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(Canopy & Stars) Quirky Places To Stay With The Kids In The UK: The Shire House, Yorkshire (Children large and small, and anybody with a playful soul, will be thrilled with this delightful grass-roofed Hobbit house, which invites you to float straight into a magical story book adventure through the picket-fenced cottage garden which blooms with lupins, foxgloves, herbs and wild daisies in spring and summer. At The Shire House, which sleeps six, you'll find a plush, Regency-inspired…

Sawday's Canopy & Stars is a great collection of treehouses, yurts, cabins, Gypsy caravans and other outdoor, glamping places in the UK and Europe.

(Hoseasons) Quirky Places To Stay With The Kids In The UK: 1982 Xray Zulu 676 Helicopter, Lancashire (Step out of the ordinary and try a short break with a difference, staying in a converted military helicopter that the kids will love. Those with a sense of adventure will have fun sleeping in this novelty accommodation for four, which comes complete with quirky interiors, a flat screen TV and kitchen with microwave and mini fridge. Grown-ups can bed down in the tail of the 1982 Xray Zulu…

Heli-camping: A Lancashire caravan park takes caravans to a new level The Ream Hills holiday park now has an on-site, fully habitable 1982 Lynx helicopter.

(Quality Unearthed) Quirky Places To Stay With The Kids In The UK: Deerland Safari, Dorset (Perched at the top of a gently sloping meadow on an organic farm deep in the Dorset countryside, Deerland Safari is a stylish two-bedroom safari tent where you'll find no internet or TV, making it ideal for the whole family to make the most of the great outdoors. Cooking is done on a small gas hob, lighting is provided via candles and torches, and there’s a charcoal brazier on the deck for chilly...)

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(The Churches Conservation Trust) Quirky Places To Stay With The Kids In The UK: All Saints Church, Northamptonshire (For a unique camping experience in Britain, champing (church camping) is a magical way to spend the night in a historical building surrounded by the English countryside. The Churches Conservation Trust offers a range of centuries-old churches for you to camp with the kids, such as All Saints Church in Aldwincle, Northamptonshire, which offers medieval simplicity and the...)

The Churches Conservation Trust is developing a new B&B project inviting tourists to spend the night in one of three historic churches in rural England

(Cool Camping) Quirky Places To Stay With The Kids In The UK: Blackberry Wood, East Sussex (Tucked away in the foothills of the South Downs National Park is Blackberry Wood, a fantastically wacky camping and glamping site, surrounded by lush woodland. Its impressive Hansel and Gretel-esque treehouse is ideal for little ones eager to live out a real-life fairytale. The house is perched up among the trees and is self-contained with a kitchen, wood-burning stove, outside terrace with…

Magical, pagan woodland camping in the South Downs with campfires encouraged, excellent East Sussex pubs on the doorstep and heaps of quirky glamping options thrown in too.

In England, you can stay overnight (for a fee) in a medieval church, for a unique travel experience. Your fee helps support the upkeep of the historic church.

In England, You Can Camp in Abandoned Medieval Churches

(PHOTO: )  Quirky hideaways for weekends in the country:   Sleep in a shipping container in Scotland  Steel shipping containers make surprisingly comfortable hotel rooms, as guests staying at Cove Park, a 50-acre site overlooking Loch Long on the Rosneath peninsula have discovered. Visit covepark.org.

An increasing number of real estate developers in the U. are exploring ways to make homes out of the shipping containers used to move goods around the world. There are certainly plenty of shipping containers to work with.