Five of the most unique properties you can rent in Norfolk on Airbnb
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As accommodation giant Airbnb bids to break into the Norfolk tourism industry, we take a look at some of the most unique properties across the county that are currently listed on the website.
Aptly named, this holiday home in Marsham, sits on the side of a hill on stilts. Owners Christine and Paul Inch created the unique structure and have turned it into the ideal spot for a romantic getaway, complete with a hot tub under the stars, uninterrupted countryside views, glass balcony and sun deck. The property can accommodate up to three people and prices start from £115 per night. Mr Inch said: 'Airbnb works for us, as it simplifies our life. We have a holiday home at the bottom of the garden and the app allows us to reach a wide audience to whom we can rent out our space for a few days a week. So far we've had more than 60 guests this year and many have come down from London.'
This unique space, a converted aluminium truck body, is available to rent on Airbnb for £59 per night and features, electric heating, hot water, full size kitchen amenities including a hob, fridge and sink, as well as a television. The modern space, which is located in Spooner Row within the grounds of an 18th century farmhouse, sleeps up to two people, has one bathroom and even offers Wi-Fi.
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Winnie is a cosy, handmade, gypsy caravan located in Swanton Morely that can accommodate up to three people, with a small double bed and small single bed underneath. The caravan is situated within a quiet garden (that is also home to two Labradors and three cats) and is complete with a small fridge and kettle. Guests are provided with access to the main house to use bathroom facilities and prices start from £65 a night.
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• The Showman's Wagon
Built for a travelling fairground showman over 100 years ago, this traditional wagon located in Helhoughton has been lovingly restored by its owners, who have taken care to maintain the original character while also adding several modern amenities, such as running water and a new stove. The quirky property sleeps two and costs £50 to rent per night. Owner, Rozzi Freeman said: 'All the people who have stayed have been delightful and extremely respectful.'
• The Good Shepherd Hut
Situated in the coastal village of Overstrand, this charming hut at the edge of the owner's property is surrounded by flowers and exotic shrubs, making it an ideal location for a peaceful retreat. With one bathroom and one bedroom, The Good Shepherd can accommodate up to two people and prices start from £60 per night.
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