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Benedikta

The Benedikta holiday home in the village of Vadans in the southern part of Vorarlberg is a typical Montafon house. The hostess has converted the building, the former home of her grandmother Benedikta, into a holiday home, thus creating a place that preserves memories and traditions, while at the same time offering space for new uses.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Vorarlberg, Montafon, Vandans

Scenery: In the midst of an idyllic garden with a magnificent view of the Montafon mountains

Accommodation: House

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Loftsuite & Turmloft am Walensee

The Loft Suite and the Tower Loft are two holiday flats in a historic factory building of an old spinning mill on Lake Walen in eastern Switzerland. The former factory halls and warehouses, where cotton yarn was produced until 1996, have been converted into lofts, studios, commercial spaces and a hotel. The holiday flats are affiliated to the hotel and have a similar design: modern and unpretentious with an industrial atmosphere.

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, St. Gallen, Murg am Walensee

Scenery: By the lake with stunning views on the mountain scenery

Accommodation: Apartment

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See in Sicht

At the Scharmützelsee in Brandenburg, a family from Berlin has fulfilled their dream of a lakeside home. The house is used as a second home, and the owners are happy to share it. Therefore, guests also have the pleasure of spending a holiday surrounded by modern architecture in a lush garden right on the water and extensive nature. The building, consisting of two residential units, is situated in an 8,700-square-metre garden with an old tree population. The Z-shaped floor plan allows both living units to have plenty of privacy…

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Brandenburg, Wendisch-Rietz

Scenery: By the lake Scharmützelsee

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Sankt Unterholz

Plenty of nature, few people: In the Uckermark region in north-eastern Germany, you can easily leave everyday life behind. The quiet rural surroundings are ideal for relaxing, yet also for concentrated and creative work. Both are possible at Haus Sankt Unterholz in the village of Kraatz, which is situated in the Uckermark Lakes Nature Park. The former stable on the site of a typical settlement cottage from the 1930s was renovated according to ecological standards and converted into a holiday and seminar house. On 150 square metres and distributed over two levels, the house offers room for 8 to 12 people…

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Brandenburg, Uckermark, Kraatz

Scenery: In a small village amidst the Uckermark Lakes Nature Park

Accommodation: House

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Maison Hiltiti

Minimalist wooden architecture in the Vosges mountains: In the climatic health resort of Gerardmer in the Lorraine, the architects from Atelier Ordinaire have built a wooden house which is the second home of a family of five and can also be rented as a holiday home for up to 16 people or used for workshops. The house is inspired by the simple shapes and materials of the regional farmhouses, but has its own contemporary style…

Region/Town: FR – France, Lorraine, Gerardmer

Scenery: In the heart of the Ballon des Vosges Regional Park

Accommodation: House

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ilse. dein landloft

Staying in the ilse.dein landloft apartment feels like living in the countryside—but with an urban touch! On the island of Rügen, Maike and Ralf Haug converted a historical farmhouse located near the residential town of Putbus and now live in part of the building themselves. They have converted the former stable into a 120-square-metre holiday apartment. Its name reminds of the owner, Ilse, who lived in the farmhouse all her life. Today, Ilse would barely recognise her old barn. Where chickens, pigs and a cow used to be stabled, rooms have been created which are furnished with great attention to detail, creativity and a sense of humour…

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Island of Rügen, Putbus, Nadelitz

Scenery: In the middle of the Southeast Rügen Biosphere Reserve

Accommodation: Apartment

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Chasa Padrun

In the village of Guarda, Switzerland appears as if taken right from the pages of a storybook. The village, situated on a sunny south-facing terrace high above the River Inn in the Canton of Grisons, is the home of the Swiss children’s book classic Schellen-Ursli and is famous for its historical village centre. The winding alleys are lined with well-preserved 17th century Engadine farmhouses. One of these houses is Chasa Padrun, which is situated on the outskirts of the village in a very scenic location with a beautiful view of the valley and mountains from the garden.

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Grisons, Guarda

Scenery: On the southern edge of the village in a very scenic location

Accommodation: House

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Voglen2

A house with a multiper personality: traditional on the outside, extravagant on the inside! An extraordinary mix of styles awaits guests in the Voglen2 holiday home—from Bavarian to Asian! The 17th century farmhouse, situated in a hamlet in the eastern Allgäu region, has been refurbished for three years. The rooms, some of which have low ceilings, with old wooden windows and wooden panelling on the ceilings and walls, have retained their original character. The interior decoration is a wild mix of styles: traditional and modern, rustic and elegant, down to earth and extravagant, straight-lined and playful.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Allgäu, Nesselwang, Voglen

Scenery: In a small hamlet in the eastern Allgäu region

Accommodation: House

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Panoramahaus Usedom

In the Baltic seaside resort of Zinnowitz on the Island of Usedom, a family from Berlin has created a retreat from big-city life. The house is designed as a place of relaxation and inspiration and reflects the hosts’ penchant for architecture, design and art. 

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Usedom, Zinnowitz

Scenery: In the Baltic seaside resort amidst a garden with panoramic views

Accommodation: House

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Kambra

Surrounded by hills, Kambra house is situated in a small Slovenian village not far from the Italian border and the Adriatic coast. Stones characterise not only the karst landscape, but also the building, which from the inside appears to be growing from the rocks. The stone walls and openings and the oak roof structure have been preserved in their original state, while modern elements made of concrete, wood and steel have been added. Opposite the old stable is a concrete cube with some surprising features…

Region/Town: SI – Slovenia, Karst, Pliskovica

Scenery: In the small village

Accommodation: House

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