Typically, you would want to indulge in luxury and relaxation when on holiday in Northern England so it would be expected for you to search for the most comfortable lodgings for your trip. But going on vacation also means you should have unique experiences that you can take with you when you go home. So on your next break, why not mix both and stay in unique but comfy accommodation as you explore the history and culture rich shores of the North.

Live in a train in North Yorkshire


Sure, you’ve travelled by train and probably even slept in one. But what about living in one for a week? Try staying in a self-catering train carriage that has been renovated to provide lodging comforts while retaining some of its original rail-day features. It is equipped with its own kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms, and a dining area with a view of the splendid countryside.

Stay cosy in a yurt with unique interior designs in Linconshire


If you’re a fan of glamping, then this is for you. Surrounded by acres of field, you can spend your hours outdoors getting in touch with nature and enjoying the beautiful scenery. And when it’s time to rest, you step into a dome-shaped tent with its own decoration theme, which is luxuriously equipped with a gloriously comfortable bed, wood burner, and other amenities.

Camp out in a tipi in the English Lake District


After enjoying water activities or watching the magnificent sunset over England’s largest lake, trade holiday adventure stories with new-found friends or your travel mates inside a snuggly weather-proofed tipi, complete with decorative rugs, carpets, and groundsheets.

Travel and sleep in a gypsy caravan in Cumbria


Ever wondered what it would be like being nomad, always searching for the next adventure? Then book a vardo and enjoy experiencing the wanderlust life as you drive your own horse-drawn caravan across the Lake District. Then when you need to rest, just stop at a campsite to park, and slip into your self-equipped caravan (with a bed, stick burning stove, and even a bay window).

Photos by: wagon16Frantisek TrampotaMark Webb and Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums

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