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If you’ve ever wanted a vacation among the Highlands of Scotland, look no further than Stardust. Located on Loch Ewe, Scotland, Stardust is a collection of unusual spaces and accommodation, with a boathouse, shepherd’s hut and a large winter hut.

Stardust - A Unique Rental in the Scottish Highlands

The boathouse has been transformed into a luxurious cottage with picturesque views of the surroundings landscape. The house has been furnished with both traditional and modern pieces, creating a warm, and comfortable interior.

Stardust - A Unique Rental in the Scottish Highlands

The main living area contains a bedroom nook that’s separated from the rest of the room with a simple stud wall and drapes. The remainder of the room acts as a living room, with armchairs, a built-in and free-standing sofa and a wood burning stove.

Stardust - A Unique Rental in the Scottish Highlands

You’ll also find a luxurious modern bathroom in the converted boathouse. It features LED lighting around a freestanding tub, retro wall art, marine-themed tchotchkes, and elements of wood that reinforce its rustic decor.

Stardust - A Unique Rental in the Scottish Highlands

The kitchen seems to be located in the shepherd’s hut, a traditional shelter that was used by farmers in the 19th and 20th century during sheep raising and lambing.

Stardust - A Unique Rental in the Scottish Highlands

The interior is very kitschy, and as Tredir says, it’s a case of organized chaos within a 50’s setting. The front end of the hut contains the kitchen, and the rear contains a dedicated dining area.

Stardust - A Unique Rental in the Scottish Highlands

And as if all that wasn’t enough to preoccupy you, you can always take a dip in the hot tub, make use of the BBQ pit, or chill out in the winter hut (next to it’s fire pit). Perhaps the best thing to do is simply soak in the amazing surroundings.

For more small houses check out the Small Fiscavaig House from Scotland, or the Hood Canal Boathouse that’s been converted into a weekend retreat.

Via Tredir