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The 727 Fuselage Home

If you are one of those people who finds it incredibly hard to go sleep on a plane we might just have found the answer. Welcome to the 727 Fuselage Home. Nervous flyers need not worry.

 

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The Most Unusual Places To Stay In Europe......Part 4

Having already visited 12 countries around Europe so far we have reached our final part as we try to find the Most Unusual Places To Stay In Europe. So if you’d like to stay in the largest water tower in Europe, a piece of engineering history, or if a car or chocolate themed hotel is more up your street then look no further.

 

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The Unusual Places to Stay In Europe...Part 3

Having already visited 8 countries around Europe so far we have now turned our attention to 4 more as we try to find The Most Unusual Places To Stay In Europe. So if you've always wanted to stay in somewhere like an old converted Lighthouse, Brewery, or Windmill, or one of the biggest sporting hotels in the world, or an artistic hostel if you want something cheap and cheerful, then look no further.

 

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The Most Unusual Places To Stay In Europe…Part 2

In our second part of unusual places to stay in Europe we have uncovered some truly weird and wonderful accommodation in Holland, Switzerland, and Sweden. So if you’ve always wanted to spend the night in a crane, a sunken house, a tram, a jailhouse, or the legendary Ice Hotel then look no further.

 

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The Most Unusual Places To Stay In Ireland

Carrying on our theme of the last few weeks of unusual places to stay we have made the short trip over to the Emerald Isle. So take a look at some of the weird and wonderful accommodation Ireland has to offer, whether you are looking to stay for a week, a weekend or even just one night away.

 

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10 Of The Most Unusual Places To Stay In England

There are so many weird and wonderful places to stay in this country regardless of whether you are looking to stay for a week, a weekend or even just one night away. Whether it’s an old converted windmill or lighthouse, a fisherman’s hut, or a genuine yellow submarine there are places on our doorstep that you might not even know about. So take a look at 10 of the most unusual places to stay in England.

 

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