The Best Kept Secret in Off Grid Living
Rent a tiny cabin that doesn’t divulge its exact location in order to help its visitors unplug from the real world. Slow Cabins is a fashionable way to relax in an off grid home. It contains a set of three cabins in the Belgium countryside. They are mobile and contain all the amenities a traveler needs to relax, and as a plus, they are off grid and eco friendly.
“The fully self-sufficient cabins boast solar panels for electricity, and collected rainwater is filtered to become drinkable. Eco-friendly dry toilets do not require sewerage—all adding up to Slow Cabin’s mission to reduce their environmental impact to zero. ”
The founder, Xavier Leclair, is putting an emphasis on taking time to slow down one’s lifestyle in this fast paced world of technology. Once the guest arrives, the home is stocked with a full tank of filtered rainwater and a charged battery to last for several days. A smart display is provided to show your water and energy use, giving you access to view how much consume throughout your stay. This awareness allows you to tailor your energy usage as well as estimate your ecological footprint.
Guests have two models to choose from. The 366 square foot “Time for Two” cabin is designed for couples. The larger, “Time for Family” model can sleep up to five people comfortably. And in the event that one of the previous travelers reveals the location of a cabin, they can be easily moved to another area leaving the secrecy intact.