This is a remarkable “green” cob cottage, built using many natural and reclaimed materials including straw bales, earth, clay, round timber and stone! Best part? You can rent it! Located in Moray, Scotland, you’ll feel far away from it all while staying here.
The home comes equipped with a full kitchen, spacious outdoor living area, roomy bathroom, bunks, a double bed and even a couple of fold-out futons if you want a family vacation.
Of course, we’re all waiting for travel overseas to open back up again, but if you happen to live in Scotland, maybe you should make reservations right now! Book your stay over at Airbnb.
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A Wee Slice of Scottish Paradise: Fairytale Cob Cottage With Green Roof
Love the natural grass roof. Looks like a fun hair-do!
Back view of the home from the distance.
Entryway takes you into the beautiful home.
Wow! What a lovely gathering space.
This fully-equipped kitchen is dreamy.
Those two chairs fold out into extra beds.
View from the very-fun top bunk.
Door to the Master bedroom.
Lovely bed with a look at the exposed beams.
Bunk beds for the kids (or adults!)
Cozy corner by the fireplace.
Perfect outdoor living area.
Gaze at the clouds or the stars. They even have a telescope if you’d like.
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