The Directory of Unusual Places to Stay
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These restful, handcrafted spheres create accommodation set among the tall trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island.
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Have a unique and relaxing holiday in vintage railway carriages in Tatamagouche. Dog's welcome.
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Contemporary hotel features a cave inspired underground hotpool in Banff National Park. With room's that sleep up to 6 people. Dog's welcome.
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A stunning hotel sculptured from ice each year, open from January to March, and found just 10 minutes from downtown Quebec.
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This cabin site is situated next to the beautiful Jasper National Park. With on-site pool, hot tub + restaurant. Dog's welcome.
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An Inn perched on stilts set on the North Atlantic coastline, offering 29 suites, cinema, art gallery, gym, saunas, hot tubs + more.
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Beautiful, relaxing beachfront lodges to energise and refocus. Various room types to choose from, sleeping between 2 and 7 people.
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This boatel is floating right in the middle of Toronto, perfect for a couples city break on the water.
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A hotel, in Edmonton, within a large entertainment centre with themed rooms and plenty to do for all the family. Pets welcome.
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Stunning scenery awaits in this Quebecois national park, and a range of accommodation to enjoy activities including back-country skiing & snow walking
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A nature lovers paradise - stay at Castalia Marsh Retreat in eco friendly cabins in New Brunswick.
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Sleeping in former jail cells, this former Victorian-era prison, is now a hostel in central Ottawa. Great location for exploring. Breakfast included.
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A retro style eco friendly boutique hotel in downtown Vancouver, close to many attractions. Dog's welcome.
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Enjoy a unique experience in this Victorian hotel where each room is designed by a different Toronto artist. At the heart of the city's art district.
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Mountain biking excursions around the Yukon region while staying in a yurt