The shed 'wishlist', which has been curated by founder of Cuprinol's Shed of the Year, Uncle Wilco, is encouraging people to book a stay at a number of sheds through the Airbnb website.
Quirky sheds listed on Airbnb range from the repurposed 'Corrugated Cottage', which dates back to 1940 and was originally built for the land girls who supported Britain's agriculture industry during WWII, to the 'Boatel', a unique shed created out of an upcycled boat.
Guests can also bob to sleep on the 'Maid of Dekkin', Surrey's finest floating shed, take a dip in the Night at The Museum's private pool or relax and detox in 'Gilly's Hut' therapy retreat, complete with a double cabin bed and en-suite bathroom.
It comes as a recent report revealed that nearly 70% of Brits would rather stay in a shed than a cottage, caravan or tent for a country retreat - with the youngsters of Britain (25 to 34 years) most likely to choose a holiday in a shed over other forms of accommodation (76%).
The shedcation is a trend that is fast gaining momentum as UK shed listings on Airbnb have increased by 88% year on year.
More than two thirds (63%) of Brits now own a shed and 44% of those who don't own a shed, would like to. In fact almost two thirds (62%) stated that they would be put off buying a home that didn't have a shed or garden big enough to house one.
Katie Taylor, brand manager at Cuprinol said: "Since the start of the competition we've certainly seen a trend towards people viewing their garden shed as an extension of their home and more people are finding amazing uses for their sheds which goes beyond DIY.
"From garden offices to shed hotels, we want to give people the chance to experience exactly what makes these sheds so special - the care that goes into them and the people that dream them up."