Unique Stays

Unique Stays UK.

Join us for some Unique Stays UK. What makes the UK unique? Red Buses, Cups of Tea, The Royal Family, or the Great British Countryside? The answer is all the above plus much more. Those of you seeking the beautiful British countryside with a bit of royalty thrown in should head to Norfolk. Just 8 miles from Kings Lynn is Sandringham House, unquestionably the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty the Queen. The house has been the private home of fur generations of British Monarchs since 1862. Sandringham Royal Parkland spreads over 243 hectares and is particularly dog friendly with trails marked for cycling or exploring by foot.

Little Adventurers

Undoubtedly little ones will enjoy a visit to the adventure playground with its high-level walkways and 26ft Water Tower and slide based on the Appleton Water Tower in Norfolk. A visit to Sandringham in September gives you a chance to apple pick in Her Majesties own orchards. Alternatively visit in December for a magical walk through the woods as Luminate takes over. In addition to this visit over Christmas and head to St Mary Magdalene Church for a chance to glimpse members of the Royal Family on their way to Christmas Service.

Pentney Lakes

About 30mins from Sandringham is Pentney Lakes, here we have two unique properties for you. Alpine lodge is as it sounds a Timber built lodge in an Alpine style, with a stunning cathedral style vaulted ceiling. There are 4 double bedrooms which are all en-suite. The unique thing about this property is the living area is upstairs just as you would find in the Alps. With a manmade beach in the back garden and access to the fishing lakes this makes Alpine Lodge undoubtedly an ideal break for the whole family.

Unique Holiday Stays
Unique Stays

Unique Places To Stay UK

From lighthouses, converted churches and glamping tents there are many unique places to stay UK. How often do we take time off work and stay at home because we don’t want to travel? Have you ever considered staying somewhere local and discovering what’s on your doorstep? With a short break away in a unique property you could discover a whole new world on your doorstep. When it comes to property choice go for something unique and make some special memories. A stay at Wildflower Meadows, Fendicks Fisheries will undoubtedly provide this. Set in the beautiful Norfolk countryside

Romantic Shepherds Huts

Wildflower offers you the chance to stay in one of their beautifully handcrafted Shepherds Huts. Shepherd’s huts date back to around 1596, most people associate these with the Victorian era with their cast iron wheels and tin roofs. Many will know of these huts from the opening chapters of Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd, as home to Shepherd Gabriel Oak. Originally the huts provided shelter from the ever-changing British weather and a place to lay their head and escape the elements of lambing season. In contrast now these have become the perfect place for a ‘Glamping’ adventure. The ideal accommodation to get back to nature but with some added comforts and luxury.

Avid Angler

Avid angler? Then Fendicks is the ideal place for a break away. With 5 well stocked lakes set within a mature woodland area it’s the ideal place for a break to indulge your hobby. A good variety of fish are stocked including Catfish, Carp, Tench and much more. As well as the Huts Wildflower also offers bespoke built log cabins within the meadow. These unique properties range from 2 berth to 4 berth, all with their own shower room and toilet. Cooking and dining facilities make these cabins the ideal glamping experience. For a break away from it all visit Wildflower Meadows for that ultimate relaxation. With just the sound of nature around you, you are sure to return home relaxed and revitalised.

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Unique Places to Stay.

City breaks can offer unique places to stay. For those that want the fun of the coast but a city breaks style accommodation look no further than The Regency Apartments in Great Yarmouth. These apartments are part of a former Hotel. When the building was converted the owners stepped back in time and walked into a 1960s bar untouched for decades. Situated on the popular Regents Road this is the ideal place to be centre of the action.

Norwich City Break

Norwich is just a short drive down the A47 where you can immerse yourself in city life. Start your day early with breakfast at Bread Source, grab a cinnamon bun and head to Plantation Garden. Explore Historic Elm Hill, without a doubt the most famous street in Norwich. A photographers dream this cobbled medieval street looks stunning no matter what the season. Visit at Christmas and you will see why this street was chosen to play a key role in Netflix Jingle Jangle. Head back into the city and wander the lanes of Norwich Market with its colourful tented roof tops you will be sure to find some deli inspired treats for a picnic.

Sunset Picnic

Alternatively visit Jarrolds Deli to grab some bits. Picnic sorted head to Mousehold Heath where you can relax and enjoy the sunset over the Norwich skyline. End your day in the cosy setting of The Wallow Wine Bar, a self service wine bar where you can try a sample taste before you commit to a larger glass. Still peckish after your sunset picnic try the Wallow Board. A generous selection of luxurious meat, fish, cheese and antipasti, passionately made to order.

 

With a stay at Regency you can experience the city life but retire back to the relaxation of the sea. Book now to secure your apartment.

Unique Stays England

Unique Holiday Stays

There is a growing trend for Unique Holiday Stays. As more of us look to staycation in 2022 the demand for unique properties is growing. 2cHolidays has many different properties from Shepherds Huts to Cabins to Large Lodges. Unquestionably one of our most unique properties is Ebenezer Chapel. Age built in 1860 this former Methodist Chapel would have offered spiritual guidance to the Canel and land workers of the local fens. Built in the traditional style with one main room for worship. The Chapel is located in the conservation are of Stoke Ferry. When the dark nights hit snuggle down in the Chapel with its wood burner and enjoy time together. Filled with twinkling fairy lights Christmas at the Chapel will something truly special.

Oxburgh Hall

The Chapel is situated in the village of Stoke Ferry. Stoke Ferry lies on the edge of the fens, 7 miles from Downham Market. The village lies close to the River Wissey, Southeast of the village the river connects with the cut off channel, both of which connect with the Great River Ouse. The village has a long history and was certainly established by the time of the Norman Conquest. Its population and land ownership being extensively detailed in the Domesday Book of 1086.

A short drive from the Chapel is Oxburgh Hall, Home to the Bedingfield Family. This moated hall is managed by The National Trust and dates to 1482. Despite its fortified appearance, the moated hall was intentionally built as a family home. Enjoy the gardens which are a replica of those created by the 6th Baronet during the Victorian period – wander around the Parterre, discover what’s in season in the Walled Garden and explore the wilderness and My Lady’s Wood.

Unique Stays England

Whether it be the House in the Clouds, A New Forest Treehouse, Shepherds Hut or a Georgian Cottage in Lowestoft, there are many Unique Stays in England. Undoubtedly you will make special memories for you and your family by booking something different and unusual. As mentioned previously often you will find these unique stays on your doorstep meaning you would not need to travel to far to break away. Why not consider a Unique Stay in the UK, after the last 18 months what better way to break out than to discover more of our beautiful country? No queuing at passport control, no extra Covid tests and no airport stress. Just a short drive and you will be relaxing in your holiday home ready for new adventures.

Historic Lowestoft

There is evidence to show habitation in Lowestoft tracing back 700’000 years. Making this the earliest evidence of settlement in Britain. In the Middle Ages Lowestoft became an important fishing town, in particularly for herring. Fast forward to the 19th Century and the building of the Lowestoft Railway which enabled the fishing industry to grow by allowing the fleets to sell further inland. The introduction of the railway also enabled the town to become a bustling seaside resort. As well as lots of maritime history, Lowestoft is full of natural beauty. As the most easterly point of the UK Lowestoft is the place to be to see the first light of day as the sunrises over Ness Point. Visit during the summer and take part in the First Light Festival and celebrate one cycle of midsummer sun setting and rising over the Beach in Britain’s most easterly town.

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