Three of the quirkiest and chicest AirBnBs you can hire in Yorkshire

While not many of us can afford dream homes like these, we can live this lifestyle a few days a year.

And there are plenty of chic AirBnBs in Yorkshire to indulge in this lifestyle for a weekend or even a week.

So, do you want to push the boat? And why not, given that your trash can came out more than last year?

For £ 200 a night, you can certainly do so with a luxury rental in a prime city center location. While opulence reigns at this price point, character isn’t always and there are plenty of expensive and identikit AirBnBs out there.

Instead, we’ve selected three of the most charming – or at least, unique – rentals in Yorkshire’s three main towns.

Better to be quick as they are already being captured.

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Leeds

There is more chic downtown flats you can shake a gold-plated stick but this number not that small (see photo above) exudes character. Oh, and let’s go The head opposite the Leeds Art Gallery and the Henry Moore Institute.

It’s £ 167 a night if you’re staying a weekend in high season, but there are discounted weekly and weekday rates. And if you think £ 167 is a lot to shell out for a night in Leeds, this three-bedroom apartment can accommodate up to six people. In addition, there are less typical and welcoming downtown apartments that charge twice as much.

Sheffield



This golden apartment in Sheffield city center can be rented on AirBnB

It may be our fertile imaginations, but we can imagine a little Saudi royal staying in this golden city center apartment.

This two bedroom apartment, sleeping four, will set you back £ 178 a night if you are staying for a weekend in late June. It’s much cheaper if you stay a week or book a midweek stay.

York



This riverside home in York city center is available for rent on AirBnB
This riverside home in downtown York is available for rent on AirBnB

An apartment in downtown York? Pah! What you want is this lodge by the river Ouse . This three bedroom red brick rental, sleeping six, is bursting with character and river views. It is also next to the Friargate Theater and a short walk from two charming riverside pubs.

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A weekend in high season costs £ 220 a night and you’ll have to hurry as it looks like most summer weekends have already been booked.

A midweek stay will set you back over £ 170, but you’ll need to prepare as most of those dates have already been taken.

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