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10 of the UK's quirkiest and most unique places to stay

From lighthouses at the edge of the sea in Northern Ireland, to vintage caravans on top of the historic city of Bristol, to tree houses in Devon, to a boutique hotel in Brighton - there is such an array of unique places to lay your head on British shores, now more than ever before. 

So if you're looking for the ultimate Instagram or Facebook post, or you're after cutting off from the busy world altogether for a romantic or quiet weekend then look no further. 

Our 10 most unique places to lay your head across the UK will give you boundless inspiration for that next once in a lifetime trip.

So what are you waiting for? Get booking before it's too late.

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