So you’ve got a budget for your holidays, and every web search you do brings up some fabulous looking holidays, but which all cost the earth. Here at One Off Places we cater for all budgets in our unique and distinctive holiday properties so today’s post is giving you some examples of a few sometimes quirky, sometimes luxurious, sometimes unique, and always distinctive, places where you (and your partner / sister / family) can go on holiday. Here’s what £500 gets you:
£450 for four nights in the Isle of Wight’s only rentable Treehouse
This two bedroom Treehouse (sleeping up to six people) is set in beautiful peaceful surroundings, a mile from the coast on the Isle of Wight. The treehouse is divided into two separate areas – the Living House and the Sleeping House. On site is a children’s play area, bikes to hire, and the delights of the Isle of Wight on your doorstep.
£450 for 4 nights midweek (£350 for a three night weekend)
£495 for two weeks in a Boar Hide in Portugal
The name ‘the Boar Hide’ is not just metaphorical or descriptive – this is an actual boar hide! Open the shutters, lay some bait on the terrace and wait…. We can guarantee you will never have stayed anywhere quite like this. The Boar Hide sits within the grounds of an organic smallholding in mid Portugal, a rare place which is completely off-grid. Enormous shutters open out onto a terrace where the boar will congregate, and there is also an outside dining area and river access. Sleeps four.
£495 for 14 nights.
£450 for seven nights in a French windmill
A lovingly renovated 19th century Windmill in the Vendee region of France… an ideal setting for a special occasion. The windmill is set over four floors and the bedroom at the top commands views across the beautiful countryside. Secluded and peaceful.
£450 for seven nights.
£450 for seven nights in a former Gothic railway station in North Wales
Romantic, intimate and unique, this boutique artist designed apartment in the heart of Snowdonia is the ultimate bolthole for a twosome looking to get away. The apartment is housed in an old railway station right in the middle of Betws-y-Coed, a delightful village in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. And it boasts a private balcony which looks out over the station platform to the surrounding woods and hills.
£450 for seven nights
And if you think £500 is still a bit much, then we’ll happily do an under £300 category. And then for the wealthy folk amongst you, we’ll show you some of the top end stuff. Howzat?
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