For those in search of a one-of-a-kind experience, renting an unusual property guarantees a really memorable holiday and I've had plenty of those right here in the UK. You can stay in all sorts now like boats, converted churches and campervans. My all time favourite holiday accomodation has to be Wendy the Aberporth Express. Wendy is the sole surviving carrriage of her type. She was built in 1908 as a LSWR (London & South Western Railway) Sleeping Car for the Plymouth-Waterloo 'boat train'. In December 1931 she was retired from use, and in 1936 she was purchased from GWR delivered to Aberporth where she has rested ever since. She is painted in GWR colours and lots of original detail remains including the side corridor past the bedrooms. I fell in love with Wendy and dream of going back again.
Another favourite type of holiday for me is a camping holiday. This is perfect if you're on a budget or want to be close to nature. I found a quaint little campsite in West Wales called Trevayne. It is only about £15 a night and it has access to a private cove via a footpath on the site. I do miss a few home comforts when I camp because we don't have an electric hookup and would love to try glamping at some point. It would be great to get the camping experience but with a plug for my hair dryer and a proper bed. I love camping but after five nights of sleeping on a airbed you start to miss a mattress.
Glamping is something I've always wanted to do so I'm excited to share a fantastic competition with you today. One lucky person could win a fabulous 2 night stay at one of 35 Wigwam Holidays Glamping sites across the UK for up to 4 people. Not only that but Get The Label will also give you a £75 GetTheLabel Voucher PLUS a Glamping Survival Box which includes a pair of Havaianas and all you need for a carefree glamping weekend!
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Are you heading anywhere unusual for your holiday this Summer? Can you recommend any out of the ordinary holiday accommodation?