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Nestled deep inside the remote territories of the Amazon rainforest this spectacular eco-lodge is a fascinating escape from the daily life. So deep in fact that the only way in is by a 45-minute boat ride. Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica lodge is overlooking the Madre de Dios River and the lust ...
Spread over 4,600 acres just outside Branson, Missouri, Big Cedar Lodge was started by Johnny Morris as a place for his customers to test fishing boats. Today, it’s an extensive complex of lodges, cottages and cabins… and a one-stop-shop for holiday entertainment. The list of retreat activities goes on and ...
Tucked in India’s Parvati valley travelers will find the eco-friendly Himalayan Village; a perfect spot for adventure seekers and those who want to find the ultimate fairytale retreat. The valley offers treks, blooming flower valleys, thick flora and fauna, crystal clear waterfalls, and calming rivers set in the Deodar forest. ...
*The future as it was in the 1960s* Created in the 1960s as a vision of future living, these quirky concrete cottages are certainly unusual. The buildings are examples of the “concrete veil” style of architecture that sought to create cheap, functional and aesthetic houses. The idea was to build ...
Stay in a cottage in a 113 acre holiday resort where serenity and natural environments pervade. It is right next to 4000 acres of forest which you can explore during your generous allocations of leisure time. Each cottage is themed. Choose to stay in the fairy-tale “Treehouse” or the “Music ...
The medieval town of Cley on England’s historic East Coast has a long tradition of welcoming visitors from all over the world. It was once one of the busiest ports in the land. The Cley Windmill was built in the 1700s and remained as a working mill until the early ...
Minimalism meets reclaimed structures in a pretty Japanese harbour. Visionary architects, Yasutaka Yoshimura have based their design for chic holiday cottages on ship’s containers. The containers are stacked on top of each other to create two floors. One end is all glass and the walls are white to reflect light ...