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Unusual Places to Stay of a Glamping Kind

If you’re looking for unbelievable, awe-inspiring places to stay with an outdoorsy spin, you’re in the right place. Here you’ll find multi-storey treehouses, cabins floating on lakes, giant beehives, spherical treepods and shimmering mirror boxes, all available to book online. At Canopy & Stars, we personally inspect every single one of our 700+ spaces, looking for the big wows and creative flourishes that turn unusual accommodation into an incredible experience.  


These aren't your normal categories - stay in Iron Age roundhouses, restored tabernacles, bobbing tree pods in quiet forests, weird wheeled creations from green buses to chrome wagons, and treehouses from the ornate and gothic to the simple and remote.


Climb up through this human-sized beehive hiding in the woods on the edge of Dartmoor. Sink into the upper-level bed or take your pick of the shared hot tub or the outdoor stone bath. 

An ingeniously converted shipping container on the shores of a lake on Bodmin Moor. Your only company for miles around are the resident wild ponies that come down to drink the water. 

Venture to your own private island and this spectacular treehouse in Norway, where you can amp up the adventure and arrive by canoe.

Kudhva's angular, minimal structures embrace the industrial history of its old quarry site. They invite you to explore and challenge yourself against the terrain.   


Spaces for a special occasion, whether it's soaking up some quiet time in a hot tub, relaxing after the big day or just treating yourself because you've got a free weekend and not a care in the world.


Yes, really. A UFO bedroom has landed in a forest in Sweden. It's part of the phenomenal Norbotten retreat, that offers outdoor activities like canoeing, riding and husky sledding alongside some truly amazing places to stay. 

Esko's Cabin is a mobile living space, complete with its own hot tub, that gets towed out onto a frozen lake. You'll be taken out by snowmobile to sit on the ice and watch for the northern lights.

A remote roundhouse designed entirely and unmistakably for er... "romance". Monsoon showers, chocolate fondues, champagne chilling in the river and 12 acres of woodland to yourselves. What goes in the round, stays in the round. 

Our greenest adventure ever. Arriving by car is banned, you're off-grid and on your own. The incredible, suspended platform is your bedroom and the cooking hut and bathroom are below in your private woodland.