays for Large Groups

Remember those fun sleepovers you enjoyed as a kid? The ones where everybody ate sweets until they felt sick, then...