Extraordinary Stays in the UK for Adventure Seekers

 

For those wishing to inject a little vivacity into their holidays or weekend breaks, then we’ve got you covered with this list of the UK’s best adventure getaways!

Jolly Days Glamping

A luxury tents and huts camp site with beds, fires, hot showers, BBQs kitchens – and all in the middle of a wood just a 20 minute drive from the historic town of York! You can opt for the deluxe tents which include a four poster bed, veranda and eating area, or you can go one step further and stay in a fabulous woodcutters hut. At 6 metres by 3 metres, they’re spacious while remaining cosy, and are decked out with small wood burning stoves for the perfect woodland retreat.

Jolly Days Glamping

Image Source: Courtesy of jollydaysglamping.co.uk

 O’Connors Campers

Travel along some of Britain’s best beaches, coast-to-coast, with O’Connors campervan hire. Hop in to your van and you’re free to roam from place to place, enjoying the sun, sea and sand as you go. We recommend the Cornish coast line, particularly Mousehole where you can wind down nifty little roads and admire gorgeous sunsets.

 O'Connors Campers

Image Source: Courtesy of O’Connors Camping

 Shaldon Beach Hut Holidays

These adorable beach huts on the beach will surely pull on the old heart strings – they’re just so darn cute. From the outside, they look like they’d barely fit a deck chair in there; actually there’s a sofa, a kitchen, a mezzanine-level bedroom and a decking area for BBQ-ing and watching the sunset. Placed right on the beach front, you can go surfing, hire kayaks, swim, sunbathe or rock scramble to your hearts content. It’s perfect for the coastal lovers amongst us, but availability is limited so go book your adventure here now!

Shaldon Beach Hut

Image Source: Courtesy of Shaldon Beach Hut Holidays, Devon

Treehouse Hotel, Port Lympne

Truly explore your wild side at the Treehouse Hotel at Port Lympne Reserve in beautiful Kent. Stay in this exquisite accommodation and receive entry into Port Lympne Reserve and its sister park, Howletts. The Treehouse is set in a canopy of trees high above the 600 acre reserve and takes ‘luxury’ to a whole new level (pun intended). It doesn’t get much better than this perfectly designed, slice of heaven set inches above all the adventure and wildlife one could ever wish for without travelling to Africa.

Treehouse hotel

Image Source: Courtesy of Port Lympne, Treehouse Hotel, Aspinall Foundation

Will you be opting for the freedom and flexibility of a campervan trip, or are you dreaming of yourself nestled in a luxurious treehouse?

TheTravelHack

Monica is the founder and editor of The Travel Hack. She began the blog in 2009 when she left the UK to travel around Asia and Australia for two years. She's now a professional blogger and has travelled around the world in search of stylish adventure travel. Monica has recently had her second baby and is determined to prove that travelling with a baby is possible!

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