Unique Hotels & Accommodation
The map of Unique accommodation find some of the more intersting to lodge during your travels in the UK.
Amhuinnsuidhe Castle is a unique location for you or someone else who has a low budget to enjoy the beauty of Scotland. A gem in the heart of the Scottish Highland, nestled in a vibrant and scenic peninsula in Loch Duich, Highland, where legends and folklore have been a part of the culture for centuries. This is a delightful castle, built in 1890 by John Murray Fraser, who later became the 16th Lord Elibank. Since 1990, the castle has been transformed into one of the most luxurious private residences in the world. The main attraction is the stunning sea views the castle offers, which the locals call "The Gateway to the Isles," perfect for all types of guests. The castle has parking for 20 cars, plus a five-car garage and additional parking for guests arriving by boat. In addition, it has a 700 m² inner courtyard surrounded by turrets. A 4km of private beach has an incredible safeguard to safeguard the visitors.
Anderton House is another landmark building in Colintraive defining the local setting. The house overlooks a sweeping bay at Tyree Bay and has several traditionally designed themed rooms with views of the Three Lochs. Anderton House was built in 1868 to a design by John Rhind. It is a category C listed building in the Scottish Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes. Anderton House's unusual shape is due to a decision late in the building's design process. A bowling green/billiard room was added on what would have been the South front. Nearby is an intriguing balance arch with an inscription referring to the building of "this thin shafted work" in 1616.
Appleby Castle is an A-listed Tower House built in 1440 by Humphrey Murray or Patrick Stewart, Earl of Buchan. It later fell into the hands of the Anstruther family. It was garrisoned by David, Duke of Rothesay, in 1517, although this did not prevent the English from taking it in 1548.
Appleton Water Tower is another unique accommodation. The much-admired tower is situated nearby Appletreewick, North Yorkshire. The main attraction of the Appleton Water Tower is the interior. There are five levels, each with something special about it. The views are amazing from its many windows, all of which have leadlight windows! The two bedrooms are furnished to a high standard with original oak furniture.