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Les Roulettes de la Serve – Sizzling Gypsy Caravans
'12oct15
Les Roulettes  
de la Serve
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Deep in the rolling hilled wine regions of France, you can find a selection of beautifully restored traditional Gypsy Caravans. These are available for hire and are decorated in four different styles reflecting all kinds of Gypsy Heritage. You can be transported into a lifestyle that hasn’t changed for centuries ...
Accomodation types: Gypsy   Traditional   Trailer
Location: Ouroux  France  West Europe
Hotel Palacio Estoril
'12oct12
Hotel Palacio  
Estoril
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It’s 1930 in Portugal’s Estoril Coast, popular with the rich and famous. A new grand hotel has just been opened. It will become home to Europe’s jetsetters for the next hundred years. Yes, even today it has a dedicated ‘Royal Wing’ for when their most aristocratic guests turn up for ...
Accomodation types: Luxury   Movie
Nespereira Estate – Rustic heaven
'12oct11
Nespereira  
Estate
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The Algarve is one of the most crowded tourist destinations in Europe but this isn’t the Algarve, this is the Nespeira Estate; a secluded hideaway without a drunk Englishman in site. It is still close enough to the gorgeous Alentejo coast so you can enjoy the beautiful beaches that made ...
Accomodation types: Nature
Alila Ubud – Jungle Mansions
'12oct10
Alila  
Ubud
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Forbes Magazine has called this one of the top 20 coolest hotels in the world. The hotel also has the most photographed swimming pool, like, ever. The rooms are thatched huts on the outside and luxurious on the inside and the hotel lies secluded away in a secret location by ...
Accomodation types: Jungle   Luxury   Nature
Travaasa Austin - Eclectic Wellness in Americana
'12oct9
Travaasa  
Austin
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This spa hotel is popular with locals and tourists alike. How about a stay in a Canyon Room? It has huge windows and balconies that overlook forests that explode and roll over the canyons and hills spraying birdsong in the clear morning. The ethos of Travassa is wellness and vibrant ...
Accomodation types: Nature   Spa
Location: Austin  USA  North America
Aspros Potamos – Traditional Greek living
'12oct8
Aspros  
Potamos
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You won’t wake to the sound of your neighbour’s obnoxious music blasting from their in-room ipod dock here. Nor will you hear anyone talking to their friends on their mobile phones. Because it’s all banned. All the annoyances of the modern world are left behind you so you can yourself ...
Accomodation types: Nature   Traditional
Le Sirenuse Hotel – Glamour with nice curtains
'12oct5
Sirenuse  
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This 18th Century villa is still privately owned by the Sersale family who opened their summer house as a hotel in 1951. It was just about the time the Positano region of Italy was growing as a tourist destination thanks, in no small part, to John Steinbeck remarking in a ...
Accomodation types: Luxury   Villa
Location: Positano  Italy  West Europe
Rolling Huts – Rock n Roll n Outdoor Pursuits
'12oct4
Rolling Huts  
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“Rollin’, rollin’, rollin’, keep your wagon rollin” so the song goes, unless, that is, you’re staying in a special rolling hut. In which case, you will want to stay right where you are in Washington’s beautiful Methow Valley. The remarkably versatile wooden units were designed to be an alternative to ...
Accomodation types: Design   Nature
Location: Winthrop  USA  North America
Murtoli - A Figa – Corsican Grandeur
'12oct3
Murtoli  
A Figa
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The A Figa Villa in Corsica was built in the 17th Century and has been wonderfully maintained in that original style. It is the signature property in a portfolio of stunning buildings in beautiful landscapes around the Corsican coast. It houses seven people and is a traditional ‘tall house’ looking ...
Accomodation types: Nature   Traditional   Villa
Location: Sartène  France  West Europe
Desert Cave Hotel – Goin’ underground
'12oct2
Desert Cave  
Hotel
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Coober Pedy is a small mining town in the Australian Outback. Because of the extreme temperatures (40ºC in summer) many inhabitants live in underground houses called ‘dugouts’. In fact, the name, ‘Coober Pedy’ comes from the Aboriginal name for the town, ‘kupa-piti’ which means 'white man's hole'. The area has ...
Accomodation types: Cave   Desert   Underground