If the idea of getting away from civilization and spending a few days surrounded by unspoiled nature somewhere remote in Belgium sounds good, then you should consider checking in at Slow Cabins.

Designed as cozy retreats for anyone looking to relax or enhance their focus on work-related projects, these off-grid shelters make use solar panels and filtered rainwater. Wood-burning stoves keep the insulated cabins warm, while a minimally-equipped kitchen, small fridge, and food prep area let you do some cooking. For that purpose, you can also use the outside ceramic BBQ.

Complete with wet bathrooms, eco-textile-made double beds, and large windows for captivating views, the cabins are sized about 40 sqm each. With your stay, the hosts will also throw in a basket of locally-farmed produce and plenty of spring water for drinking.

Book at Slow Cabins $210+/night

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imagePhotos Courtesy of Slow Cabins