Hideouts

How about leaving it all behind for a little while? We have collected some of the most special secret hideouts, in Europe and the rest of the world. Follow us on a trail to places that are romantic, exclusive, or simply just relaxed and authentic.

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Iconic Architecture on The Baltic

Witnessing Seestück Prerow for the first time, it appears like an imposing character from a fable. The reed thatching seemingly grows beyond the roof, covering the gables and side walls, with a rusted steel façade that somehow complements it harmoniously.

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Scheune
A Former Barn Hiding a Modern Loft

Built around 200 years ago, the Scheune never saw any repairs and was left to collapse until 2007 when it was renovated and given a whole new purpose.

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Schwarze Haus
Das schwarze Haus: Uckermark at its best

Designed by Thomas Kröger Architects, Das Schwarze Haus allows weekend travellers to escape the hustle and bustle of Berlin in a home inspired by the region’s historic barns.

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Zumthor: Another Kind of Remote Mountain Living

Made of solid wood, the Zumthor Cabins stretch three floors into the air with huge floor-to-ceiling windows that glow a warm light of inhabitance.

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Gut Üselitz
A Manor Surrounded by Water

With a history dating back to 1553, the former Renaissance Üselitz Manor House offers a space for contemplation like no other.

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Wenefrieda
The New Vorarlberg Building Culture

There are few places on earth like Austria’s Vorarlberg province. Wenefrieda allows you to experience the full power of its landscape.

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Sigurd Larsen
Løvtag: Design In Sync With Nature

Architect Sigurd Larsen on moving trees and designing experiences in sync with nature with the Løvtag cabins, deep in the Danish woods.

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Explore the glory of past times

If you ever caught yourself daydreaming about living in a time that no longer exists, then a stay at the Domaine des Tourelles is the ultimate manifestation of that ideal.