Sleep on a summit
On a still night, there’s nowhere better to sleep than hundreds of metres high. On a summit, you’re making your bed on an island in the expanse of a view. When the sun goes down, you’re there, bundled in your jacket watching the last rays of daylight fade across the hills. You’re there when the moon rises with surprising brightness and you’re there when the scarlet dawn breaks the horizon. You have the best chance of seeing a cloud inversion and you have the whole hill to yourself. What could beat that? Really, if there’s a better place to sleep, we want to know it...(and don’t you dare say The Savoy).