AirShip 002, Drimnin, Scotland
For those musing about a memorable stay to celebrate lockdown easing, why not try the AirShip 002 for an out-of-this world experience? Designed by eco Architect Roderick James, this quirky Airbnb listing is an insulated aluminium pod with dragonfly windows which look over the Sound of Mull. Featuring rave reviews for its sustainable edge, comfort and breath-taking Highland views, the AirShip is suitable for solo travellers or couples looking to enjoy the natural world. Outside, guests can camp out on the deck for a spot of stargazing or roll out their yoga mat and get their stretch on.
Yeworthy Eco Treehouse, Eworthy, England
Nestled away in the West Devon village of Germansweek, this 5-star rated Airbnb treasure is the treehouse of dreams. The Yeworthy Eco Treehouse is an off-grid secluded hut situated amongst the treetops, overlooking a stunning lake view. Created with sustainability in mind, fresh drinking water is provided from a bowser, a composting sawdust toilet house is nearby, and cooking can be carried out on a gas camping stove. This listing could be an ideal holiday destination for couples looking to step into the wilderness.
1945 Boat Hut, Sutton, England
This eco-friendly Sutton Airbnb is a converted 1945 boat, that originally sailed out of Penzance in Cornwall; it’s now enclosed within a private three-acre forest overlooking the fenland countryside. Expect to be shipped away from reality in this rustic property which is completely off grid with renewable energy provided by its solar panel system. Nestled within its own pocket of nature, the listing even includes an outdoor bath for a unique bathing experience on warm summer evenings. All aboard for unforgettable glamping!