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Norfolk bell tents named as one of the top wanted rentals on Airbnb

PUBLISHED: 11:52 21 September 2017 | UPDATED: 11:52 21 September 2017

Ambers Bell Tents which is one of the most popular rentals on Airbnb. Picture Airbnb.

Ambers Bell Tents which is one of the most popular rentals on Airbnb. Picture Airbnb.

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A series of bell tents in north Norfolk has been revealed as one of the most desirable rentals on Airbnb.

Ambers Bell Tents which is one of the most popular rentals on Airbnb. Picture Airbnb. Ambers Bell Tents which is one of the most popular rentals on Airbnb. Picture Airbnb.

Ambers Bell Tents at Oulton have made the top 10 after the property-sharing site unveiled the world’s most-wanted rentals across England, Wales and Scotland.

The nine bell furnished tents, which can be found in grounds of Mannington Hall and Gardens, were the only rentals in the region to make the list.

Prices for a nights stay start at £95 and all tents come with a double or single bed, an in tent log burner and vintage inspired kitchen ware.

The site includes hot showers, toilets and fire pits.

Ambers Bell Tents which is one of the most popular rentals on Airbnb. Picture Airbnb. Ambers Bell Tents which is one of the most popular rentals on Airbnb. Picture Airbnb.

The accommodation currently has five star reviews on the website.

Other rentals that made the top ten included a Cumbrian castle, an old windmill and a tree house.

Airbnb was established in 2008 and currently has more than three million listings in 191 different countries.

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