A new book visits all of rural Scotland’s famous bothies – unlocked huts which provide free shelter to travellers. Here are some you’d have to be brave to stay in

There are around 100 bothies in Scotland – stone cottages, left unlocked for use as overnight shelters by travellers in wild places. You might find yourself bunking up with strangers, sharing whisky, a place by the hearth, a ghost story. Or you might be alone in the vast darkness of a remote glen, the firelight flickering from your window the only sign of human life for miles around. These can be beautiful places – but odd, too. Here are three of the strangest:

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Source: The Guardian

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