A top chef has created what must be one of the most unique stays in the world - by taking the galley from a Boeing 737 aeroplane and converting it into a kitchen.And private chef Andrew Mellon has done it all for less than the budget of a modern flat pack kitchen with the cost to buy and custom fit the whole thing coming in at £3,000.
Describing the tiny off-grid cottage in the coastal town of Banff, as the "most spectacular property in the northeast", Andrew took on the project to convert the 280sq ft site into a holiday let during lockdown.
Having up-cycled the galley with American Airlines' classic bare metal Eagle livery, he's also designed the kitchen to be fully functional and fun to use, including the addition of several custom made stainless steel pieces and a second-hand commercial gas stove.He now plans to rent it out to the holiday market all year round with future plans to combine his private chef experience with renting out the property, which is has named N/ine.Home to the world’s first kitchen made from a repurposed Airline Galley Unit, Andrew explained that he was shocked and delighted to find the 737 Jetliner Galley on eBay for just £149. "I was shocked," Andrew explained. "I thought why has no one done this before anywhere else in the world?Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk