The Cotswolds is the largest area of outstanding beauty in England and Wales. Our secluded private farming estate at the edge of a quintessentially Cotswolds village is decorated to the most exacting standards and with great character. Preserving the elegance of an Arts and Craft era with the most modern conveniences in heating and plumbing, our expansive but homely estate with stunning views over the Windrush Valley, comprises a substantial manor house, stable block, formal gardens, kitchen gardens and orchard, cosy cottages, a spacious modernised stone barn, woodland, pastures, and even an old quarry.
Himecho is a traditional machiya style house where you can live in authentic Japanese style!
Himecho is located at the foot of the Yu Road moving walkway with direct access to the Hikage ski area, and is close to Ogama, the spiritual heart of the village. It is a historic machiya-style townhouse, unique in Nozawa Onsen, and accommodates families or groups of up to 12 adults comfortably.
Provence exerts a powerful impulse for us to get away from our daily routine, to get out among olive trees, lavender and vineyards, to wander rocky, herby landscapes that plant you in the earth, and to drink great local wine under the stars. An imposing village home with a panoramic views from every room over Mont Ventoux, as well as the vineyards and orchards of her foothills, our first and original property l’Amiradou in Crillon le Brave comprises six spacious bedrooms, the convenience of an internal lift for those less keen on navigating the stairs, and warm welcoming living areas.
Some of the world’s most spectacular natural beauty (it is no wonder that Peter Jackson chose to film much of the Lord of the Rings here) surrounds our home in Middle Earth. From the emerald rainforests to the dramatic Southern Alps, the views all around us will not fail to enthrall. An award winning four bedroom home with stunning views over Coronet Peak and the Remarkables through to the turquoise blue of Lake Wakatipu, Kumanu is a haven of privacy, peace and tranquility. Interior accents inspired by Art Deco bring an understated elegance to one of our favourite homes - where we find we relax and recharge without fail.