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Ansitz Hohenegg

At Ansitz Hohenegg you can leave everyday life behind you. This former farmstead on a mountain ridge in the Allgäu is surrounded by high spruces on a sunny clearing and promises pure relaxation, thanks simply its solitary location amidst nature. You reach the property on a path that leads uphill through the forest.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Allgäu, Grünenbach

Scenery: Surrounded by high spruces on a sunny clearing

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Casa Sabir

Outside: a lively hustle and bustle. Inside: peace and quiet and the grandeur of bygone eras. Casa Sabir is located on the market square of the small island of Ortigia – the historic centre of the Sicilian city of Syracuse. The 85m2 apartment on the first floor of the house, built at the beginning of the 20th century, boasts a great deal of historical flair. High vaulted ceilings, old cement tiles and walls, which display the traces of the original plastering in different colours, characterise its ambience.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, Sicily, Syracuse, Ortigia

Scenery: Directly at the market place of Ortigia, very close to the sea

Accommodation: Apartment

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Eremo

Holiday home Eremo is perched on a hill above the northern Italian harbour town of Imperia. Situated, as though on a viewing platform, on the edge of a centuries-old pine forest, the house offers an impressive panoramic view over the city and the Ligurian sea. The historic Hermitage – once a religious retreat – has been transformed into a holiday home for two.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, Liguria, Imperia

Scenery: In a breathtaking panoramic position in the hilly landscape with an almost 360°-view on the gulf

Accommodation: House

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Brücke 49 Herberge

With their B&B Brücke 49 in the Swiss mountain village of Vals, Ruth Kramer and Thomas Schacht have won the hearts of design lovers. Now they are offering additional holiday apartments in the neighbouring house. With Brücke 49 Herberge they continue to develop their successful style concept – the fusion of alpine architecture and Scandinavian design.

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Grisons, Vals

Scenery: In the middle of a small mountain village in the Swiss Alps

Accommodation: Apartment

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Alte Schule Brandenburg

Urbanists tired of the city will find peace and relaxation in rural surroundings in the Old School Brandenburg in the northwest of Berlin. This former school dating back to 1920 on the outskirts of the small village of Sechzehneichen has been transformed into a holiday home with two apartments – on a small budget but a wealth of ideas.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Brandenburg, East Prignitz-Ruppin, Sechzehneichen

Scenery: In a small village, surrounded by fields and forest, close to two lakes.

Accommodation: House

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Gut Guntrams Gartenlofts

Like enormous observation towers, garden lofts preside over the orchards and meadows of Gut Guntrams, an organic farm located south of Vienna in the hilly landscape of Bucklige Welt. These angular, solid-wood cubes, with their staggered arrangement in height, …

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Lower Austria, Schwarzau am Steinfeld

Scenery: In front of the organic orchard of the estate

Accommodation: Hotel, B&B

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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

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

Accommodation: Apartment

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Türalihus

The Türalihus is part of a historic ensemble of buildings in the centre of Valendas, Switzerland. This small mountain village on the banks of the Rhine in the Safien Valley is known for its stately town houses. First built in 1485, the Türalihus has been extended multiple times over the centuries – with annexes, additional levels, and the stairwell from which the house derives its name. The house stood empty from 1941 until 2007, when the Swiss “Vacations in a Listed Building” Foundation acquired it from the son of the well-known Swiss architect Rudolf Olgiati and transformed it into the holiday home it is today.

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Grisons, Valendas

Scenery: In the village

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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kleines Vulkaneifelhaus

Kleines Vulkaneifelhaus is a retreat for two in the midst of the unspoilt Eifel landscape in northwestern Rhineland-Palatinate. Situated on a steep slope, this timber house, clad in black charcoal planks, sits atop a plinth of fair-faced concrete.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Schutz

Scenery: South-facing slope overlooking a broad valley in the volcanic Eifel

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

Scenery: Surrounded by the charming hilly landscape of the Chiemgau

Accommodation: House

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