Stuffed with hundreds of books, this tiny cabin is designed as a place to unplug and escape the distractions of the internet.
In the absence of wi-fi or reliable phone reception, guests can instead curl up with a novel on the cabin’s front terrace – which sits beneath the leaves and branches of the surrounding wood. It’s located in the tiny village of Adelin, which is a 45-minute drive from Warsaw.
The hut, which sleeps two, is the creation of an entrepreneur and architect couple, who wanted to design a quiet spot to switch off and reconnect with nature. It’s a take on the classic A-frame cabin, albeit much reduced in size, and has all the traditional elements of a country hideaway, including a wood-burning stove.
There’s plenty of woodland walks on the cabin’s doorstep, but it’s full-length windows mean visitors can also admire the view from inside on rainy days. It’s available to rent via Slowhop, price on request.