So it’s an ultra-modern wooden cabin with views over the grand ocean waves by the famous Hirtle’s Beach. It may look like the sort of cube you would find in a toddler’s mouth but inside it is a triumph of eco-sensitive architecture and cutting edge ergonomics. It has caused considerable conversation among the architectural elites of the world and been the subject of student dissertations. It sleeps four so it is perfect for couples or families. When you stay there you may like to enjoy the scenery and do a bit of horse riding or sea-fishing. It is very near the historic port town of Lunenburg. UNESCO have allocated it ‘World Heritage’ status calling it one of the best examples of early British colony in North America. It has many historical attractions and lots of nautically-based museums. There is also a thriving art and film scene with nearby studios where they shoot films. So there is lots to see and do if you fancy a change from the countryside location of the Sliding House. But then again, with views like this, who would want to leave?