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Britain’s most interesting self-catering

Why check in to a hotel when you can have a castle, a converted shipping container or even a haunted house all to yourself?


This charming shack is filled with earthy ceramics and patchwork quilts, handmade by popular local artist and owner Pip. She offers classes in beachcombing or driftwood sculpting. Outside can be found The Gower Way, which runs through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Worm is a thrilling peninsula walk that’s only accessible at low tide, and the nearby Rhossili Bay has twice been voted Britain’s Best Beach (sleeps six, minimum three-night stay; from £300;

ARRIVE Pip offers pick-up from Swansea train station. Bristol Temple Meads to Swansea takes one hour 45 minutes (from £38;

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