Royal Navy Helicopter transformed into an amazing hotel room in Scotland

July 12, 2017 by  
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Forget fancy tents and swanky treehouses – helicopter glamping is the next big trend in luxury camping . The folks at Helicopter Glamping have converted a decomissioned Royal Navy ZA127 Sea King Helicopter into one very unique hotel room, complete with a bed in the tail and a cozy seating area in the cockpit. Helicopter Glamping preserved many of the copter’s original features while giving the interior a sophisticated, modern touch. Set in the green pastures of Mains Farm in Stirling, Scotland, the helicopter has been insulated properly to ensure that the space stays cool in the summer months and warm in the winter. White wooden paneling covers the walls to enhance the interior space. Extra doors and windows were also added to the body to provide natural light and air circulation. Related: DROP box micro hotel lets you roam the world in nomadic luxury The luxury digs can sleep a family of five, with one lucky “passenger” staying in the single bed located in the copter’s tail. The hotel room has even been equipped with a mini kitchenette with stainless steel countertops and floating wood shelving. However, the highlight of the helicopter hotel is undoubtedly the cockpit, complete with its original flight deck – which has been converted into a cozy seating area with swivel seats and a table made from an old fuel tank cover. The large windshield offers guests beautiful panoramic views of Stirling’s expansive green landscape. + Helicopter Glamping Via Contemporist Images via Helicopter Glamping

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Royal Navy Helicopter transformed into an amazing hotel room in Scotland


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