A cabin in the Cairngorms
“The one about the man who gets eaten by bears?”
“No, the one where he goes to Alaska, kills a moose, fails to save its meat from some wolves, then eats a wild berry and poisons himself to death.”
Our patch of wilderness was in fact only four miles from Aviemore, in the Cairngorms national park, but 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.
Designed as an artists’ residency space, it is now being opened up to paying guests for part of the year…
For the full article see The Guardian.