Small but perfectly formed
Tiny Home might be off grid, but this solar powered eco-cabin has 240v sockets, plenty of indoor and outdoor lighting, a fridge, and to keep you cosy indoors, a log burning stove.
As well as Greta, the outdoor cooker, there is also a full gas cooker inside and with the option to purchase our own delicious farm reared Venison direct from the farm.
With luxurious towels, robes, slippers and toiletries all included in the price, you don’t need to bring too much with you, however, just remember it is a hillside cabin on a farm so do remember to bring outdoor footwear and warm outdoor clothing!
As the name suggests, Tiny Home’s small interior is cleverly designed to make the most of the space, meaning that the open plan sleeping space does sit directly above the interior living space. The double bed is accessed by a set of open stairs, as shown in the photographs. It is very comfortable and has its own window, however, if you are claustrophobic then this might not be the best place for you.
We do have a good mobile signal most of the time with 4G on some networks but if you are looking for WiFi and/or a TV on your break, then Tiny Home isn’t going to be right for you.
But if you do fancy escaping from the noise and stress of everyday life and having a bit of a digital detox, spending time at this stunning hillside retreat in one of the iconic locations in the south of Scotland, then you couldn’t choose a better place.
Soak up nature
If you fancy a bit of paddleboarding then there are 2 boards available at Tiny Home, meaning that you and your partner can go out on the water together. You could even enjoy some wild swimming in your own private Lochan.
Life jackets are supplied for our guests and must be used when paddleboarding in the Lochan. Paddleboarding and swimming at Tiny Home are entirely at your own risk.
Then when you come out of the water, simply step into the Swedish woodfired hot tub with a glass of something nice in hand, sit back and listen…… listen to the deer speaking all around you, or to the sound of a buzzard flying high overhead or to a toad croaking in the undergrowth. At night you might even spot a badger crossing the bottom of the waterfall and in September and October, you can listen to the roar of the stags during the Rut. And on a clear night you can just sit back and gaze at the stars.