Red Caboose Motel
Do you recall The Boxcar Children? If you’re looking for a similar adventure with less struggle and more amenities, then this motel is for you. You get to stay in your own cozy caboose dine on food created using ingredients sourced from local Amish farms. There’s even and on-site petting zoo for the kids.
Alnwick Poison Garden
The Alnwick Garden is a complex of formal gardens adjacent to Alnwick Castle in England. One of the more interesting attractions here is the poison garden. The foreboding signs on the front gate seem to give a fairly concise description of what you can expect.
727 Fuselage Home-Costa Verde
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just step off the plane and walk right on the beach without worrying about luggage or security? The 727 Fuselage Home makes this desire a reality…well almost. This unique hotel, which overlooks the Pacific beaches of Manuel Antonio National Park near Quepos, is a retrofitted Boeing 727. Originally designed to carry 150 cramped passengers, the jet is now home to luxurious beds, incredible vistas, and easy beach access.
A one of a kind hotel nestled in a suburb in Nairobi, Kenya, the Giraffe Manor is a small lodge that is home to some of the most endangered Rothschild giraffes in Kenya. It is known today for being a small, private hotel that opens its doors to guests who want to experience feeding giraffes either from their own breakfast tables or through the front door or windows of their rented rooms.
Boot and Breakfast
The Boot and Breakfast is a unique hotel designed as a giant pair of boots. Understandably, when it first opened in 2001, the locals considered the partners to be slightly crazy, but after several years of business and many happy visitors, the owners are rightly taking their place as local celebrities.