Your accommodation is unique in that is is a renovated shipping container. It is beautiful inside and has had no expense spared, guaranteeing the utmost comfort. You have a slumber-down double bed with a pocket sprung mattress, ensuring a good night's sleep.
The bathroom is simple with a huge 1200 mm power shower, wash hand basin, toilet and heated towel rail.
The sitting area is comfortable and has a nice wee two seater leather sofa. There is a 32" Samsung smart tv. Perfect for those cosy nights in, watching catch up, if you have had a hard day on the hill or you have been out and about and just fancy chilling. You have a small fridge which will have a few supplies, for your convenience. There is a coffee making machine, a kettle, toaster and combo microwave oven & grill. There is a nice feeling of space, just perfect for two people to relax.
There are two large picture windows, that allow you to take in the view, with a nice feeling of privacy.
You also have an area outside with seats and a picnic bench, where you can strike up a BBQ or light the Chiminea or fire pit, if you want to sit out and have a glass of wine on a nice evening, whilst looking out onto the hill.
I worked for an International Airline for 26 years and therefore travelled extensively, so I would like to think I know a wee bit about what folk are looking for whilst travelling. If it is not supplied, you only have to ask.
I like to create an atmosphere where you feel completely at home and happy to come and go, knowing that I am around and about if you need me.
I do have animals, but this won't impact on your stay, unless you want it to. They are very friendly but know their place.
I work as a freelance photographer and I spend a lot of the time outdoors or on the hill myself so I am good for recommending walks and different places of interest.
I am also a keen snowboarder and will look forward to welcoming folk with similar interests.
Since leaving the airline, I found that I missed meeting people from all walks of life, and by letting out my wee cabin, then I get to fill that need and look forward to meeting as many of you from different places, as possible.
I have a motorbike and there are some great routes up here for the bikers amongst you and in-fact, I intend to do the North 500 myself at some point, so maybe some of you might be able to give me some travel tips.