WITH another national lockdown ahead of us, we will be spending a lot more time at home.

It also means that many of our travel and holiday plans will have to be put on hold until the government eases restrictions.

However, we can still plan our next luxury weekend break as something to look forward to during lockdown.

From 5-star hotels to a high-end lakeside home, there is something to suit everyone's luxurious preferences on this list.

Here are five unique and luxurious places to consider staying at in Greater Manchester:

Five-star lakeside family home, Manchester

The Bolton News: Lakeside family home (Photo: Airbnb)Lakeside family home (Photo: Airbnb)

When we can finally reunite with our friends and family members, then this home is the perfect staycation spot as it sleeps up to 13 people.

Best of all, this stunning accommodation is just 20 minutes away from Bolton.

While staying here, you can look forward to scenic views of the lake where you can feed the swans and ducks.

The property is also connected to one acre of garden which was featured on the TV programme, Gardener’s World.

The Bolton News: This property has a games room (Photo: Airbnb)This property has a games room (Photo: Airbnb)

Ideal for children, this property has its own games room complete with a pool table, tennis table and table football.

There is even a tree house on the property which the kids can play on for hours.

Prices for December start from £130 per night but this is subject to change.

You can book your own stay at this family home on Airbnb.

The Last Drop Village Hotel, Bolton

The Bolton News: The Last Drop Village Hotel pool (Photo: Booking.com)The Last Drop Village Hotel pool (Photo: Booking.com)

If you want to stay as close to home as possible then you should consider staying at the four-star Last Drop Village Hotel.

It’s the most luxurious hotel in town and prices for the hotel start from £96 per night.

The historic building itself dates back to the 17th Century when the Orrell family owned the land.

It’s located on the West Pennine Moors with plenty of walking and cycling routes in the surrounding areas.

Best of all, it’s the ideal hotel to relax at as there is an on-site spa which includes a sauna, a steam room, a gym and even a swimming pool.

 Book a room on Booking.com.
Stock Exchange Hotel, Manchester
The Bolton News: The Stock Exchange Hotel (Photo: Booking.com)The Stock Exchange Hotel (Photo: Booking.com)

If you’re hoping for a truly luxurious stay in the county, then look no further than The Stock Exchange Hotel.

At £194-£230 per night, the hotel has a high price point.

However, it was named as once of the best hotels in the world by Luxury Travel Intelligence (members-only organisation aimed at high-net-worth individuals).

Here, guests have a choice of forty rooms to stay in including suites and rooms- but the signature suites are where the true luxury lies.

The Bolton News: A luxe suite in the hotel (Photo: Booking.com)A luxe suite in the hotel (Photo: Booking.com)

The Nineteen ‘O’ Six Suite has two king sized beds and bespoke furnishings- it even has its own kitchenette and large seating area.

If you’ve always dreamed of staying in a penthouse suite, then look no further than The House.

This residence has its own roof terrace, boasting excellent views of Manchester.

It has an open plan design with two separate lounges, a bar and a dining room- it even had a fitness room.

Book your stay on Booking.com.

A woodland cabin, Diggle

The Bolton News: A woodland cabin (Photo: Airbnb)A woodland cabin (Photo: Airbnb)

Don’t be deceived by its size- this cabin in Diggle is surprisingly luxurious.

It’s the ideal accommodation for couples who just want to escape the stressors of everyday life.

This tiny house is nestled high up in the Saddleworth Hills, in a peaceful and secluded spot in 30 acres of privately owned land.

The cabin’s living room has a luxury double bed complete with an en suite double shower.

The Bolton News: A look inside the tiny house (Photo: Airbnb)A look inside the tiny house (Photo: Airbnb)

While there is no cooker or hop, the kitchen area is kitted out with plenty of appliances including an omelette maker, a microwave- there is even a barbeque if you are willing to brave the chilly conditions.

By far, the best part of the property is the outdoor decked area; there is a log burning Chiminea to curl up next to while admiring the stunning views.

To book this accommodation, visit Airbnb.

Unique Boudoir accommodation, Manchester City Centre

The Bolton News: Inside the boutique room (Photo: Airbnb)Inside the boutique room (Photo: Airbnb)

Fancy staying in a unique private room in a boutique hotel?

This room can sleep six people and  is described as a “hidden gem” and a “luxury home from home”.

It certainly is a feast for the eyes as it has a floral theme and much of the décor is floral and pink.

There are plenty of quirky additions to the room, such as an overhead projector to watch movies on and your very own popcorn maker.

This would be the perfect accommodation for a girl’s weekend away after lockdown restrictions ease.

To find out more about this accommodation, visit Airbnb.

Which accommodation was your favourite? Let us know in the comments.