A startup called Slow Cabins offers nomads something many crave: isolation and anonymity.
They rent isolated, off-the-grid cabins in out-of-the-way places in Belgium. (This isn't like AirBnB, where the site brokers rental rentals between hosts and guests — Slow Cabins built, owns and maintains the cabins.)
Their cabins are small, solar powered and by default have no internet connectivity. Go here to see all the pictures.
The cabins are rented in three categories: For couples, families and work groups. They feature rainwater collection systems, dry toilets and wood stoves for cooking and heat.
As a feature, they won't even tell you where the cabin is you're renting until you've already made the reservation.
It's not cheap, though. Their cheapest package (for couples) costs around $215 per night, with a minimum stay of two nights. Dinner and breakfast are extra.
Slow Cabins is working on expanding into other European countries.