This treehouse might appeal to the inner child, but rest assured the interiors are made for grown-ups. Perched among the trees, the circular cedarwood den is warmed by a wood-burning stove and features solar-powered lighting, fluffy bathrobes and a widescreen TV plus DVD player and bluetooth speakers. You could embark on one of the many walks through ancient woodlands, or just hole up in the trees like a boujie Tarzan. There's also a lovely decking space to get some morning forest air from. Getaways don't get much more idyllic than this, and to make the trip even more perfect – it's just a 45 minute drive away from the M25. Turns out there really can be nature on the doorstep, even in London.
Dust off that suitcase: holidays are on the cards again! Especially in and around the UK. Yesss you might be hankering for a post-lockdown escape somewhere tropical and warm (and who isn't!) but given this whole panasonic or whatever it's called isn't yet fully over, self-catered accommodation within the UK is a fantastic way to get about and explore new places, whether you're looking for an alpine Airbnbs or summery campsites.
There's actually quite a variety of climates and environments to discover on this little island, whether you decide to hit up gorgeous coastlines like Pembrokeshire in the summer, wander around the Lake District in that Romantic autumn, or curl up in the Highlands for winter. Realising just what choice is on this very island is quite exciting. Countryside, forests, secluded sandy beaches, there are endless opportunities to explore and relax right here.
Of course, more people than ever are planning holidays in the UK this year. The most popular locations are already filling up. So, if you want to go on holiday soon, it’s worth making plans. RIP spontaneity. Luckily, to save you precious time, we’ve rounded up some of the best Airbnbs across England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
Airbnb can be your key to discovering everything the UK has to offer. Not only does it offer a wealth of quirky alternatives to a more traditional hotel (sleeping in a treehouse, anyone?!) but you’ll often get tips from hosts on great and lesser-known things to do in the area. It's usually a whole lot cheaper too.
We’ve found some real stunners for you here. From an otherworldly Scottish castle and a seafront retreat on the unspoilt beaches of Northern Ireland, to an elegant flat in Bath and a romantic riverside cabin in Cornwall. So without further ado, here’s our round-up of the very best Airbnbs in the UK.
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