Located on the edge of Hampstead Heath and loved by locals, the pub, first mentioned in 1721 started life as a coaching inn with a drinking trough for horses out front. It burnt down in a fire but was rebuilt in 1883 and sat on the route Northwards from London. The name supposedly due to “The Bull” having once been the most northern pub on the road as you left London, so the coachman would shout “The Bull, and last stop”. With the aim of preserving the bar and dining rooms to maintain the feel of the pub, the challenge The DHaus Company faced was co-ordinating the vast array of services one needs to run a modern-day pub and hotel but concealing it within the shell of the 19th century building. Ventilation, beer, wine and dumbwaiters rise up through the building and out though vents that are made to look…

Boasting an auspicious location and carrying an aura of grandeur, villa Arthur is the modern-day equivalent of a nautical mansion of times past. The emotional feel of this home is one of authentic splendor and originality. The main gate of the house opens to a charming yard that leads to the ground floor, which is given entirely to the old-style but fully equipped kitchen and the spacious living and dining room areas. Whitewashed walls combine harmoniously with wooden floors and ceilings but the showstoppers here are the antique and carefully restored pieces of furniture and decorative elements that emanate a warm artisanal feel and are scattered throughout all living quarters. The mid level features the en-suite master and its adjacent en-suite twin bedroom, a small independent kitchen, an office and a living room with access to the outdoor yard. Two more bedrooms, a twin and single, can accommodate guests on…

This Studio is not a place to stay, it is a experience. Located in a small 4 Apartment Building this place offers private pool, private patio with lounge chairs in a lush garden and unique decoration.The studio apartment has a sitting area with built-in benches and a rustic wooden table. The double bed is comfortable with plenty of pillows and blue/grey color touches. You can book it on Airbnb!!! See also :

San Miguel’s 1st completely stoppable guesthouse, MESóN HIDALGO, is a historic home. MESóN HIDALGO has housed travelers, artists, revolutionaries and healers dating back to the time of the battle for Mexico’s Independence. Built in 1693, it was rumored to once have been home to a priest who “healed people and performed miracles,” hence its aforementioned good juju, but today it’s been transformed into three distinctive guest suites and a retail spot, a model that is unlike anything else in the colorful tourist town.The walls still resonate with the creativity and spirit of those inspiring individuals who traveled through and made their fame in San Miguel.Enjoy the tour!!! Photography : Pepe Molina

An elegant apartment located in the historic part of the old town of Saint-Malo,, in a 17th century building, close to restaurants and beaches. Its decor combines classic and modern styles. Designer furniture looks great against a backdrop of sophisticated painted walls. It seems the ideal place to discover or rediscover the city!!! See also :

The Darling is an utterly unique single residence design guest house in the heart of historical Copenhagen. The guest house is curated to feel as a sophisticated home with the best in modern Danish design and contemporary art, resulting in an ambience that is charming, exclusive and sensuous. You can book Darling Hotel here !!!! See also :

Built in 1896, 101 Pitt Street has a longstanding history as the neighborhood hub. Some hundred years and many iterations later, Post House now presents a contemporary take on the neighborhood landmark, still bringing people together, in celebration, over good food and with a few drinks in tow. There are only seven rooms in Post House, but the owners will surround you with maximum attention and give you the highest level of comfort. The interiors are a mix of different styles of the 20th century and are designed in pleasant beige and gray tones with cheerful accents of red, turquoise and blue. You can book it here!!!! See also :

QT Perth opened in August 2018–the last collaboration of Angelo Candelapas, Nic Graham and Indyk Architects under the QT brand. Indyk Architects have designed all guest-rooms, apartments and hallways. On entry into the room, one is aware of the feature bathroom made up of sliding and fixed glass panels allowing an openness to the room itself.The panels glow soft, with feature glass lit cylinders reflecting off mirror sliding doors, within a moody ambiance of black- white veined marble walls. A glimpse through the bathroom opening reveals the rich velvet bedhead, be it mauve in the ‘grape and vine’ palette or golden ochre in the grey and gold palette, or one sees the cockatoos peering out from the black veneered and brass detailed, wallpapered bedheads. The concept behind the fitout is to create a ‘family’ of highly designed and diverse items with variations in colour palette and materials. The room sculptures…

Landscape Lodge is a sanctuary from the speed of life. Built in a small hamlet on the edge of Abondance in the French Alps, it balances outdoor activity with rest and retreat, an anchor for families, a host for friends and an embrace for those just looking to escape. In winter, the lodge is framed by snow-covered mountains and white roofs, with sparkling paths ready for footprints. In the summer, the sun glistens on lakes and peeks through woodland trees, with rolling green fields leading you on endless meanders. Year round, the fresh air and unconfined space provide a sense of peace and endless freedom. See also :

Chalet Orca, brand new for the 2019/20 winter ski season, is part of “Le Mouton à Bascule”, a complex of two prestigious unique chalets. One of the finest new luxury ski chalets in the Alps, this beautiful property offers outstanding spa facilities together with first class service. The chalet is located in Le Fornet at the head of Val d’Isere and is one of the only places in resort to guarantee maximum sunshine all year round. The spacious living area is a great spot for relaxing and reflecting on the days activities whilst looking out through the wide glass windows onto the mountains. Take advantage of the outdoor terrace space and breath in the fresh mountain air or stay inside huddled around the glowing fireplace. = See also :

A simple and clever design for a cabin in Iceland offers a unique experience of the Northern Lights. The motto for the Panorama Glass Lodge states “Where the sky is,” which works as a fitting descriptor for the design of this cozy 248-square-foot vacation cabin. Thanks to the glass panels that wrap around a strategically placed bed, the bright dancing lights of the aurora can be viewed from the most comfortable spot. The rest of the interior includes a full kitchenette, dining table and two chairs, as well as a private bathroom. The cabin is located in Hvalfjörður, Iceland, just a 30-minute drive from Reykjavík, and can only be accessed by car. The area is remote, private, and quiet, making it ideal for viewing the Northern Lights at night, as well as hiking during the day. See also :