Unique Hotels – England
This Beatles & 1960’s Mod culture themed houseboat is situated in Liverpool’s famous Albert Dock. The Yellow Sub has heated flooring, and its stylish interior features film and music memorabilia and designer furniture.
The stylish lounge area is equipped with The Beatles gold discs, the mod scooter from the film Quadrophenia and designer furniture from Paris and New York.
The Balancing Barn stands on the edge of a tranquil nature reserve a few miles inland from the Suffolk coast, near the historic towns of Walberswick and Aldeburgh. Clad in elegant silver tiles, the house dramatically cantilevers over the landscape, providing views from its huge panoramic windows over woods, ponds and meadows.
No Man’s Fort, situated in the Solent about 1.5 miles (2.2km) off the Isle of Wight, once housed more than 70 soldiers.
Built between 1867 and 1880, it was one of four forts intended to protect Portsmouth from an attack from Napoleon III. Now, it has been relaunched as a luxury hotel, with 22 bedrooms, a lighthouse penthouse suite, night club, hot tub and laser quest arena. Free WiFi is available on site, and room rates are full board which include breakfast, lunch and dinner.