Now we’ve covered the best bed and breakfasts in the world and the reasons why we all love them, where they come from, and what their heritage is. What about the most unusual B&Bs in the world? Let’s take a look at some of the weird and wonderful B&B accommodations around the globe.
Out n’ About Treehouse Treesort, Oregon USA
This “treesort” is just as you might guess – a tree house style bed and breakfast. For those looking for a more adventurous and child like stay, this is the one for you. Oregon is known for its beauty and nature, which you can enjoy with zip lines and swinging ropes.
Cherry Wood Bed and Breakfast Barn, Washington USA
If you’re a fan of camping or glamping, this yurt B&B will be right up your alley. The twenty foot tepee has everything you’ll need, including a fridge and shower. Visit in the summer and enjoy a grill in the great outdoors, or huddle up beside the log fire in the winter months for a cosy stay.
Adrerre Amellal, Egypt
Bed beside the dunes in this Saharan eco-lodge a few hours from Cairo. You’ll be truly all alone at this unique resort, with nothing but sand for miles to see. The lodge itself is built from salt and clay, giving you a cool stay in this place that is 18 feet below sea level.
Great Orme Lighthouse, Wales UK
With tonnes of history to discover here, this former lighthouse has been converted into an inn for a cosy and incredible stay. You’ll get 180 degree views of the cliffs of North Wales and the Irish Sea for a stay you will truly never forget. With history dating back to the 1800s, you’ll be entertained, educated, and well taken care of in this unique bed and breakfast.
Poseidon Undersea Resort, Fiji
The clue is in the name. This truly unforgettable experience takes place 40 feet below the sea and has glass walls surrounding the rooms so you will be able to fully immerse yourself in the experience of living underwater with all the creatures beside you. There are twenty four suites to choose from, and the experience itself is said to be like a five star hotel stay.