Holy Moly! Does it get any better than an idyllic coastal setting, beautiful views of Plougrescant, a cozy spot in north-western France and a charming little house squeezed comfortably between two gigantic boulders? To me, it’s the perfect summer weekend setting with long walks, dipping toes in the water, evenings laying on the grass and counting stars. The house itself was built a whopping 150 years ago between the rocks to protect it from the very high winds and storms that are very common in this area. The best part is that the family who built it still owns it and they even live there. Awesome little gem, don’t you think? xo
P.S: Also, this tree house on Loch Goil in Scotland and this fairytale house in Wales.
P.P.S: Remember this cool office cube?
(via Ebb &Flow. Photos by Joerg A. Shneider, Maloo, Tupeutla, via Viso Terra & Armchair Travelogue)