The Tinhous at Glenquiech – a quiet stay

I was lucky enough to book the Tinhous at Glenequiech very last minute on Sunday night. I have four children and therefore don’t stay away very often so decided to grab this opportunity to work away from home for a few days. Not weaving! The loom stayed at home.

Although it felt very much like getting away from it all the Tinhous did have Wifi so I was able to get onto my lap top. I took some lovely videos and photos too. This little house has just the one bedroom with a deliciously comfortable bed. It had an amazing bathroom with a shower and then the kitchen and sitting room were together on the other side of the house. A log burner kept me very toasty the whole time.

Time out at the Tinhous

I was hoping to get out and take photos/videos featuring the new red berry Story Plaids but it didn’t work out. Firstly I have no idea what is going on this year but the trees are all very green! I wanted autumnal leaves and Rowan trees full of berries. Secondly my daughter came to stay (unexpectedly) which meant going out exploring was more difficult. We did have an amazing time inside the Tinhous and I enjoyed snuggling in with her. THIRDLY Storm Babet hit. To be safe we had to drive home early to avoid flooding and trees down across the roads.

The plans I made didn’t work out but Tinhous was amazing regardless. I did take some lovely indoor images/video of the new Story Plaids and had a few cozy, quiet days. I chose the Tinhous independently, this is an endorsement because I thought it was amazing. It is not a paid advertisement! If you need a lovely place to stay, particularly when travelling alone (it is great to find places where you can get away from it all but also feel safe) this is a fabulous choice. Hannah, the owner, checked in with us once or twice. She was helpful (we needed more logs) but gave us space to enjoy our stay too. Here’s a link to book the Tinhous yourself.