Oasis' Country House Becomes a Tourist Destination
Recording studio from Oasis in their debut album "Definitely Maybe" in 1994 in Cornwall
The Sawmills - Image Credit The Old Sawmills
Oasis albums can be one of the guides for a generation who became their fans, while filling up the fanfare of a generation of rock music of the 1990s and 2000s era, styled like the tone of The Beatles but seem more macho. Perhaps you've heard some of their work from their albums, say "Champagne Supernova", "Do not Look Back in Anger" is famous and fills up many world charts.
The bands from Manchester, England, rock, Britpop, and alternative rock and formed in 1991 led by Noel and Liam Gallagher pioneered their musical charisma and it seems that a house in the countryside of Cornwall, southern England became an option when they recorded their debut album on year 1994.
The Sawmills, as the name of the house and is considered the only recording studio concept at the time, cited CNN Indonesia, today, the house that has been established since the 11th century has been a recording studio since 1974 for various other musical groups.
The appeal and big name of Oasis as a British music group is able to provide added value better from the side of promotion indirectly, and tourists are increasingly tempted to travel to the region, a quiet countryside atmosphere.
No wonder then a good choice for a musical work, still coupled with beautiful scenery that inspires for anyone who is there.
An interesting illustration in Lonely Planet, its main building overlooking lakes and rivers with vast green fields. It's all a strength for managers to attract tourists to stay, regardless of the schedule of stay need to adjust the recording schedule of other musicians, such as interviews with the management, Ruth Taylor
"The guests who stay here are mostly fans of certain musicians, who have also finished their album here. We received many guests who are fans of Oasis."
This historic home provides seven beds and five bathrooms that can accommodate 15 guests, as well as a room above the attic directly overlooking the lake.
Tourists with a specific fondness for rock music, not arbitrary peoples will gladly choose this country house. You can drive from London to Cornwall by car or train with a journey of about five hours.
Source: Ardita Mustafa - CNN Indonesia, Lonely Planet
Image: The Old Sawmills - theoldsawmills.co.uk