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Travellers who stay at this cozy flat in Scotland take turns running the bookshop downstairs

If you’ve always dreamed of owning your own cozy bookshop in a small Scottish town, you’re in luck. The Open Book is offering its shelves — and upstairs studio — to Airbnb travellers for just $57 a night.

Guests check into The Open Book and pay not only to stay in this quaint part of Scotland, but to also work a 40-hour week in the store below. Working at the bookshop includes opening and closing the store every day, welcoming visitors, stocking books, and creating window displays to get more buyers inside!

The studio upstairs sleeps two people and during your stay, you’ll be provided with a laptop and free WiFi, as well as bicycles to get around town.

Interested in this bookshop holiday/residency experience? Check it out on Airbnb.

Via Web Urbanist

The Open Book, Wigtown Scotland
The Open Book, Wigtown Scotland
The Open Book, Wigtown Scotland
The Open Book, Wigtown Scotland

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