Located at a 45-minute drive from Warsaw, the cabin advertised as the shelter for bookworms offers no Wi-Fi, but all the more books.
When we would dive deep into a novel or a piece of literature for our research, we can get distracted by the flashing screens of our phones easily. This is why there is no Wi-Fi or reliable phone reception in the cabin located at the village of Adelin in Poland.
The 35 sqm hut recalling the A-frame of classic weekend houses is the joint project of interior designer Marta Puchalska-Kraciuk and her husband, entrepreneur Bartłomiej Kraciukand, in collaboration with Polish architecture studio POLE Architekci. They wanted to create a space where guests can immerse themselves in their current reading without being disturbed or can admire nature in peace and quiet. The collection consisting of several hundreds of books aims to serve the former, while the latter is facilitated by the full-length windows.
The cabin sleeping two is available for rent – check out Slowhop for prices!