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Chasa Staila

The historic Chasa Staila is situated directly on the village square of Vnà – a small mountain village on a sunny slope in the Lower Engadine, Switzerland. This 300-year-old farmhouse was converted into a hotel and restaurant in 2007/2008 and is now offered as a holiday house or “working home”. An architectural gem, it combines tradition and modernity…

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Graubünden, Engadine, Vnà

Name: Chasa Staila

Scenery: Mountain village hillside in the Alps

Accommodation: House

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Burel Mountain Hotels: Casa das Penhas Douradas & Casa de São Lourenço

Far from the noise and rush of urban life, the Burel Mountain Hotels are set in the midst of Portugal’s Serra da Estrela Natural Park. By the 19th century, the area was already popular with summer visitors thanks to its healthy climate…

Region/Town: PT – Portugal, Manteigas

Name: Burel Mountain Hotels

Scenery: Serra da Estrela, between Portugal's highest mountains

Accommodation: Hotel

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Schmidhuber

On the outskirts of Tabing, a small village near Bavaria’s Chiemsee, the outbuilding of an historic farmhouse has been replaced by modern timber architecture. The new building deliberately sets itself apart from the old farmhouse, but its shape, wooden façade and simple design also refers directly to the surrounding barns.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Chiemgau, Tabing

Name: Schmidhuber

Scenery: On the outskirts of a small village, 3km from the northern shore of Lake Chiemsee.

Accommodation: Apartment

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Obersteinerhof

Idyllic farm life and modern alpine living go hand in hand at the Obersteiner Hof in South Tyrol. In this 600-year-old farmhouse, set in a sunny panoramic position on the Rittner plateau, you can enjoy a holiday amidst nature in apartments with a modern flair. The three holiday apartments each extend over two levels.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, South Tyrol, Bolzano, Klobenstein

Name: Obersteinerhof

Scenery: In a sunny panoramic position on the Rittner high plateau

Accommodation: B&B, Apartment

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Wasserturm Pirach

Wasserturm Pirach is a landmark in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps between the Lake Chiemsee and the Waginger Lake. With a height of almost 30 metres, the water tower presides over the houses of the hamlet of Pirach. Its façade of silver-coloured sheet steel panels, which protects this 1950s-built structure from the elements, makes for a striking visual impact.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Pirach in the Chiemgau

Name: Wasserturm Pirach

Scenery: In the heart of a little hamlet with views over the Alpine peaks

Accommodation: Apartment

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Turmhaus Tirol

Situated in the Tyrolean Alps, Turmhaus Tirol is built into the gradient of a steep mountain slope and reaches up six floors into the sky. The lower three floors are dug into the slope itself and form the concrete foundation for the wooden structure. Flamed larch boards of different widths, some of which overlap, give structure and character to the façade. The windows, arranged according to functions of each room, also liven up the reduced design of the building, with its wide cantilevered saddle roof. 

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Tyrol, The Ziller Valley, Zell am Ziller

Name: Turmhaus Tirol

Scenery: At 1200 metres in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps

Accommodation: House

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Solarferienhaus S3

Solarferienhaus S3 (Solar Holiday Home S3) is proof of how an A-frame house dating to the 1970s can be converted into an innovative energy-plus house that – with its modern architectural language and purist interior design – can also appeal to design aesthetes. Located in a former holiday village in Chiemgau, between the Chiemsee lake and Salzburg, the house produces more energy than it uses. This energy surplus can then be used, for example, to charge an electric car or bicycle.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Chiemgau, Siegsdorf/Vorauf

Name: Solarferienhaus S3

Scenery: Surrounded by the charming hilly landscape of the Chiemgau

Accommodation: House

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Gasthof zum Riesen

Gasthof zum Riesen is a house full of history. Since the 14th century, this former pilgrims’ hostel has stood in the centre of Tarsch, a village in the Vintschgau region of South Tyrol. Over the course of the past centuries, the stone house has been rebuilt and extended several times. A few years ago it was extensively renovated with great attention to detail – and where necessary supplemented with modern additions.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, South Tyrol, Tarsch

Name: Gasthof zum Riesen

Scenery: In the centre of a the village

Accommodation: Hotel

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Can Miret

This holiday home is situated in the north of Mallorca on the edge of the little town of Campanet – in a large garden overlooking the village and the Tramuntana mountains. This traditional Mallorcan building is comprised of an older main wing and a newer extension and offers 300 square metres of space for nine people.

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Mallorca, Campanet

Name: Can Miret

Scenery: On the outskirts of the village in the middle of an idyllic garden with a view of the Tramuntana mountains.

Accommodation: House

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Hotel Gasthof Krone

The traditional Hotel Gasthof Krone is centrally located at the village square of von Hiltisau in the Bregenzerwald. The typical log building from 1838 was originally a courthouse, but has been used as an inn for 170 years. At the beginning of the 2000s, architect Bernardo Bader carefully renovated the building with great respect for its old structure and extendet it with six rooms. What has been added in a modern way is clearly recognisable, but does not form a contrast, but a harmonious addition to the old. The finesse of the local craftsmen can be seen in every detail in the dining rooms and hotel rooms. 

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Vorarlberg, Bregenzerwald, Hittisau

Name: Hotel Gasthof Krone

Scenery: At the village square

Accommodation: Hotel

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