Quirky places for family holidays in the UK

Treehouses, churches and huts for a British escape the children will love

Treehouse stay in East Sussex

Family holidays in the UK are set to get quirkier this summer thanks to the unique accommodation on offer for travellers with children.

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In fact, Airbnb recently revealed a distinct desire for unusual places to stay among families in Britain for 2017, with affordability proving a priority as well as good old-fashioned options like glamping to modern and eco-friendly holiday rentals.

Booking a short break with a twist in the UK is a terrific way to enrich children's lives and encourage families to expand their horizons on home soil, while discovering that it doesn't cost hundreds of pounds or take jetting off to exotic locations to create happy memories.

With this in mind, we've selected a few of our favourite wacky stays for families in Britain, including the treehouse to end all treehouses, a safari tent with no WiFi but just miles of fields to explore and a lookout tower by the sea for a beach holiday you'll remember for years to come. For little ones excited by buses and helicopters, you won't want to miss the weird conversions that come with surprising interiors.

Browse our unusual holiday rentals for unforgettable family holidays in the UK.

Quirky places to stay with the kids in the UK

Quirky places to stay with the kids in the UK