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Jan112012

Breathtakingly beautiful

No words. Honestly I am struck dumb with awe. Do such places exist? After the wonderful images in the last post of YLAB's latest apartment taken by Jordi Canosa with styling by Daniela Cavestany I went to Sr Canosa's website to drink in more inspiration. Then I found this. Albergo della Civita.  Matera, Italy. UNESCO world heritage listed. The hotel is spread over a number of Sassi or caves, simply furnished. Lovingly restored. You can read more here. Breathtakingly beautiful ... photos and hotel.

Reader Comments (12)

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this makes my day a happy day.

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTK

You should definitely take a tour to Cappadocia, Turkey. And you'll see, this is nothing!

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBir Kadın

Ya conocía esta hermosa casa, pero siempre es un placer volver a verla. Abrazos.

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChic & Decó

It is beautiful & I totally agree with Bir Kadin..Cappadocia is just the place to go to experience cave hotels at their best..Its a dreamland..unreal & surreal...it doesn't leave you even long after you are back home! xx meenal

Awsome!!
thx for share!!

Roberto

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRoberto Pujol

wow, completely agree, absolutely breathtaking
x kat

Simple and back to basics, I love it!

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAN ACT OF STYLE

The views are stunning and the natural stone beautiful.

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered Commentersue

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. //Lisbeth

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCreative Living

Unbelievable! I'm putting this on my bucket list!

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSarah Roads

I visited Matera in 2008 (though not this hotel) and the Sassi are unbelievably lovely. The whole little town of Matera is beautiful (and, oh, the gelato!). I'd highly recommend it as a travel spot. Really, Sicily as a whole was amazing, and I think it's too often overlooked by those traveling to Italy.

11 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJanet

Just glorious, we have an old place in Liguria to renovate and these images are so inspiring. I love the simplicity and the restoration even with the history. If these walls could only talk, ciao lisa x

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