Peaceful, private, and packed full of incredible design features; what better way to escape the stresses and strains of everyday life this autumn than with a stay at the Vipp Shelter.
First launched in 2017, and now part of an impressive portfolio of Vipp guesthouses, these recently released photographs from the Danish design brand prove that their timeless sense of style never fails to impress, especially when the setting is as beautiful as this.
Contently nestled in its woodland setting and perched on the shore of the mythical Lake Immeln with its own wooden pier, the 55m2 black prefabricated steel pod is found in one of Sweden’s best locations for fishing and canoeing making it the perfect holiday hideaway.
With all the necessities you will need and nothing more, every piece of the Vipp Shelter’s dark-toned interior has been carefully selected to keep the focus on what’s important: the views outside.
That said, if I were a guest, I’d be very happy staying indoors thanks to the welcoming underfloor heating and striking fireplace in the relaxing living room, the cosy dining area with its Vipp Cabin table and chairs, plus a fully equipped Vipp V1 kitchen.
And, just to make you feel truly at home, there’s a coffee machine, bottled water and champagne in the fridge, an outdoor fire ring should weather permit, and when it comes to bathing there’s a sleek walk-in shower, complete with fresh Vipp towels (my favourites) as well as a range of hair and bodycare products from Aèsop too.
For me however, the best experience of all is saved until last thanks to the mezzanine bed loft: a queen size bed tucked away in the roof complete with sky light windows above, so you can end the day staring into the night sky and fall gently asleep to the calming sounds of the trees and lake beyond.
Staying at the Vipp Shelter costs from EUR 1,000.00 for 2 nights, based on a maximum of 2 adults sharing.
To find out more, visit the Vipp website.
All images courtesy of Vipp.
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