This Devonshire bothy offers ‘camping within walls’ accommodation on the coast.
Skip the hassle of putting up your tent this summer and stay in this coastal stone hut with sea-views for miles.
For a truly rustic getaway, try this indoor camping style bothy set deep in the wilds of Heddon Valley.
A rustic bothy for those who want to spend more time exploring the fells, tarns and peaks of the Lake District.
A ‘stone tent’ warmed by a log-burner, set just metres from the shores of Loweswater.
A rustic barn conversion complete with a log-burner, perfect for unwinding after hiking Exmoor National Park.
Stay on England’s spectacular natural World Heritage Site, The Golden Cap, in this restored military building.
This restored farm building is perfect for large groups looking for a rural retreat in the Kent countryside.
Get the group together for a memorable experience in this converted barn which lies in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
This former barn sits in a rural location, close enough to the coast that you can watch the waves from the windows.
Stay on a film-set location for Game of Thrones in this 14-sleeper bunkhouse.
For a Brecon Beacons getaway with your large group, try this 15-sleeper bunkhouse nestled in the Upper Tarell valley.
Restored Victorian cottage with room for 16 people, perfect for exploring Hadrian’s Wall and the wild Northumbrian coastline.
Hassle-free bunkhouse accommodation for those who want to spend more time exploring the Cornish coast than indoors.
A Lake District woodland hideaway for 16 people, with the shores of Lake Windermere nearby.
A rural Surrey bunkhouse on Leith Hill, with lots of walking trails on its doorstep.
A large bunkhouse on the Ilam Park estate with the formidable hills and rocky outcrops of the Peak District nearby.
Nestling in the woodlands of the Ashridge Estate is the Chilterns Bunkhouse, a restored barn with no mobile coverage and wildlife roaming all around.
An estate bunkhouse full of rustic character, with the mighty Dinefwr Castle providing the backdrop.
Go kayaking, coasteering or hiking along the Pembrokeshire coast when you stay in this large Stackpole bunkhouse.