Hotels can be found in cities and countries around the world. From luxurious to cost-friendly, until recently, they were all fairly typical. A room, a bed, some conveniences and a place to sleep, were all most people were looking for. Today, many travelers are looking for something different and hoteliers are more than willing to accommodate this desire. Even in the U.S. , unique and creative accommodations are popping up all over the place. If you are one of the many people who love unique accommodations and want to try something new, take a look at 3 of the most unique the U.S. has to offer.
US Frying Pan Tower
Roughly 35 miles off the coast of North Carolina, stands a lighthouse stand called the Frying Pan Tower. Ex-Coast Guard, this light station in the Atlantic has been transformed from light house to unlikely hotel experience. A bed and breakfast like no other, this unique destination is one that offers solace and plenty of fish. If you love space, the sky and plenty of amenities without the crowds, this is the place for you. You can find out more about this historic and creative location on their website at fptower.com.
Kokopelli’s Cave Bed & Breakfast
Ever wanted to know what it was like to be a cave man? Head to the deserts of New Mexico and this unique B&B. Kokopelli’s Cave is a cave house built right into the vertical sandstone cliffs over 300 feet above the La Plata River. Much like the early residents of the area, this B&B uses not brick and mortar, but nature as their building blocks. An award winning experience, the cave is located 70’ below the surface and is accessible only by walking a sloping path cut into the rocks. Roughly 1700’ feet in size, it includes all the amenities including waterfall shower, full kitchen and Jacuzzi tub not to mention the amazing views. You can find out more about this unique destination on their site at kokoscave.com.
Out‘n’About Treehouse Treesort
Last on our list is the Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort. Not the only tree resort in the country, it is considered one of the best. Situated on 36 acres near Siskiyou National Forest in Oregon, this unique destination offers you a chance to seep in the trees and enjoy a variety of fun tree and outdoor related activities as well. More than just a treehouse, this “treesort”, as it is called, is a four star “treesort” and offers plenty of food, central amenities for all and best of all, accommodations you will never forget. You can learn more about them on their website at treehouses.com.