/ Rent Remote bungalow scotland?

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iainoman - on 11 Jun 2013
Evening all, General inquiry really, so was not sure where to post topic, hope it finds an answer here.
I am looking for a remote bungalow/ bothy to rent over the xmas/ new year, with minimum connection to the outside world. I realise that this may generate q's, but in essence I am after hot and cold water and lighting (gas or electric) No phone coverage is required.
I would google, but the chances are some company with a very good SOE etc will not yield the result I am after.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers
estivoautumnal - on 11 Jun 2013
Jimbo W on 11 Jun 2013
iainoman - on 11 Jun 2013
Gents, many many thanks for the int.
almost sane - on 11 Jun 2013
In reply to iainoman:
There's a few here. No phone coverage. Fesh venison from the estate.
http://www.corrour.co.uk/accomodation/overview
almost sane - on 11 Jun 2013
almost sane - on 11 Jun 2013
In reply to iainoman:
Or just rough it a bit more and stay in a bothy...
iainoman - on 11 Jun 2013
I would wild camp, females apparently like something more than bracken as a mattress:-(
almost sane - on 12 Jun 2013
In reply to iainoman: for those who want more then bracken, I suggest an Exped Syn Mat or Down Mat.
Light enough to carry. Warm enough that you can save some weight by carrying a lighter sleeping bag. And pure dead comfy.
Ferret on 12 Jun 2013
In reply to iainoman: try teh castles and cottages site... I have had a nice place off them in Skye - remote, comfy, small - converted barn. Living/kitchen with open fire, bedroom with 4 poster. Beats bracken....
iainoman - on 18 Jun 2013
To all who replied, many thanks for the steer.

I'll let you know how it goes.....
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skyejonah - on 18 Jun 2013
In reply to iainoman: coruisk bothy.skye

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