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Endemico Resguardo Silvestre, Mexico

  • Posted by SHFT on January 4, 2012 in Travel
  • If you're looking for an excuse to head south of the border, we may have just found you one. Resting precariously on the rocky cliffs above Valle de Guadalupe on the Baja Peninsula, Endemico Resguardo Silvestre features 20 "EcoLofts" that offer stunning views of the wine country below. Designed with the environment in mind, the 215 sq. ft. huts are built from corten steel, which naturally weathers with age, and elevated from the ground to minimize impact with the soil. To maximize the outdoorsy feel, each features its own clay kiva fireplace. But that's where the camping vibe ends; the 99-acre property also boasts an incredible pool, a winery and a slow food restaurant. At $200+ a night, we'd expect nothing less. 

    (via Aether Blog)





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