Back in 2014 I wrote a blog on 10 quirky places you can stay the night in Scotland and it seems that lots of you love staying in unique accommodation as much as I do as the blog continues to be very popular.
Since then I've stayed in a few more unusual places and even managed to spend the night at one of the recommendations on my list.
I thought it was about time I shared some of the new quirky accommodation choices that I have discovered that I would personally love to try out and have complied an updated list with 10 more quirky places you can spend the night in Scotland.
1. Float you boat on board The Four Sisters Boatel in Edinburgh
Moored on the Union Canal, this static luxury houseboat has been purpose built to offer self catering accommodation with a difference in the heart of Edinburgh. Visit website.
2. Stay in a High Seas Hobbits home in The Shire (Aberdeenshire to be precise!)
These hobbit pods in Rosehearty provide everything you need for a luxury glamping holiday with the bonus of dramatic cliff top scenery on the doorstep. Visit website.
3. Relive your childhood by swinging from a Treehouse in East Lothian
These en-suite Treehouses have been designed to offer the highest degree of space and comfort, with sea views from the deck above and swings at the rear. Visit Website.
4. Follow the whisky trail from Barley Bothy near Huntly
Situated on a farm in a field of barley grown for malting whisky, this upcycled tin shed provides all the comforts you need while allowing you to get back to nature. Visit website.
5. Take command of the Gatehouse at Ayton Castle in Eyemouth
This impressive pink sandstone holiday cottage is actually the gatehouse at the entrance to Ayton Castle. Guests have access to the extensive castle grounds including a river walk along the Eye Water. Visit website.
6. Enjoy a novel holiday as an independent bookseller in Wigtown
Supported by volunteers you will get the chance to take charge of The Open Book and play bookseller for a week or two in Scotland's National Book Town. Stay in the apartment above, run the bookshop below and explore the area on the bikes provided. Visit website.
7. Escape the daily grind at a 17th Century watermill in Castle Douglas
Believed to be one of the oldest corn and flour watermills in the south of Scotland, Ironmacannie Mill now provides self catering accommodation. Still used commercially until the 1940s, much of the original machinery still remains, Visit website.
8. Go for a paddle at this seashore cabin on the Isle of Mull
With views over the stunning Calgary Bay, Kittiwake Cabin is a work of art built by a wood sculptor and has a unique roof topped with an old rowing boat. A white sandy beach and a sculpture trail on the doorstep are just some of the local highlights. View website.
9. Enjoy an eco-friendly stay in your own Dome Sweet Dome in Appin
These open plan ecopods are filled with light and furnished with design classics. Enjoy a hamper of local goodies while you savour the views over Castle Stalker and Loch Linnhe. View website.
10. Fall asleep counting sheep in this Shepherds Hut near Fort William
This hand made hut is located near the river and has stunning views of Ben Nevis. The wood burning stove and lanterns make it perfect for a cosy romantic break. Visit website.
Have you stayed at any unique places in Scotland? If so I would love to hear about it so be sure to share your recommendations in the comments section below. If you haven't had a look at my original blog you can find 10 more unusual accommodation suggestions here.
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