Compilations of places for Slowhop.com
12 UNWORLDLY STAYS FOR TWO
Romantic destinations to add to your travel bucket list
We searched high and low for the coolest little getaways all over the globe just for two. These intimate hideaways provide the perfect escape from the rest of the tumultuous world where you can focus on what actually matters. Again, these are tiny locations for two – who you invite is up to you, but we advise you to choose wisely!
10 INSPIRING KITCHENS AWAY FROM HOME
Where your cooking never tasted this good
Did you ever notice that food always tastes better in someone else’s kitchen? We think so, that’s why we pinned down 10 places all over the world with inspiring kitchens that you can stay where suddenly cooking doesn’t feel like an everyday chore. And let’s be honest, food is always on our minds when we travel. And those who disagree are either lying or they just haven’t had a proper culinary experience...yet.
11 TREEHOUSES FIT FOR NATURE LOVERS
Ideal for families with kids and adults who are kids at heart
Whoever said treehouses are only for children is clearly delusional. You never outgrow the excitement of sleeping high off the ground, suspended in the air, away from earthly matters unless your name is Mr Kill-Joy. But don’t worry, these aren’t the kind of shoddy structures nailed together by an amateur Bob the Builder. Oh no no no, some of these have air conditioning, ovens and even TVs. But for a total nature reset, there are houses without electricity or running water. Whatever your comfort level, you’ll be surrounded by nature’s greatest attractions. You can expect birdsong, rustling leaves and woodland creatures peeking inside to see what the commotion is about.
11 HISTORICAL HIDDEN GEMS
Travel back in time without a DeLorean
If you spent the past year binge-watching period pieces on Netflix like us, you’ll fall in love with these revitalized relics tucked away in various corners of the world. From medieval to Victorian, these properties have been given a second life and are entertaining curious guests once again. You don’t need high marks in history to learn a thing or two about the souls who once walked these halls. The hosts will fill you in on the houses' past, present and future.