Despite sounding like you can't pronounce it even when you can, Inshriach is still a pretty amazing place. The recently resurrected hunting lodge is nestled in a 4.5 thousand kmsq. national park up in the Scottish Highlands, and's not content with merely offering regular local distillery whiskey tastings, off-road driving, and clay shooting (not in that order, thankfully), as they also provide:
Along with a Mongolian-style yurt and a rustic writers' retreat, they've recently added the Beer Moth: a '56 fire service truck they drove up from Kent, then re-fitted by literally raising the roof, then putting in a wall taken from a doghouse (leaving its former occupant raising ruffs), oak floors from a Tudor mansion, a cottage door, a Victorian double bed, and a wood-burning stove using a snooker-slate for a hearth. This sucker is actually still mobile, and will be moved to be closer to...
The Insider Festival:
Taking place on-site over three days in June, this awesomely remote get-together will feature:
Published: May 18, 2012 at 2:00am EDT
Inshriach House Aviemore
Inverness-shire, PH22 1QP
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