Who doesn't want to stay in a castle?
With 10 bedrooms, four-poster beds, roll-top baths, and yes, even turrets, Augill Castle is a popular choice for group getaways.
This restored mill in the Kent countryside is a favorite with couples looking for a romantic trip away.
Perched in an ash tree, this cozy one-bedroom tree house has views over nearby Falmouth Bay.
This studio apartment is billed as the perfect base to explore the Old Town of Edinburgh.
The gatehouse sleeps just two, but it's in prime position at the entrance to Ayton Castle's extensive grounds.
This two-bedroom Victorian terrace house in Baron's Court is a short walk away from the River Thames.
This restored 12th century castle accommodates 13 guests and comes with plenty of medieval character.
This fully furnished bell tent if a popular choice for those who want to experience the great outdoors in style.
Jessie the narrowboat, based in Little Venice, is the perfect way to experience London from a different point of view.
Another quirky and secluded cabin, just a short walk away from Cornwall's beautiful Porthallow beach.