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Mas le Clos Souris

Mas le Clos Souris – near the small village of Fons sur Lussan in the southern French département of Gard – was once an artist’s residence. A Hungarian painter named Joseph lived and worked here in this 16th century farmhouse until his death in 2010. The present owners bought the nigh-ruined property in 2013. Through a renovation process that lasted 5 years, they have transformed it into a unique holiday home in which you can still sense the creative atmosphere. 

Region/Town: FR – France, Département Gard, Fons sur Lussan

Name: Mas le Clos Souris

Scenery: Amidst the wild and authentic environment of Le Garrigue

Accommodation: House

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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On the outskirts of Tabing, a small village near Bavaria’s Chiemsee, the outbuilding of an historic farmhouse has been replaced by modern timber architecture.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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Grams Gård

Meadows and fields surround the Grams Gard farm, situated on a hill in the southern Swedish province of Skane and just a short distance from the Baltic Sea. The 1851 farmhouse with its three wings has been lavishly restored by Swedish-British architects Ia Hjärre and Andy Nettleton. Its modern additions – the new black tin roof with large dormer windows and oak-framed sliding windows on the ground floor – are in perfect harmony with the sober design of the old building.

Region/Town: SE – Sweden, Österlen, Simris

Name: Grams Gård

Scenery: At the top of a small hill on the edge of Simris with panoramic views over the Baltic Sea.

Accommodation: House, 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

Name: Türalihus

Scenery: In the village

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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La Tour Sarrazine

La Tour Sarrazine in the village of Montaren near the southern French renaissance town of Uzès is a medieval tower dating to the 12th century. The building was restored over the course of five years and transformed into a unique B&B, in which combining authenticity and comfort was of the highest priority. New elements are clearly recognisable as such, but have been designed in a neutral mode that doesn’t steal the limelight from the historic building itself.

Region/Town: FR – France, Occitania, Uzès, Montaren

Name: La Tour Sarrazine

Scenery: In the small village of Montaren in southern France

Accommodation: House, B&B

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Odles Lodge: Aussenansicht

Odles Lodge

The Odles Lodge, situated in the middle of the Plose ski and hiking area of South Tyrol on the edge of the Dolomites, is tied closely to nature. The building grows out of the slope and seems almost like it forms part of the landscape. The ground level is constructed of natural stone, the façade of quartered larch logs, and the roof surfaces are planted with greenery.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, South Tyrol, Brixen, Plose

Name: Odles Lodge

Scenery: Surrounded by woods and the peaks of the Dolomites

Accommodation: Apartment

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Gutshof Fredenwalde: Frontalansicht mit Wasser

Gutshof Fredenwalde

Gutshof Fredenwalde is located in the Uckermark, about an hour’s drive from Berlin. This heritage-listed estate is comprised of a baroque manor house, several outbuildings and a six-hectare landscaped park. The old farm buildings have been renovated and converted into holiday apartments. The four maisonette apartments in the former granary are characterised by the construction materials of the period, including fieldstone, brick and larch wood.

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

Name: Gutshof Fredenwalde

Scenery: In a six-hectare landscaped park

Accommodation: Apartment

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SpronkenHouse

Surrounded by mountains and rows of olive and almond trees, SpronkenHouse is situated on a spacious plot of land in the Spanish province of Castellón. Designed by the Dutch artist and sculptor Xander Spronken, the house is a living sculpture constructed of concrete, wood, iron and glass.

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Castellón, Les Useres

Name: SpronkenHouse

Scenery: In the "Spanish Tuscany", surrounded by olive and almond trees

Accommodation: House

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Gut Üselitz

The manor Gut Üselitz is surrounded by the Üselitzer Wiek bay on the southern side of Rügen, just off Germany’s Baltic Sea coast. This romantic island location is the result of the area’s natural restoration in 2011, when the bay – which had been drained in the 1920s – was flooded again.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Poseritz on the island Rügen

Name: Gut Üselitz

Scenery: Surrounded by the Üselitzer Wiek bay

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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