You Can Now Stay In A Dreamy Floating Treehouse In Dorset
If you enjoy staying in accommodation that strays slightly from your basic bed and breakfast, then how does a floating spherical treehouse sound?
The basic but comfy wooden sphere comes with everything you'll need for a weekend in the country, including a comfy bed, kitchen, sound system, barbecue and fire pit.
Considering it's pretty snug in there, and there's just one bed, the floating treehouse makes the perfect lodgings for couples, or otherwise, you and you BFF.
Just note you'll need to bring your own towels, bedding and charcoal, plus the hot water showers and toilets are outside.
As for what to do in the area, there's loads of land for you to play sports or go for long, refreshing walks, breathing in the clean country air and spotting wild deer as you go.
Elsewhere on the grounds, there's a communal marquee packed with games, and a tepee in the Wild Wood, where you're also free to hang out.
Otherwise, if you plan to round off your walks with a roast dinner and glass of red in a cosy pub, there's a great selection just a two minute drive away. Dreamy.
The floating treehouse costs £53 per night to stay, plus there's a 15 per cent weekly discount. This dreamy spot can be booked here on Airbnb.
And don't worry, if this wooden stay isn't quite for you, how about staying in a blimp-inspired insulated aluminium pod in the Scottish Highlands?
The pod, aka AirShip002, is another unique Airbnb stay we've had our eye on.
Located in Drimnin, the contemporary cabin, designed by Roderick James, features a double bed, open plan living room and kitchenette, full bathroom and common space.
Guests can guests can gaze up at the stars and out to the Sound of Mull - the nearby shipping straight - from the pod's dragonfly windows.
These Airbnbs are just getting better and better.
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