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Unusual accommodations found in the UK

Unsual accomodations UK

Published: 11 June 2015

If big fancy hotels aren’t your cup of tea, try out these interesting and fun options for accommodation in the UK. Make your stay exciting by choosing one of these options while vacationing in the UK. Flexicover brings to you some of the most unusual accommodations in the United Kingdom.

The Yellow Submarine (Liverpool)
Ever fancied living in the Beatles’ song Yellow Submarine with all your friends? You will find just that in Liverpool at Albert dock. The yellow submarine is a copy of the one used in the film The Hunt for Red October and has been converted into an apartment that fits 8 people. The apartment is packed with interesting pieces with finishing touches from Paris, New York and Italy. It certainly is a sight to see.

Bunkhouse (Cardiff, Wales, UK)
The newest and liveliest bunkhouse designed for especially for young backpackers. It has everything a backpacker needs- Cleanliness, comfort, security and affordability. With free access to the bar and club downstairs and the added bonus of a 10 percent discount on drinks, this is the perfect stopover for all those backpacking across Wales.

La Rosa (Whitby, North Yorkshire)
The best place to go glamping (glamorous camping), a campsite near Whitby housed people in vintage caravans ranging from Elvis themed period pieces to authentic chrome Roma full of etched glass. The idea proved so popular that they have opened up a hotel in town packed with fun rooms with quirky themes to suit everyone’s taste buds. This is a fun option to consider for those who are up for a unique camping experience.

Old Railway Station (West Sussex)
In the 19th century, train travel was considered to be fun and even glamorous for those who could afford it. The old railway station at Petworth near Chichester the golden age of railways remains. The once busy ticket office has been converted into a beautiful guest hall while the guests get to sleep in Edwardian Pullman carriages which have been styled in accordance to the colonial times. It is a gorgeous bed and breakfast option for not only train lovers but all those fascinated with history and architecture.

Consider these factors as you go through the process of securing your trip to ensure you are fully covered in as many ways as possible. Nothing better than travelling without worry!




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