te huur Tinyhouse Bothy Project – Highland

Wauw wat een plek , geen wifi, geen ontvangst, nog geen streep ,rust , de wind en jezelf.

http://www.canopyandstars.co.uk/britain/scotland/highland/inshriach-house/the-bothy-project

 

Inshriach House

Not suitable for children

Pets welcome

Kids cannot be accommodated at the Bothy. Pets are welcome at Inshriach but dogs must be kept on a lead in the vicinity of the farm as there are sheep in the surrounding fields. There is a £20 fine if any of them kills a chicken or bites a sheep.

A simple, peaceful place where you can relax into the miles of highlands around you

The Bothy Project is itself the product of a project. It was built as part of a plan to establish a series of studios in diverse locations across Scotland where artists could hide themselves away and get creative. To read more about this imaginative attempt to mobilise the Scottish art community, take a look here.

During the summer months, the bothy is available for you to stay in and you can get as creative, or be as lazy, as you like. The Bothy Project invites you to try your hand at some rustic living. You cook on the wood-burner, shower in the fresh air and clamber up to the mezzanine bed for a peaceful night’s sleep – or why not pop over to Walter’s gin distillery too, recently voted Channel 4’s 2015 Shed of the Year?!

Located within the Cairngorms National Park, Inshriach Bothy was designed by architect Iain MacLeod & artist Bobby Niven. The Bothy was built in 2012 with the support of the Royal Scottish Academy and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.

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