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Tiny Cabin in Scottish Countryside

"…the cabin we were staying in had been specifically designed for visitors seeking isolation and a self-sufficient, back-to-nature experience in the great Scottish outdoors. A one-room hut with a platform bed, table, bench seat, sofa, sink and stove, the corrugated iron bothy crouches like a minimalist doll's house in a secluded birch- and bracken-speckled dell. Stoking the fire and lighting candle lanterns in the all-but-silent gloaming, we felt miles from civilisation…"
http://shltr.net/bothycabin
http://www.thebothyproject.org/




7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very handsome.

Anonymous said...

I love the beautiful but spare interior...

Scott said...

Love the set up of the kitchen / eating area. So simple, functional, and minimalistec. What is the cyclindal thing on the outside? Rainwater collection, outside shower?

Anonymous said...

More interior pictures please.

Walter said...

Yes, the cylinder has a tank in the top for rainwater and firewood underneath. There are lots more pictures at http://www.flickr.com/photos/inshriach

Annnightflyer said...

Simplicity at its finest!

Diane said...

I am so happy to see this as I have always been a person who enjoys small places. I turned a Playhouse into a home for a traveling single to Scottsdale, Arizona. I named it the Alice in Wonderland House on Airbnb. It hasn't caught on yet but I hope that it will and do well during our high season here. What a Blessing that would be to me.

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