GETTING fed up with bog-standard accommodation stays and want a holiday full of adventure?

Well look no further -  Cumbria has a wealth to offer staycationers and holidaymakers alike. 

Whether it be sharing a room with a four-legged friend or camp hanging off a cliff edge, there's plenty of quirky stays in and around Cumbria to give you the experience of a lifetime, and plenty to tell your friends about. 

Here's some of our favourites. 

Another Place, Watermillock, Ullswater

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Another Place are offering a treehouse surrounded to the backdrop of tall Oak Trees and looking towards to the lake and fells beyond. The property also comes with a freestanding bath that sits on the deck, the perfect one with nature soak. 

The lodging spot also offers six handcrafted shepherd huts, each fitted with stargazing roofs, a perfect accompaniment to the fully fitted log burner. 

Wanderlusts, Penrith 

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Wanderlusts offer the only horse drawn gypsy caravan holidays traversing you through beautiful locations in and around Cumbria and The Eden Valley. 

Trundle along quiet country lanes in a traditional horse drawn gypsy caravan before camping up at a secluded camp where you can cook over an open fire, swim in surrounding streams and become one with nature before getting snug in the wagon. 

Wrostler's Barn at Dodgson Wood, near Coniston

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Secluded in the wilderness of the Lake District National Park, Wrostler's barn is perfect for those with a yearning for being completely immersed in nature. When it gets a bit nippy, you can kick off the muddy boots and settle down by wood burner inside.  

Cliff Camping, Honister Slate Mine, near Keswick

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Cliff camping takes a room with a view to the next thrill-seeking level. Entry into the accomodation spot requires a crossing of the infinity bridge followed by an abseil down the side of the crag to approach your cosy corner for the evening, which is 500 feet above Honister pass dangle. 

Enjoy a Cumbrian food hamper to keep the midnight munchies away and hang out watching one of the most impressive sunrises in the world!

Stable Stays, Greenbank Farm, Cartmel

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For horse lovers of any age, spend time with one of the beautiful Friesian horses and share a self-catering stable for the night - clap away until your drift asleep and wake up to your role in feeding your newly acquainted friend - as seen on Jack Whitehall, Travels with My Father. 

Croglin Yurt, Drybeck Farm, Armathwaite

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A magical yurt nestled on the river bank. It is a perfect rural retreat as you step through the doors into a stunning, beautifully appointed interior with vintage furniture and soft furnishings.  

On fine evenings you can sit outside by a roaring fire whilst listening to the owls and the splash of fish jumping in the river only to fall into a slumber and be awoken to the sounds of birds. 

Converted bus, Hinterlandes

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A converted bus, with a VW camper bedroom on the roof, in a remote corner of The Lake District. With a wood-fired hot tub making up for the most perfect and unbelievable setting - perfect for a couple. 

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