Founded by Xavier Leclair, Slow Cabins is a Belgian company that allows guests to rent one of three tiny cabins located in secret locations across Belgium.

Slow Cabins helps city dwellers recharging their batteries while staying in a stand-alone self-sufficient ‘silence hut’ to disconnect and rediscover the simplicity of unspoiled nature nearby ‘home’ (less than two hours’ drive from cities).

 Slow Cabins Lets You Rent A Secret Hut In Belgium

Both couples and families can book a cabin. As well as companies that want to organize inspiring meetings in nature. This is possible through an innovative and multifunctional system enabling a sleeping area to turn into an inspiring meeting room.

The fully self-sufficient cabins boast solar panels for electricity, and collected rainwater is filtered to become drinkable. Eco-friendly dry toilets do not require sewerage—all adding up to Slow Cabin’s mission to reduce their environmental impact to zero.

 Slow Cabins Lets You Rent A Secret Hut In Belgium

The interiors have been left as “raw” as possible. Wooden floors and walls keep the cabins rustic, and blonde wooden furniture provides a minimalist, Scandinavian feel. The furnishings are simple, with a wood-burning stove to keep guests warm during the chilly nights.

 Slow Cabins Lets You Rent A Secret Hut In Belgium

To make the experience extra exciting, Slow Cabins does not divulge the exact destination until after booking. Two weeks prior to a reservation, guests learn the exact location and are equipped with insider tips about the area. The ‘Time for two’ couple’s retreat costs from €175 per night, while the family cabin, which sleeps 3-5 people, costs from € 185 per night.