What a name. Is it a play on “behemoth” meaning large or monstrous? Is it a portmanteau of “beer” and “moth” referring to a drunk ghost butterfly (maybe that’s why they keep bumping into bulbs)? Whatever the etymology, the reality is a B&B experience you’ll never forget.
Stay in this 1956 service truck converted into a modern living space with vintage furniture. Located on the Inshriach House estate in Aviemore, Scotland, this truck, and its a roll-out canvass covering, has to be seen to be believed. The oak parquet floor was rescued from a Tudor mansion, the Victorian-style bed is massive and there is a wood burner to keep you warm in the Scottish nighttime. If you like, you can even source your own wood for the fire for that extra satisfaction you get from knowing you worked for your heat. There is a load to do in the locality including, yurt-making, bushcraft, mountain biking, fishing, and glorious hikes.