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Beam me up Scotty! Stay in a remote Scottish airship with breathtaking Highland views

The views across the Sound of Mull are literally out of this world

From £165 per night

Published by
C. 'silver-tooth' Sharpe·20/10/2022

Pirates, Scotland is one of those places that can feel like the end of the Earth: deep, cold lochs, remote islands and mighty mountainscapes.

Having a chance to enjoy Scotland's incredible natural beauty is a real privilege - which is why we think this AirShip pod is the perfect way to see the Highlands.


  • Scotland


Imagine it, waking up from your bed, pulling down the cosy tartan blanket and looking out onto this view...

The aluminium AirShip pod is on a secluded four-acre site in Drimnin - one of the most remote parts of Scotland.

The untouchable, remote location allows you to enjoy views that we imagine would inspire painters - or at least Instagrammers.

Your view from inside expands across the Sound of Mull, towards Tobermory and out to the stormy seas beyond. Thanks to its location, you'll also sleep under twinkling constellations (unless you stay awake to stargaze).

The dragon fly windows allow you to sit in the warm comfort of the AirShip and admire the view for as long as you like.

Inside, there's everything you could need: kitchenette, Wi-Fi, heating, bathroom, coffee maker and shower.

For sure, the crackling wood-burning stove will add a comforting soundtrack to your stay.

When it's time to hunker down to bed, there's a soft, cosy Queen bed waiting for you, complete with portholes, so you can watch the sunrise from bed.

If you're a lover of getting back to nature, this is about as close as you could ever want. With stunning walks nearby (distilleries as well), gorgeous sunsets and driving routes that lead to remote villages and viewpoints.

It's around £165* per night to stay at the AirShip - which we think is a bargain considering what an incredible, unique experience guests can have. If you don't believe us, check out what reviewers had to say, and you'll soon see what we mean.


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