The Peerie Neuk was designed and built by Al Whitworth on his croft in the village of Skerray in Sutherland. I had seen Al's first tiny home, which he built for a client in Shetland, a few years ago and decided that I had to have one!
What I love about Al's design is that it is made from completely sustainable materials and is 99.9% plastic free. The only plastic used is a membrane used between the roof sheets and the insulation, which is sheep's wool by the way! It is made with locally sourced timber and quality materials designed to last a lifetime. If you would like to see more of Al and Aurore's work visit their website The Wild Croft.
I also want to provide unique, quality and affordable accommodation for single travellers, couples and families who want to stay in their own place but don't want to rent a place suitable for six or more people for a week at a time. Hopefully, the Peerie Neuk fills that gap and visitors feel like they are staying in a special tiny house with ALL the comforts of home.