Choosing accommodation for a short break or holiday can be tricky with so many options for you to pick from. Some may suit your needs better than others, but occasionally you might want to try something outside of your usual. We’ve found five different types of accommodation that you could book for your next trip, so be ready to think outside the box and be open to anything.
A new craze bringing luxury into camping is glamping. If you’re not one for basic living, but wouldn’t mind a break in a remote location, then this could be the accommodation for you. Glamping gives you the chance to experience camping without having to deal with shared toilets/showers and no working electrics. So if you like your luxuries then give glamping a try.
Staying in a hotel on your trip is usually a safe bet. You can expect a comfortable bed, en-suite facilities, possibly a luxurious breakfast and a fluffy bathrobe. Hotels are usually located in the best spots so that you can explore whatever location you are in. They’re also available in a wide range of prices so will suit your budget no matter what it is.
B&B (Bed & Breakfast)
If you want a full English cooked and ready for you in the morning, then a Bed & Breakfast might be the perfect accommodation for you. Friendly hosts will give you a bed for the night and then provide you with fuel for the day in the morning. This type of accommodation also comes at a variety of prices so you can save and spend in a way that suits you.
Many people like their independence and if this sounds a bit like you, then book yourself a self catered style accommodation such as a flat or cottage. Here you can expect all your usual household amenities and cooking facilities so that you can make and do what you want, when you want. This style of accommodation is perfect for people who are looking for a private break and their own space.
Staying in a chalet is perfect for those of you who like luxury. These are usually located in the most desired places around the world and are perfect for a cosy place to stay with beautiful views. Chalets in Chamonix, for example, are ideal for your break if you like the finer things in life, giving you luxury at a great price along with a fun packed holiday.
These are just five popular accommodation choices for holiday makers across Britain and the world. You’ll find other unique types of accommodation if you’re looking for something a bit different, just check out these ideas. This guide should have equipped you with the information you need to make an informed decision about the accommodation you stay in on your next trip. Just make sure it suits the location you’re in and you’ll be ready to go.