In Uruguay we venture deep within the rural countryside to an area of remote forests and lakes to a one hundred hectare resort of mirrored cabins.
In Sweden we visit the Kolarbyn Eco Lodge – a rustic retreat of 12 hobbit like huts that are replicas of those built in this forest by people making charcoal from as far back as the 1800s.
In Norfolk we visit an unusual two hundred year old building, known as Cley Windmill.
In The Netherlands we visit the Harlingen Harbour Crane Hotel.
In Scotland, at the northernmost tip of one of the country’s hardest to reach wildernesses, and with the only surrounding neighbours being the remnants of Stone Age huts, is mainland Britain’s most remote hotel – The Garvault.
In Oman we venture to the Grand Canyon of the Middle East to unearth a luxury hotel hidden in the Al Hajar mountains – the Alila Jabal Akhdar resort.