With all this time we’ve been spending in our homes lately, we can’t be the only ones craving a change of scenery. It’s just a matter of time before the world goes back to normal again, so here’s a little inspo for your first trip, post iso. Take a look at the world’s best holiday homes, from the Bahamas to the Italian countryside, and start planning your getaway today.
Inspired by Scandinavian design and architecture, The Nooq is a minimalist inside-outside living escape near the slopes of Whitefish Mountain Resort in Montana. The design blends seamlessly into its natural surrounds, with enormous floor to ceiling windows bringing the snowcapped pine trees into the living room.
A stylish and secluded house in the intimate town of Cotignac in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. The property has been lovingly decorated by the interior designer owner and the pool boasts stunning views of the old world town below. Sheltered by the famous Cotignac cliffs, this charming countryside home boasts terraced gardens sloping towards the village below.
Deiá, Mallorca, Spain
Chic Casa Nama in dreamy Deiá overlooks the gardens of the beautifully iconic Belmond La Residencia, so listen out for the soft sounds of their pianist playing of an evening. Spend balmy Mallorcan evenings on one of multiple terraces overlooking the surrounding mountains and sea and revel in the utter serenity of your private abode.
Being a protected building, the outside of the house remains true to its origin, in contrast, the interior is modern with lots of natural light and decorated with neutral colours making for a relaxed setting. Casa Olivi is a luxury villa in every sense, add on options include dinner prepared by a Michelin starred chef, a private wine tasting with their experienced sommeliers or a truffle hunting excursion.
Harbour Island, The Bahamas
A coral pink cottage to match the island’s coral pink sand. This postcard pretty property is situated on one of our very favourite islands in the world. Harbour Island is a bit of a well-kept secret and those who fall in love with it return time and time again. The style of the cottage is Caribbean chic with stripes, rattan and seashells setting the tone.
If the traveller within you is craving more picturesque scenes and stunning properties, take a look at our Wanderlust Windows article taking you to some of the best hotel views around the world.