This Decommissioned Royal Navy Helicopter In Scotland May Be the World’s Most Interesting Hotel

This Decommissioned Royal Navy Helicopter In Scotland May Be the World’s Most Interesting Hotel

There is no shortage of unique hotels in this world. There are themes and unusual locations, there are novelties, and there is a touch of adventure every now and then, if you’re looking for it.

If you happen to be a lover of the unique weekend retreat, and/or a lover of vertical lift, this decommissioned Royal Navy Helicopter will truly be a must-visit for you.

Located in Stirling, Scotland, the tiny hotel doesn’t take the shape of a local castle or farmhouse, as you might expect of the idyllic locale.

Instead, the decommissioned Royal Navy ZA127 Sea King Helicopter has been reimagined as a diminutive inn fit to sleep a group of up to five people. It boasts wood cladding that gives the helicopter a homey feel, in addition to swivel chairs and a table in place of the pilot area. Grandma’s country chopper, if you will. Fetch the tea cozy.

The Helicopter Hotel features a number of unexpected amenities, including a kitchenette and working bathroom. The Sea King also still has its original lighting that’s been preserved and restored to offer a take-off ready exterior appeal.

   
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