Stay in North Yorkshire’s world’s first sunflower hotel for a truly unusual staycation.
A STAYCATION hideaway in North Yorkshire has built the world’s first Sunflower Hotel, which is covered with over 1,000 sunflower heads and is perfect for people looking for a distinctive holiday.
Kip & Nook, a luxury vacation hideaway company, has collaborated with Interflora, a flower brand, to produce a hotel room decked in bright yellow blooms. The former shipping container is now a private, off-grid cottage in the midst of the countryside, located on the outskirts of Darlington.
Inside, there’s an open-plan kitchen, a cozy lounge with a wood-burning stove, and a waterfall shower.
There’s also a king-size bed with a skylight for stargazing, as well as a log-burning hot tub outdoors for a romantic and relaxing time away.
This would be an ideal once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for individuals looking for unique Instagram shots of the sunflower interior and exterior.
Guests can go on a 90-minute hike through the surrounding mountainous countryside before taking a floral design workshop with one of Interflora’s professional florists.
For those who enjoy gardening, the great British outdoors, and summer blooms, this is the summer staycation destination to visit.
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Floral enthusiasts can relax in The Secret Garden, which is set in a private outdoor setting with a rustic fire pit.
Other alternatives include a property themed after The Magic Faraway Tree or a deckhouse cabin based on The Wizard of Oz.
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Visit Interflora’s Instagram and Facebook pages to learn how to book a room at the Sunflower Hotel.
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