The name speaks for itself; you are unlikely to find anything comparable anywhere, and a stay in one of our Unique Collection cottages is a truly unique experience.
There are over 20 cottages in this collection and from castles to towers and isolation hospitals to lighthouse keeper's cottages there's always something different to choose from.
One of our favourites is The Water Tower on the Trelissick Estate in Cornwall which is four stories high yet only has one room on each floor! It was designed with such style and embellishments that it resembles the legendary tower of Rapunzell!
You may like to stay at The Triumphal Arch in Herefordshire which was formerly the coachman's home and has beautiful views across Capability Brown gardens and its parkland.
Alternatively you can experience the 1930s period with a stay at 52 or 54 Inge Street in Birmingham which are two of the eleven small houses that make up Birmingham's last surviving courtyard of Back to Back houses.
Here are just a few of our cottages in the Unique Collection but you'll find others throughout the website.
C17th cottage on the edge of the Llanerchaeron parkland, in the beautiful Aeron Valley.
One of two holiday cottages that are part of this traditional lighthouse.
Castellated cliff top folly in spectacular position on headland.
A distinctive former stone water tower with an intriguing interior.
An octagonal sitting room is one unusual feature of this cottage.
The Round House is situated on the Ickworth House, Park and Gardens estate in Suffolk