Converting the once-private residence was more an act of preservation than of transformation. Dreimeta design studio highlighted the structure’s weather-worn imperfections, imbuing the space with an aching elegance. Marked by classical Iberian architecture and traces of Moorish influences, the public spaces, five bedrooms, and freestanding guesthouse feature arched walls and dark-wood beamed ceilings and doors, accented by hammered iron doorknobs and fixtures.
Set along the western coast of Ios just a short walk from the shore, this villa inhabits an enviable spot. Capturing the essence of the island’s spirit in its dazzling white facade and interiors, the home duplicates the traditional local architecture and building techniques with smooth lines and stylish simplicity. The two story layout is bright and simple with a minimalist design and subtle elegance. The ground floor living room and dining areas sit adjacent to the fully equipped kitchen which opens out to additional dining areas shaded by pergolas with views out to sea. Up one level are two double bedrooms that combined with the living room sofa beds, can accommodate up to twelve guests. Restful and peaceful, the rooms open to the fresh sea air and provide unobstructed scenery while immersed in total privacy.
Pink house offers wide opens spaces spread over two floors with a simple contemporary aesthetics, allowing the rural and timeless character of the pre-existing barn to remain. The house accommodates five to seven people. The two bedrooms are located on the ground floor while the living room and kitchen are on the 1st floor, opening up to an upper terrace.
Rua José Medeiros Cogumbreiro 67, caixa 99, 9500-459 Ponta Delgada, Portugal The Pink House
“Malatesta Maison”’s origins go back to 1485, when Malatesta family from Rimini ruled over the territory. Referred as “Malatesta Village” in old documents, the construction had been built as a place for holidays in the countryside; this big maison has been placed on the top of a hill still called “Malatesta”. After a large time during which it has been abandoned, Malatesta recovers its original concept, becoming a rental villa.
Località Montaiate 61045, Pergola PU, Italia Malatesta Maison
Immersed in the countryside of Sicily, Casa Salina is an old rural house 800 completely renovated in respect of the local landscape. The villa has a large garden, infinity pool with salt electrolysis, jacuzzi, private parking, indoor patio with relaxation area, indoor and outdoor dining area, large living room with fireplace, 4K movies with MySky, equipped kitchen, common bathroom and laundry space.
Experience life in a beguiling dwelling, savoring the tradition of Apulian “masseria”, whilst you let yourself be charmed by the “trulli” and lost between the rows of grapevines. A stay not just of relaxation but of authentic experiences: an unforgettable place where the art and culture of the territory, the flavors of oil, wine, cheese, pasta and the unmatchable hospitality of the locals will fill your travel experiences and stay with you forever.
If you enter the newly restored former vicarage in Mödlich, you can feel it immediately: it is a house where the past can be experienced – and at the same time it is a place for enjoying and for finding oneself in the here and now. The monument has been lovingly restored, detailed and as original as possible – and a high-quality and uniquely harmonious interiors have been created that live the luxury of the simple. You can enjoy the unique nature of the Elbtalaue, go cycling, read a good book, share your thoughts, watch birds, enjoy together, maybe even get married – the hosts FrÃ ¥ n Hagen and Volker Warning have created a place to welcome you Welcome. The three differently sized apartments of the total of 13 beds (plus extra beds) offer are mainly individually, but also bookable together – perfect also for family celebrations, holiday with friends, trainings and seminars.