This Oxfordshire Airbnb is one of the UK’s most expensive

A gorgeous farmhouse in the West Oxfordshire countryside is one of the more expensive properties available on Airbnb this summer.

As unprecedented demand for stays continues, research by apartment insurance specialists Lansdown Insurance found there were 18 UK properties available in August at over £ 1,000 a night.

While normally prices like this are only found for the most exclusive properties in London, research revealed that in August properties across the UK – from a castle in Fife to a house in Plymouth waterfront – with hot tub and indoor and outdoor pools – were all priced at four figures a night.

Hollyhock House in Stonesfield, five miles north of Witney, offers a peaceful country getaway for up to 11 people.

The property has five bedrooms, seven beds and four bathrooms and has a barbecue cabin and a children’s play area.

However, luxury doesn’t come cheap as it’s priced at £ 1,620 a night.

With almost 90 reviews all rating nearly five stars, Hollyhock House may be worth the four-figure price.

The house is advertised as being ideal for families and large groups.

All linens and towels are provided, the house has an Aga, freestanding tubs and extensive gardens for you to relax and the kids to play.

It is also touted as an excellent location for visiting Oxford and the Cotswolds.

Stonesfield is billed as a quintessential peaceful English village, famous for its slate quarries and the tiles that cover the colleges of Oxford.

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It has a village shop, hairdressers, children’s play area, village hall, tennis courts and excellent hiking trails – with the Oxfordshire Way just a stone’s throw away.

A converted Turkish bath in Hastings with its own bowling alley and secret cinema room is the most expensive UK property available on Airbnb this summer according to Lansdown Insurance, costing £ 3,538 a night in August.

At the other end of the stay market, with scarce availability, there were also only 18 properties available for under £ 50 a night for a family of four.

These included a house in Liverpool and a one bedroom apartment in the seaside town of Morecombe in Lancashire.

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