On the flight home from Rome, I read about Inshriach House in the inflight magazine. A mother and son restored an old estate in northern Scotland. It has enough space to sleep 17 people and you can rent the whole place out for weddings and events. But what really caught my eye was this truck that lives on the property.



It’s a firetruck from 1956 that they’ve restored and turned into a guest space — with a tiny kitchen and a wood-burning stove! You can rent it out instead of a hotel room.

Doesn’t it look cozy? I think it would be fun to stay there, but even better, it would be a total dream to create something like this for guests at my own house.


I swear, I can’t get enough of little spaces like this! You too? Here’s a tiny victorian cottage, candy-colored beach huts and mini houses from Texas.

P.S. — I love when airlines produce a great magazine. It feels like such a perk! I always enjoy United’s Hemispheres. And I was impressed with EasyJet’s Traveller, too. Do you have a favorite?