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Lockdown's Almost Over, So Book One of These Unique UK Holiday Homes Before Everyone Else Does

Esquire (UK) Logo By Roshina Jowaheer of Esquire (UK) | Slide 1 of 13: So, gamechanger: it looks like summer might just be back on. Not abroad, admittedly – holidays abroad are still off the table and will be the foreseeable – but with Boris Johnson's new roadmap out of lockdown offering some light at the end of this very bleak, cold, wintry tunnel, we're looking to staycations for our travel fix when lockdown restrictions ease on 12 April (for single households) or 17 May (if you want to go on holiday with family or friends. Or, hey, both! Make the most of it). Checking into a unique place to stay is how we plan to make the most of our freedom.[It hopefully goes without saying, but please do check the latest guidance from the government in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland before travelling.]From unusual conversions by the sea to quirky country pads for feeling at one with nature, we've got you covered with our epic staycation ideas. Far from the standard rental or five-star hotel, these unique places to stay allow you to sleep in remote log cabins in the woods, converted chapels and even your own pub – remember pubs?Whether you're browsing for a break with mates (if restrictions allow), to impress a partner or seek a little peace on a solo break, you'll want to have a scroll through these unique places to stay in the UK.We've rounded up some of the most unusual rentals and hotels to book later in the year, from cool pads that sleep two to sprawling houses for groups of 18.

So, gamechanger: it looks like summer might just be back on. Not abroad, admittedly – holidays abroad are still off the table and will be the foreseeable – but with Boris Johnson's new roadmap out of lockdown offering some light at the end of this very bleak, cold, wintry tunnel, we're looking to staycations for our travel fix when lockdown restrictions ease on 12 April (for single households) or 17 May (if you want to go on holiday with family or friends. Or, hey, both! Make the most of it). Checking into a unique place to stay is how we plan to make the most of our freedom.

[It hopefully goes without saying, but please do check the latest guidance from the government in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland before travelling.]

From unusual conversions by the sea to quirky country pads for feeling at one with nature, we've got you covered with our epic staycation ideas. Far from the standard rental or five-star hotel, these unique places to stay allow you to sleep in remote log cabins in the woods, converted chapels and even your own pub – remember pubs?

Whether you're browsing for a break with mates (if restrictions allow), to impress a partner or seek a little peace on a solo break, you'll want to have a scroll through these unique places to stay in the UK.

We've rounded up some of the most unusual rentals and hotels to book later in the year, from cool pads that sleep two to sprawling houses for groups of 18.

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