Weird and wonderful hotel experiences from around the world
Cockpit and cocktails: An old Bristol freighter doubles as a motel in Otorohanga, New Zealand. There's one suite in the old pilot's quarters and one in the tail.
A woof over your head: When two chainsaw artists in Idaho, U.S.A, decided to create a roadside attraction to entice visitors to their studio, this was the result - Sweet Willy, the Beagle B&B.
Call the lifeboat: These two marine survival capsules in The Hague, Netherlands, have been converted to a hotel.
For cave men and their women: You can stay in these 5th century cliff dwellings in Cappadocia, Turkey, now warmly reappointed as rooms for rent.
What a dive: This is the visible portion of the Utter Inn in Sweden, a 'cottage' with an underwater room. You are just rowed out to it and left in peace, with only the fish for company.
Cold cuts only? The Igloo Village provides surprisingly warm accommodation in a ski resort high in the Swiss Alps
Pipe dream: Pieces of concrete sewage pipe in Austria have been fitted with beds, and you pay only what you think they are worth.
VAT included: Old winemaking barrels have been turned into bedrooms in Stavoren, Holland.
Doing porridge: A former military prison in Ljubljana, Slovenia, is now a youth hostel called Celica (which means cell)