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Located in a remote part of the beautiful Ise-Shima National Park in Japan, Amanemu is a hidden luxury retreat. The resort overlooks Ago Bay, known as the Bay of Pearls, and is surrounded by lush forests and golf courses. The architecture of Amanemu is a true celebration of minimalism. Inspired ...
Imagine waking up in a little tree house perched on top of a baobab tree with sun gently soaking through the curtains. You look out the window and see nothing but the baby-blue water of the mangrove lagoon. Sounds magical? Well, in Les Collines de Niassam, an eco-lodge complex in ...
Looking for a sustainable spot for your next getaway? Want a “green” vacation that you can feel good about? Check out SiloStay! This unique spot is located in Little River, New Zealand, a small town with a population of just over a thousand people. The founders of SiloStay are “going ...
Located just 30 minutes outside of Seattle in Fall City, Washington, TreeHouse Point is a B&B haven for nature lovers. Built in 2005 by Pete Nelson, star of Animal Planet’s “Treehouse Masters,” Treehouse Point offers travelers a unique experience to stay in one of six treehouses in the lush and ...
The Old Smock Mill was originally constructed in the beginning of the 19th century. The aim of the recent renovation was to keep as much of the original workings as possible. Around the first floor runs the newly re-built exterior oak staging, which can be used as a balcony to ...
Amanjiwo, which translates to “peaceful soul”, is perched above the amazing site of Borobudur, the largest Buddhist sanctuary in the world. Located on the most important island of the Indonesian archipelago, Java is the heart of Indonesian culture and commerce. Far removed from the chaos of Jakarta, Amanjiwo can be ...
A trip to in town Buckhead, Atlanta will leave you amazed when you arrive at your very own trio of treehouses. Regardless of whether you are an outdoorsy person or you just want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city living, these treehouses are the perfect escape. ...
Eremito has been called a traveler’s “soulful experience”, one that intentionally downplays modern luxury and instead spoils you with peaceful and unique atmosphere. Visitors can expect monastery-like settings, with fixtures inspired by old monastic cells. It’s austere and yet highly meditative. Total peace awaits you, with no modern urban urgencies. ...
*“Small Versailles of the Ardennes”* This high society mansion was finished in 1910 and for much of the last century was home to the Dresse family who used it to host elegant events including plays by the national theatre of Belgium, hunts, concerts and balls. In 1999 it was sold ...
*Cool, cool water where I rest my head* The peaceful waterways of the Netherlands have long been a popular holiday destination. There is something about calm, fresh water, trees and far-distant grasslands that relaxes the soul. Trouble is, you always have to leave the water and return back to reality ...
Goa is one of the most popular destinations on the globe. Its year-round sunshine, laid back culture and infinite stretches of beach attract people the world over. Now wouldn’t it be nice if you could break-off a piece of this paradise to call your own? Well you can at Elsewhere. ...
‘El Silencio Lodge & Spa is the friendliest, most soul-soothing sanctuary where Costa Rica’s visitors can fully attune to a natural state of bliss’ says owner Karin Zurcher. Her brother, Ronald happens to be one of Costa Rica’s most prominent architects and he built the hotel using wood, bamboo and ...