It’s safe to say that after almost two weeks of school holidays, I’m dreaming of escaping somewhere remote. And like many parents, I’m sure a couple of nights spent at Vipp’s intimate new guesthouse would do me the world of good.
Set in the heart of Andorra la Vella’s old town, high in the Pyrenees where Spain and France come together, Casa Vipp is the Danish design brand’s seventh unique bolthole, but their first outside Scandinavia.
Created in collaboration with local design consultancy Bau Studio, the traditional stone house would have historically been used to store grains or cattle. Now this lodge-style 100m2 two-storey contemporary home-away-from-home offers a very different kind of hospitality.
Ideally located for accessing outstanding ski slopes in the winter and hiking trails in the summer, Casa Vipp is a space where guests are invited to take their time, encouraged to embrace the solitude, and leave inspired by the sensory experience that surrounds them both inside and out.
On the first floor there’s a fully equipped open plan Vipp kitchen, dining area and living room with traditional fireplace, a guest toilet with practical laundry facilities as well as a small balcony to sit and drink in those spectacular views. Then after ascending the sleek custom-made metal staircase, there’s a cosy bedroom with queen size bed and a large bathroom with a luxurious walk-in shower and freestanding bathtub.
Casa Vipp, Andorra is now open for bookings and costs from EUR 1.750 for 2 nights, based on a maximum of 2 adults sharing. For more information on all the Vipp Guesthouses, visit the Vipp website.
All images courtesy of Vipp, with photography by Irina Boersma.
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