Quirky Property Types to Stay in the UK | Castles, Working Farms, Lighthouses and more

A summary of the most unusual types of property that you can stay in and book with Snaptrip.com
LONDON - Feb. 2, 2016 - PRLog -- There is much more to Snaptrip than cottages, although that is generally the catch-all term we choose to describe all of our self-catering properties. Snaptrip represent over 40,000 unique properties right across the UK.

Our self-catered properties come in many shapes and sizes, but to give you a flavour of the different types of places that you can stay, here is a short run-down of some of ourfavourite unusual styles.

Working Farms

Working farms provide the opportunity for the whole family to truly embrace countryside living. Staying in a converted barn house, such as the Wonderful St John Barn (ref S9599)  in Cornwall, gives you an opportunity to enjoy the oft romanticised lifestyle of growing your own produce and tending the animals, without the need to wake up at the crack of dawn to make sure everything is fed and watered! Bliss!

Log Cabins

Perfect for a couple’s break, a stay in a log cabin is the perfect opportunity for much need seclusion to put some intimacy back into your relationship. One of our favourite log cabins is the Beautiful Croyde Rental (ref S12297) down in Devon. Our most popular county of 2015, Devon is a region packed full of wonderful activities.


There can’t be many people that return from their holiday able to boast that they stayed in a castle. Well, you can be one of them if you stay at the Adorable Kilmarnock Castle (ref S7057) on the east coast of Scotland. Situated in 600 acres and steeped in history and charm, this stunning castle wing can play host to up to 16 guests to make for a truly memorableholidya experience.


One of our most popular holiday types here at Snaptrip, a stay in a lighthouse is simply an unforgettable experience. Snaptrip represent 8 lighthouses in different parts of the country, but our favourite is the Attractive Broadstairs Cottage (ref S41680) on the Kent coast. With the ever popular Broadstairs beach just a few minutes walk away, this particular spot is thought to have played host to a lighthouse since way back in 1499.

If you are interested in staying in one of these quirky property types, then head over toSnaptrip now and search through our selection of over 40,000 of the UK’s finest holiday cottages. Why not see if you can find something extra special that we haven’t yet mentioned?

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