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You can stay in a decommissioned helicopter on a former Army base in England for $78 per night — take a look inside

INSIDER Logo By folito@businessinsider.com (Frank Olito) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 10:  RAF Wainfleet is a former Army training site in Lincolnshire, England, and it has been transformed into five overnight accommodations, including a decommissioned helicopter.  For $78 per night, two guests can sleep in the helicopter, explore the cockpit, and gain access to a private outdoor space. The unusual accommodation is popular among former servicemen in the region.   Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. While an Army watchtower and a barbed-wire fence don't usually factor in to the perfect vacation getaway, one former Army training site in England is inviting guests to spend the night.RAF Wainfleet in Lincolnshire, England, was a training facility during World War II for the Royal Air Force. Today, the base — known as The Tower Friskney — is still fully intact, but now guests can stay overnight in five unusual accommodations, including a decommissioned helicopter.Take a look inside the complex.Read the original article on Insider

You can stay in a decommissioned helicopter on a former Army base in England for $78 per night — take a look inside

  • RAF Wainfleet is a former Army training site in Lincolnshire, England, and it has been transformed into five overnight accommodations, including a decommissioned helicopter. 
  • For $78 per night, two guests can sleep in the helicopter, explore the cockpit, and gain access to a private outdoor space.
  • The unusual accommodation is popular among former servicemen in the region.  
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

While an Army watchtower and a barbed-wire fence don't usually factor in to the perfect vacation getaway, one former Army training site in England is inviting guests to spend the night.

RAF Wainfleet in Lincolnshire, England, was a training facility during World War II for the Royal Air Force. Today, the base — known as The Tower Friskney — is still fully intact, but now guests can stay overnight in five unusual accommodations, including a decommissioned helicopter.

Take a look inside the complex.

Read the original article on Insider
© Courtesy of Diana Fryer & The Tower Friskney

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