Mihir Garh in Rajastan, India
This luxurious resort resembles a sand castle. The “Mihir Garh “literally means “the Sun Fortress.” It is made out of wattle, mud and wood. The website has a list of eco policies that asks guests to respect the Earth.
Cradle Mountain Lodge, Tasmania, Australia
The view from this luxurious spa is a collection of King Billy pine trees. Guests can decide between couples’ or family cabins and will be spoiled by the facility’s five-star service. According to the spa’s website, “Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge provides the perfect haven to escape, rejuvenate, indulge and explore.”
Prendiparte B&B, Bologna, Italy
The ancient Prendiparte tower has become a private shelter for those who are fascinated with the things of the past. The tower has twelve floors, all of which can be accessed by guests.
Bokeo Reserve, Laos
This getaway is located directly above a jungle valley. The guests stay in tree houses and use a zip line cable to network through the forest in search of the Black Gibbon, an endangered species of apes.
Saugerties Lighthouse, New York
This historic landmark is located 100 miles north of New York City. In the mid-1990s, the lighthouse was turned into a two-room bed and breakfast. The guests have the opportunity to gather around a toasty coal stove in the winter or enjoy cool river breezes in the summer.