New to Host Unusual: Historic Retreats, Gorgeous Glamping, Beachside Boltholes and More
With springtime on the horizon, we can't wait to celebrate everything that makes the Great Outdoors so very great!
That means you'll find plenty of fresh-air-filled escapes in our latest collection.
These range from the amazingly unique retreats at Westley Farm Glamping - each one nestled in its very own dell - to The Bolthole, a super-cool Victorian railway carriage secluded on the beach at Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve.
The Bide, an expertly styled contemporary cabin in Dorset, offers two lucky guests a rural retreat with cutting edge facilities, new sustainable technologies and a wood-fired hot tub for stargazing.
Last but by no means least, if you enjoy a side helping of history with your holiday, The Tower at Dollarbeg Castle dates all the way back to the 13th century. You'll feel like a character in a fairytale, yet with modern delights that include a bespoke cinema room, there's no need to miss out on 21st century comfort.
We've got so much more to show you - including an award-winning architect-designed haven on Cornwall's Camel Estuary, and a glass-and-steel lodge with designer furniture and exceptional Cotswolds views.
Come and see!
Author: Nina Jervis
Main image: The Bide | Dorset, Jake Balston