Eight amazing Airbnbs for great UK stays

TRAVELERS can have a dandy stay if they book at a new Beano-themed Airbnb in Dundee.

Comic book fans have been flocking to hairstylist Rhys Davidson’s rug ever since he made it during the lockdown.


Tolkien fans can stay in a Hobbit hole

And this isn’t the only quirky themed place you can stay in the UK – from a hobbit hole to a James Bond penthouse, there are suites to suit every taste.

Writer ANITA MARKOFF takes a look at some of the best and craziest beds for the night.


FANS of the traveling TV show will love being immersed in the past with the Airbnb theme near Leith, Edinburgh.

The romantic setting of the wedding night of the characters Jamie and Claire was recreated by an interior designer in this historic first-class building.

The grand salon contains stone walls, exposed beams and a large fireplace and the attention to detail, including replicas of Jacobean glassware and furniture, gives a perfect window into the past


Witches and wizards still awaiting their Hogwarts letter could now find a portal to the wizarding world in a Harry Potter-inspired Airbnb.

The apartment, which is near Edinburgh Castle, is inspired by Hogwarts. It has a hidden wardrobe, a deer chandelier and old-fashioned wallpaper.

The bedroom is not a closet under the stairs, but rather based on Hagrid’s hut, with a four-poster bed made from tree branches and a sign in the hallway indicating Diagon Alley leads guests to a hidden door. like a brick wall.


IF you are a Brave fan, this luxury pillow is the perfect place to stay.

Guests can rent the entire castle at Dairsie, near St Andrews, with a walled herb garden, orchard and watchtower.

You can re-enact your family celebration fantasies around the dining table in the Great Room, which is dominated by a Minstrel’s Gallery. And some of the many bathrooms have freestanding tubs.


TRAVELERS will be delighted in this themed getaway from Tunnock.

Argyll Holidays created the caravan brochure.

The exterior of the three-bedroom Static, based at Drimsynie Estate, is painted in the brand’s red and gold.

Meanwhile, everything from the dishes and the clock to the cushions is themed with Tunnock’s tea cake, caramel log, and caramel wafer.


Fans of TOLKIEN will never want to leave the Hobbit Hideaway at the foot of the Ben Rinnes Hills in Moray.

Airbnb owners have paid a lot of attention to detail, including a hand-drawn garden map that resembles the Lord of the Rings illustrations.

An oddly shaped tree has signs pointing to Eat’n and Fairy Glen’s Garden while the round hut itself has grass growing on the roof and a sheltered picnic area to enjoy the second little one. breakfast.


THE Bus Stop is unique eco-friendly accommodation in the East Lothian countryside.

The accommodation itself has been recycled from a single old bridge and now offers a great alternative to camping.

Eco buses contain all the usual amenities, from hot tubs to gas ovens, but are not powered by electricity. Luxury buses are also available for those who want a more glamorous ride.


THE bearbnb is an English treasure for anyone whose childhood revolved around the adventures of Winnie the Pooh.

This treehouse is complemented by the sign on the front of the door that reads ‘Mr Sanders’, scribbled slightly upside down, just like in the cartoons.

The quaint accommodation is in Ashdown Forest, which was the inspiration behind the Hundred Acre Wood – and it even contains a variety of ‘pig pots’, perfect for a little smackerel.


THIS James Bond-themed penthouse in Portsmouth has the perfect kitchen for shaken, not stirred martinis.

There are vintage framed 007 movie posters hanging on the walls, and in a hallway, patrons can even find a small statue of the spy himself.

The neo black checkered tile bathroom floor is a finishing touch for those who want a full spy experience.

Live like Outlander characters in this Airbnb


Live like Outlander characters in this Airbnb
Take a ride around this bus-themed spot


Take a ride around this bus-themed spot
Tunnock fans can stay in this sweet trailer


Tunnock fans can stay in this sweet trailer
Nine-year-old designs four-person treehouse with trampoline and zipline – and rents it on Airbnb for £ 110 a night

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