Formerly the base for the Fleet Air Arm, the HMS Owl Air Control Tower embraces its derelict shell to produce an impressive getaway in the Scottish Highlands. The four-story exterior now dons a matte black coating, giving the structure a shadowy presence among the verdant landscape. Although the building has undergone a five-year renovation, it hasn't lost its WWII-era charm. Original Crittall steel windows remain within the exposed brick walls while a collection of antique furnishings and factory-style fixtures compliment the brooding relic. Guests are housed in the top level room where they can enjoy surreal sunsets from the king-size bed. Breakfast is available upon request as well as access to the sitting room.
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