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The 7 most remote cabins you wish to call home >> Open your door to the wild.
April 14, 2016
If you need to escape from your daily grind and a civilized environment, Cabins are portals into the wilderness. Cabin Porn’s new book showcases some of the most amazing and unconventional homes around the world.
Most of us wish secretly to spend the rest of our lives in these little wooden houses away from the urban pollution and its noisy cities. All these following places are as small as simple and lead us back toward the essentials by getting and staying out longer.
1. This small cabin is good enough to rest and revitalize yourself by overlooking an icy lake and some mountains in Kulusuk, south-east of Greenland. The closest town only has a tiny population of 267 people. Fishermen and wildlife seekers will enjoy the richness of the location.
2. A yurt in the wilderness of the forests of Keene, located further north from New York, could be a great weekend escape, away from a big city. A getaway spot that offers quiet and back to roots way of life, with an annual gathering of friends called YurtFest.
3. At first it could be seen as a horror house in this dark place, but this cabin in the middle of the woods is the best place to warm the heart up. Located in Bosnia, it was converted from a water mill by a Serbian painter, who also built a few others along the river in the village of Zelenkovac.