Airship 002 may have been dubbed Scotland’s “most unusual” stay by the Scotsman, but there’s no denying that both the cabin and the location are completely unforgettable. Designer Roderick James Architects may have had a submarine in mind when developing the project. You get a sense of that inspiration as you consider the tube-like and elongated shape topped off with a glass globe sitting area. The cabin is heated by a woodstove and draws its water from a nearby spring. The east and west sides frame curved glass windows that allow views of the awe-inspiring mountains and the sea of the Isle of Mull. Portholes add additional snippets of landscape and the green surroundings. A small deck has room for dining when weather permits.
In the kitchen you’ll find everything you need for meal prep and fine dining, including an induction ring, a combined oven and microwave, an induction hob, a fridge, a toaster, and a Nespresso coffee machine. A fold-away table comes up from the center island, providing more room for guests to dine and visit.
In the master bedroom, guests can peer out more portholes to gaze at the stars or to watch the native deer, sheep, foxes, and eagles from the comfort of a queen size bed.
Visitors to Drimmin, Scotland, would do well to visit the four-acre property. Airship 002 can be reserved through Airbnb, and has received numerous praising reviews.