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Marvel at the strangest hotels in the world

Sleeping in a cow shack in England

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Cow shack in England. (Photo: The Sun).

Visitors can imagine a cowherd’s shack in the mountains, shaped like a cow to spend the night in Suffolk, England. This motel has 1 double bed and 1 small single bed upstairs.

Staying true to the theme, The Cow Shed is located on a rural farm and visitors can fully experience the daily routines of a farmer like feeding the cattle in the morning. More interestingly, visitors are even invited to clean the barn after waking up.

A night’s sleep here costs from £100.

Land Cruiser Rondavous Land, USA

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The yacht “grounded”. (Photo: The Sun).

Don’t worry if you get seasick, because this Texas yacht is permanently docked on a deserted island. It costs from £82 for a night with a double bed, a sofa bed, a toddler bed and even a mattress spread out on the floor.

There’s also a charcoal grill and 90 private acres to explore – plus it’s a great spot for stargazing with views of the mystical night sky.

However, the most unique thing about the Rondavous Land Yacht is that it is located on a “clothing optional” campsite, so visitors can comfortably get naked under the night sky without minding any reminders from government side.

Mushroom Hostel, Thailand

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Mushroom guesthouse in Thailand. (Photo: The Sun).

The owners of this eco-friendly mushroom hut in Chiang Mai want all their guests to live in harmony with nature.

Named Leafy Greens, the two-story clay house, shaped like a stool, has two floor cushions and a single bed.

The lodge is completely surrounded by wildlife, including crickets, frogs, lizards, butterflies and bugs. However, the owners of this place claim that they will not give refunds if the creatures enter the house.

Emotional Healing Hotel, South Korea

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The hotel is shaped like a giant guitar. (Photo: The Sun).

A home for mental illness in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea is completely “pursuing” rock and roll style. The hotel is shaped like a giant guitar and even has a conference room on the first floor that offers guests ukulele classes.

The hotel rooms accommodate 2 people with a double bed and have a large terrace on the 3rd floor.

Eclipse Dome Mansion, Indonesia

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The villa is designed in a surrealist style. (Photo: The Sun).

Guests can swim in the clover-shaped infinity pool overlooking the ocean at this villa in Indonesia. Perched atop a cliff, the dome is oddly shaped, inspired by surrealist artist Wolfgang Widmoser, who studied under Salvador Dali.

Eclipse Dome Villa has 3 rooms with 1 double bed and 1 single bed, and features a garden with beds for views of the surrounding volcano.

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