THE TRAVEL FILES: A STUNNING GUEST HOUSE IN NEW ZEALAND

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Villa Scrubby Bay is a working farm and luxury holiday escape (suitable for up to 14 people) nestled between the rolling hills of Annandale, New Zealand. In this amazing and isolated location, it would be easy to imagine yourself one of the early pioneers but for the modern comforts to be found in the luxurious cedar-clad beach house. The man behind this unique destination is Mark Palmer, who was born and raised on a New Zealand sheep farm, and has always dreamed of sharing a property like Annandale, which captures what is real and unique about New Zealand. His vision has resulted in a striking harmony between land and architecture, where rugged beauty and ultimate luxury rub shoulders, evoking a strong sense of belonging, providing guests with an authentic setting in which they tailor their own experience and make their own enduring memories.

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Credits & source: images by Simon Devitt. | via Desire To Inspire.

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4 Responses to THE TRAVEL FILES: A STUNNING GUEST HOUSE IN NEW ZEALAND

  1. Truly amazing space! (Using this as an inspiration for my next apartment.)

  2. Nancy Couling

    Beautiful .. but why is the architect not mentioned? These things do not happen just like that!

  3. John Van Vliet

    A place to relax and dream dreams
    A place of peace and quietness
    A place to be alone with God
    A place to contemplate about life

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